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Are these wheels rare?

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Hi all. I've got a set of Toyota alloys that came off my gen 4. They're wheels similar to what came off an avensis I believe, but don't seem to look identical. When I did my research I can't seem to find anything about them. They're 16 inch and have an OZ mark on the back of them. How common is it to have an OZ stamp on the back of toyota wheels? This is probably a really easy question to someone! 


I mainly just want to know how much they're worth, as I'm looking to sell them to someone, any help appreciated 









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Can't recall seeing those before,maybe they were more for other markets ,some European/US spec cars perhaps.Certainly not a wheel you'd see on UK Gen7's :think: .So you could say in answer to the original question..yes they are rare in that respect. Whether that guides any value though is a bit pot luck.

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26 minutes ago, Sherv said:

Think we have a winner. These are oem Caldina wheels


They're not exactly the same though are they? Theres more of a pattern in the spokes by the looks of it :wacko:

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Those are quite different - flattened surface to the spokes as opposed to a rounded top. When I googled them after first post, a set came up advertised as Gen 7 wheels  https://picclick.co.uk/Toyota-Celica-Gen-7-Mk7-Alloy-Wheels-Set-323195921901.html

That's if they are advertised correctly!


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