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Are these the rare turbo wheels?

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If not what are these called?

Craig

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"BMW's optional alloy wheels for the Model 73 and later '02s. These are often referred to as "bottle top" alloys. A 6x13 version was available for the 2002 turbo, although very few turbos are found with them fitted."

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people call the later 3 series wheels 'Bottle Top' I was a bit

confused. Sorry 'bout that, still a newbie here.

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I SURE CAN'T EXPLAIN THAT .

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alloys, especially now that the early style is being reproduced by Mobil Tradition. Did I mention that I have a pair of these in 5.5" width to sell?

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polished. How much are you asking?? I guess I could get them

while I'm waiting to find my tii. I must be nuts.

Craig

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I've one Mahle I'm selling. Let's bundle 'em and sell as a full set.

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If they are 13"x6", then yes they are turbos. If they're the narrower size then are much more common. -J

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Those are ugly, IMHO.

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This is for the 85 535i and I am to lazy to ask that board...

Oh well...

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