For sale are the 18" TRD 5-spoke silver wheels I had on my 2000 Toyota Celica GT-S. Last year, I moved to Enkei RPF-1s in 17. The 18s are shod in original Dunlop Star Specs with an average of 5mm of tread remaining - from 4.7 - 5.6mm across all four.
My life and work have me at home since late 2009. These tires have seen very few miles. A trip to Texas (DDPR) to install and tune the upgrades on the Celica and a bit of driving after. But I wanted to move to as light as I could go and thus the RPF-1s in 17. These have been in storage every since.
These wheels are 18-in. x 7.5-in. (with 42 mm offset, a 5-on-100 mm bolt circle (P.C.D.) and a 54mm center bore) cast alloy wheels designed specifically for Toyotas. The spokes extend outwards quite a ways and thus most you find are curb-rashed beyond belief.
This is a set of three near-pristine wheels and one with some minor indentation from having been placed spokes-down on a concrete driveway. A wider tire can prevent much of this but risks denting the wheels on crappy Illinois roads. These are extremely difficult to find in good, let alone great, condition. And these have centercaps.
The centercaps suffer from UV exposure. They're like old Chrysler headlights and need to be sanded/buffed and treated to get them back to like-new. But new they run $30-$35 each.
Below are pictures form my cellphone. You can see one spoke that can show the damage in one of the pictures. But, IIRC, 3 of the spokes on that wheel have visible damage. Otherwise, these are in fantastic shape. And the rubber should last two summers, easily.
Pictures below. Asking $800 for the set with tires. The wheels in black alone will run you $222 new before shipping, best price.
I apologize for the cell phone pics. But I can take more and work with anyone that's serious. They're in central Illinois. I can be PM'd here.
The Celica itself should be going up for sale soon. But I'm in no hurry there, either it seems. LOL
Don't hesitate to contact me. I'd LOVE to see these get on a ride that will show them off they way I loved to when I had them mounted!