TSW Snetterton's 5x120. Two (2) are 19x8 or 8.5, and two (2) are 19x9.5. The fronts have an offset of +35, and the rears are a +45.
Nitto NT555's. Two are a 245/35/19 (same equivalent to stock for height) and two are 275/30/19 (also same height as stock) These will not throw off the speedometer.
The rear tires are on their way out but should last another season or two - depends on how you drive . The front tires have to be 60-70%. the rears are more like 40-50%
Now onto the condition - The wheels have been used for the last two years. I recently upgraded to VMR710's. I went with wider 285's. My GF was taking the pictures of the wheels and one of the front wheels did a face plant onto a rocky driveway. Needless to say she took pics of three wheels. I took some pics of the one that fell on its face. There is also one rear wheel that has a small hairline crack. I've been quoted 50-75 bucks to weld the crack. I did not know about the crack until I took them off for the new VMR's - so the wheel holds air perfectly and the crack is on the inside of the wheel. It would be smart to have it welded at some point. I can have it done at Weldcraft which is well known for widening and fixing wheels. That is where I got this quote from - picture 39 shows the crack near the bottom of the wheel. One of the front tires also has a small inner sidewall gash on the tire itself. It has not affected the tire while I have been driving it. I have my VMR wheel boxes for shipping.
I would like to get $1000 for them. The wheels alone brand new are $256 each.
Here are some pics before they went into storage