2511 had those wheels on it when purchased by me in 2002. They were all the rage back in the day and many Panteras had them. 

 Like me, I suspect your appreciation for those wheels will greatly diminish after your first session trying to clean around the 40 to 60 bolts - on each wheel - that hold everything together. 

 I quickly found a buyer for them, sold them at a very nice price and replaced them with a set of Pantera east reproduction Campies. 

YMMV

Larry

The Pantera Performance Center of Colorado (owned by Dennis Quella) formerly sold the Etoile wheels; but Etoile is out of business. Pantera Performance Center sells Kinesis wheels now; I've been told that Kinesis services Etoile wheels. So my suggestion would be to contact Dennis Quella.

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