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      02-19-2014, 09:35 AM   #1
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What are these wheels worth?

what would be a fair price for these set of wheels/tires?
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They should be worth $3000+ but the last set I saw for sale went for less...
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id say around 3000, but honestly... with the market now a days, ill say around 2500...
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id say around 3000, but honestly... with the market now a days, ill say around 2500...
seems like nothing is moving in the for sale section
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seems like nothing is moving in the for sale section
exactly... i never wanted to believe the phrase "your item is only worth what the buyer is willing to pay for" but now it seems true.
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exactly... i never wanted to believe the phrase "your item is only worth what the buyer is willing to pay for" but now it seems true.
really makes me think about my purchase... in the past if i bought somthing and i didnt like it i would just post it for sale and it would be gone in a day or 2 but now items are sitting for months....
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really makes me think about my purchase... in the past if i bought somthing and i didnt like it i would just post it for sale and it would be gone in a day or 2 but now items are sitting for months....
any reason why things are moving so slow?
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any reason why things are moving so slow?
well i come from a e46 m3 where the forum is flooded with parts and they move fast....but i think something that plays a huge part is you can get a e46 m3 for under 20k so the younger crowd can now afford it...the e92 m3 are still well over 40k so the number of people who own them and the owners that actually purchase after market parts is much lower....but it could also have to do with the economy...but thats just my 2 cents
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Thanks everyone for your input. I sold my M3 and now these are up for sale. I want to make sure they are priced well in order to move them. If anyone here is interested send me an offer
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really makes me think about my purchase... in the past if i bought somthing and i didnt like it i would just post it for sale and it would be gone in a day or 2 but now items are sitting for months....
any reason why things are moving so slow?
I think two things are in play.

1- 1/2 of the country is still dealing with winter weather. People in the affected areas wait until spring to purchase and install their mods.

2- The new M3/4 is almost out so some owners are waiting to see how that car performs. It doesn't make sense to modify your car if you think you will sell it soon.
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really makes me think about my purchase... in the past if i bought somthing and i didnt like it i would just post it for sale and it would be gone in a day or 2 but now items are sitting for months....
any reason why things are moving so slow?
I think two things are in play.

1- 1/2 of the country is still dealing with winter weather. People in the affected areas wait until spring to purchase and install their mods.

2- The new M3/4 is almost out so some owners are waiting to see how that car performs. It doesn't make sense to modify your car if you think you will sell it soon.
This^^^^^. Plus as roads get worse, gas mileage becomes more important (especially in a recovering economy) and you see a lot of people downsizing into less expensive cars (look at all the M3s for sale and a lot of the reasons being listed)...people have less ability and desire to spend money on non-necessities.
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