These are very rare wheels. They are highly prized in Japan and fetch very high prices. The wide, deep offset models are the most expensive. So much so, that Hayashi has remade the widest models. The new ones are $800+ each wheel. the originals are more valuable. With the weak dollar, I figure that most likley, this set will sell and return to Japan. The vintage Japanese wheel market is not for everyone. 7 years ago I bought new SSR MkII's for $1,100. Now a new set will run $1,800+. Used SSR Reverse Meshes 7'' to 9'' wide are selling reqularly at $1,200 a set. I often buy Vintage wheels at $600 a set. I don't want Panasports and sure as Hell will never buy Chinese Knock-offs, even if they are $300 for four. But that is My tastes, My hobby - I'm a wheel whore, and there a bunch of us. To the Japanese Vintage wheel collector the The Sakura/Yayaoi are the holy grail. To eveyone else - They're as weird as Japanese Vintage Wheel Collectors! Here's my collection SSR MkII - 15X7 @ 0 Bought new $1,100 on the Z Adavan A3A Circa 1983 14X6 @6 $600 SSR Formula Star Circa 1980 14X6 @10 $550 Hayashi/Tecno TVR Circa 1979 14X6 @15 $500 on the 510 SSR/Longchamp XR4 Circa 1984 14X6.5 @7 $350 + $600 restoration SSR Bright Star Circa 1985 14X6.5 @7 $900 on the roadster Hayashi Street II Circa 1978 14X6.5 @9 $600 SSR MkI 15X6.5 @7 Circa 1980 $600 Hoshino/Impul D-01 Silhouettes 14X6 @12 Circa 1982 $350 I also have some Non Japanese wheels of note- but that's a different thread.