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Afs Mustang 03 Cobra 18 X 9 Two Wheels Chrome 2003 Fit 95 - 2004 on 2040-parts.com

US $475.00
Location:

Canoga Park, California, US

Canoga Park, California, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:14 Days Return policy details:1. Prior return authorization required. 2. Item must be brand new and as shipped (unused, never mounted on vehicle). 3. Item may be returned for a full refund, less shipping and handling. Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Rim Brand:AFS Wheels Rim Material:Alloy Rim Width:9 Rim Diameter:18 Number of Bolts:5 Bolt Pattern:5x114.3 Rim Structure:One Piece

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ITEM DESCRIPTION:  You are bidding on a set of two brand-new AFS CHROME 03 COBRA STYLE rims no center caps. There is NO RESERVE on this auction. Please note these are NOT blemished wheels.  Please see the picture below..

WHAT THEY WILL FIT:  They will fit the 1994 - 2004 Ford Mustangs.

SIZE AND SPECIFICATIONS:  5-lug (5X4½). We have  2 - 18" x 9", +26mm offset (6.11 backspacing) wheels.

ABOUT THE FINISH:  These beautiful CHROME rims are brand new and have a very shiny Mirror like finish.   This set LOOKS GREAT!   Please note these are not blemished wheels.  These wheels are BEAUTIFUL and would certainly give your Mustang a whole new look.  Bid on these wheels with confidence!

QUALITY:  All AFS wheels are DOT approved!  The rims are structurally sound. We guarantee the rims to be straight, true and not out of round. 

Shipping rate shown is for the continental 48 US states only. For shipping rates to other destinations, please email your zip/postal code for a quote.

Disclaimer: These wheels and not affiliated with BMW Bavarian Motor Works, BMW of North America, Ford Motor Company, or General Motors, in any way or form. The terms "BMW" “Mustang”, “Camaro”, “Corvette”, and/or “TransAm” are used for fitment and descriptive purposes only. “AFSwheels” states that our use of the BMW Bavarian Motor Works and BMW of North America Company's, or Ford Motor Company or General Motor’s trademarked terms in our product descriptions constitute “fair use” and “nominative use” and “AFSwheels” is in no way trying to confuse their products and BMW Bavarian Motor Works nor BMW of North America nor Ford Motor Company, nor General Motors products or their companies.

Thank you for bidding!

03 Cobra S4C
 

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