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Cruising down the road Sat. on the way back from lunch and saw a small Gagage Sale sign. There was not much stuff there after all it was 12:30. There was one Ferrari wheel and I asked how much?

Capt Ya-hoo on obvious BowTie lover by the looks of the mile high jacked up Chevy 4x4 says: "tham Mustang Wheeels mumble-40 for tha pair (Iva gots 'nother in the shed."

Off we go to the shed and I repeat "how much?" since for the life of me I could not tell if it was 2, 1 or what in front of the forty? He now says $40.00 without as much muble in front.
Anyway I bought them (1 front 1 rear) an intend to sell em on eBay but don't have any idea what models they fit

Still can not help but chuckle about him calling them Mustang Wheels. Granted they were dirty and I blew over an hour cleaning them up. I still can't believe they sat at a garage sale for over half a day either. The link below--These are the right size but I have to wonder if the Advertised Replicas are real magnesium like these originals. The Ferrari wheels often mention Titainium Vlave Stems - which I kind of presumed while cleaning them up..
Anyway it lists these as fitting 308s anything else you guys can offer in fit variations. I have pics and presume I got them enclosed in this thread.
Thanks for your help in advance

http://www.ferrarilife.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=4593&stc=1&d=1157890293


http://www.ferrarilife.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=4594&stc=1&d=1157888635

http://www.tyresave.co.uk/alloyjag.html


On Rim Face Ferrari
obviously Magnesium Alloy
Ferrari Logo on caps
Front 7 x 16"

Rear 8" x 16"
 

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They look very much like 308/328 wheels. The only thing is I don't remember the lines around the bolts being so pronounced/visible which makes me think they are not factory wheels.
 

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Yep, my 308QV wheels are identical. Too bad it's not a whole set. These are kinda hard to find because people with the early cars that came with 14" or those bizarre metric wheels always upgraded to the 16" wheels for better tire choices. I looked for awhile to find mine (my car had Epsilons) and got a set from Arizona needing to be completely stripped and repainted. Good find there!
 
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