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 on: September 18, 2020, 06:00:07 PM 
Started by Rich Grunenwald - Last post by Rich Grunenwald
I have these advertised on CL and FB at $450, but will sell to OVR folks for $300 to avoid the crazies.  Or, maybe to attract my kind of crazy.

In any case, set of wheels for Ford Mustang. 17" diameter, 8" width, 45 mm offset, 5x114.3 bolt pattern.

These were from my 2006 Mustang and are in overall good condition. Some minor nicks and marks, but quite presentable and with some extra cleanup would look even better. Includes center caps.

Might have another set of these in the near future.


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 on: September 17, 2020, 08:30:56 PM 
Started by Rich Grunenwald - Last post by Rich Grunenwald
CORRECTION - This is a 2001 Hyundai Sonata (not that it makes much difference!)

My sister and her husband are selling their 2003 (or it might be 2004) Hyundai Sonata.  I believe it is the GLS 2.7L V6.  All service records. I know the car well as it was Kathy's  Dad's car - a true "Grandpa Car". Only 88,000 miles. Has received excellent maintenance for most of its life.

I say "most of its life" as it was away at college at BGSU with my nephew for two years.  During that time, it received a few dings and scratches, and the antenna broke.  A few interior stains of unknown and perhaps unthinkable origin.

Car has cloth interior, grey exterior, and the usual equipment. Runs and drives great.  Tires at about 7/32" all around. Brakes at 50%.  Car was just serviced at The Northend Wrench and issues are listed below.  Looks good. Does not leak oil or anything. Timing belt was done at 50,000 miles.  No CEL's.

Issues I know about:

  • AC does not work. Might just need an evac / recharge, might need more.
  • Antenna as noted is broken. This was a power antenna and my brother in law snipped off the retractor so the whole unit needs replaced. Get a new manual antenna, or just use your phone and a bluetooth FM adapter.
  • Shocks are getting weak.  Rockauto has them for around $25 to $40 each, or loaded struts for $52 - $90 a piece.
  • IIRC, CD player does not work.
  • Minor rust but not bad at all. Hardly noticeable.

That's about it.  It's a good driver that would make a solid work car for somebody, kid's car (because you know they will trash it), or serve you well as a winter hooptie while you keep your pimpy car in the garage.  I believe he is asking $1,750 and assume he is flexible.

I tried to talk Kathy into getting it for when she stores her S2K this winter, but she gave me "the look".


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 on: September 15, 2020, 07:56:37 PM 
Started by Rich Grunenwald - Last post by Rich Grunenwald
Uniroyal Long Touring all season radial tire, size 205/55-16.

About 2/3 - 3/4 tread. Depth measures 8/32 - 9/32.



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 on: September 15, 2020, 07:32:08 PM 
Started by Rich Grunenwald - Last post by Rich Grunenwald
Updated with photos.

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 on: September 08, 2020, 04:50:37 PM 
Started by Rich Grunenwald - Last post by Rich Grunenwald
SOLD

BFG gForce TA KDW R compound rain tires.   245/40-17.  

2012 date codes but were stored indoors or covered all the time.  

These were mounted on rims, but have never been on the ground.

Reason for selling: Got me some pimpy Hoosier H2O's.

$200?  Best REASONABLE offer?  

Also trade for a set of "Starfish" wheels for a Mustang.







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 on: September 08, 2020, 04:35:17 PM 
Started by Rich Grunenwald - Last post by Rich Grunenwald
will these fit on a Corvette?
Yep. Will even drop them off at your house.

PayPal is rich.grunenwald@gmail.com.

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 on: September 08, 2020, 02:46:03 PM 
Started by Rich Grunenwald - Last post by RyanN
will these fit on a Corvette?

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 on: September 07, 2020, 09:38:16 PM 
Started by Rich Grunenwald - Last post by Rich Grunenwald
These are from Kathy's Y2K S2K which has seen its last winter.  Wheels are OK - not pristine, not bad.  Some minor corrosion.  Tires are probably all around 5/32 to 6/32. IIRC, these are Michelin X-ICE tires.

Front wheels are 16x6.5, rears are 16x7.5.  Bolt pattern is 5x114.3.

Front tires are 205/55-16, rears are 225/50-16

I have no idea what to ask as the market of people that drive their S2000 in the winter is pretty small. Willing to separate wheels and tires.





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 on: September 07, 2020, 07:19:06 PM 
Started by Rich Grunenwald - Last post by Rich Grunenwald
Found'em!

While I've been searching for some lighter wheels for my T4 car, I made the pleasant discovery that the SN95 Mustang "Starfish" style wheels are significantly lighter...and cheap!

I've located  a set I am picking up this week but would like a second set.  Photo below.


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 on: September 07, 2020, 07:15:02 PM 
Started by erickz - Last post by Rich Grunenwald
Erik,

I am glad to hear you are OK.  I was busy with my car when I saw your car come in on the  rollback.   

All the best. 

Rich

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