They look pretty new. I'd take the wheel off and look for markings on the back side. Almost all wheels are branded these days with the brand and wheel size. They may be a touque thrust "D" but I think even some of the new mustangs have a factory wheel that looks pretty simular. If it was me trying to sell them I'd be more concerned with knowing the size, lug spacing, and offset. In hopes they fit a whole bunch of other cars. I've found it's really hard to sell used wheels as most people don't want to pay anywhere near new price and are always concerned they aren't going to fit. I once went to sell a set of wheel and had a guy insist on taking the wheels to a tire shop so he could mount tires and try them on his car. When he decided he didn't like how they looked on his car he thought I should cover half of the tire mounting fees. The tire shop made it easy and wouldn't let the car off the lift till someone payed for the tires and mounting. I guess you can't try tires out and return them. It was a long afternoon and police had to be called but I ended up being payed for the rims after the shop damaged them during the removal. In other words wheels are a hard sell.