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Hey all you experts, what wheels are these?


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Are they real Alpina's or OZ replicas? how can you tell? To me they look like e21 offset.

Are they 15x6's with a funky offset, or 15x7's? Any obvious signs?

thx

Matt

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to check out from BMW Scene magazine, January issue 01/04 and "BMW Car, November 2003. Both bought at Borders bookstore( a weakness - but they show stuff we never see in USA). One features/pictures the whole CSL line, especially the Batmobiles. The other article features, yet another lucky Swiss guy's car, who owns 1 of 2 Alpina CSLs( series II- total production 57 cars in 1974). These were CSLs redone by Alpina-and it is absolutely beautiful. The articles says that Alpina actually did most of the R and D for all the CSLs for BMW.

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not, but the 15x6s on the front of the 320 I got a few weeks go have the following cast into the center of the wheel between lug bolt holes: Alpina / ET12 6J 15 H2 / K8A4O265 / 3611107 - same on both wheels.

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Hartge and alot of others who sold them under their own name. I know that some Alpina wheels have "Alpina" cast into them- usually near the size + offset info, but some true Alpina wheels have "OZ" cast into them too.

Bret.

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