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I have a co-worker who is interested in buying my wheels. Three are good to very good but not perfect. One has some road rash where it meets the tire.

He knows the true Bullitt wheels are more expensive than the later models but that's what he wants. For some reason I don't think he wants to buy the replicas.

I can't go crazy with him but what would be a fair price?
 

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True new Ford Bullitt wheels are difficult to find, are very expensive and have confusing part numbers.

I bought two from a Ford Racing Parts dealer but had to return the first pair because they were a shade lighter. Ford has done something very foolish with part numbers and casting numbers.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE CORRECT FORD PART NUMBER FOR NEW, ORIGINAL BULLITT WHEELS IS:

3R3Z-1007-CA
 

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$400. That is what Matt sold his regular GT wheels for with worn out tires.
 

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I just bought a set of Bullitt wheels, originals, for $400 with a set of brand new Toyo Proxies on them...

After picking out 4 of the best from 8 wheels, I had a buyer for just the wheels, no tires or center caps at $200.
 
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