Okay, okay, they’re not actually Alpina wheels, but if you’re looking for a lot of style on a budget, Rota produces some great looking replica wheels. These are no exception; from even a slight distance most enthusiasts would be hard pressed to tell these apart from the real deal. Get close and the differences are noticeable, but then so is the price. If you’re building a budget replica or just want some class while taking the real wheels off the road for show only, this might just be a great option for you!
Bolt Pattern: 4 x 100
Offset: ET 29
Tires: Not Included
Price: $699 Buy It Now
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Please read entire ad before bidding. (4) ROTA R20 rims, Alpina Style, specifically made for the 1967-1976 BMW 2002 Model (Chassis e10). New in the box, never been installed. Specs 15X6.0, 4X100 P.C.D, et+29mm, 57.1mm Hub Bore. Includes: (4) Rims, (4) Large Silver Center Caps, & (4) Small Black Center Caps. Valve Stem, Lug Nuts, & Tires NOT INCLUDED! Buyer is responsible for confirming fitment.
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Rota has earned a bit of an unfair reputation as cheap wheels. From what I’ve seen, their quality isn’t far off many of the OEM wheels, so I’m not sure where the problem lies – but most of the issues I’ve seen are on more wide-open spoke designs in a much larger size. If you’re concerned, these probably aren’t the best track wheels, but for a daily driver? I’d jump on them for sure – at $700 for brand new in box Alpina-look wheels, that’s a quite reasonable deal!