I'm confused on if you're selling or giving away, might want to include a price. More importantly...if you're selling include the DOT dates +/- tread depth on the tires. Nice vs mean vs funny vs sad tires means very little.
DOT dates = dates of manufacture. Good for buyers to manage & expectations & also so they aren't slapping em straight on their car with 10+ yr old tires. I assume the spare is the original tire. Your asking price is fairly optimistic but GLWS nonetheless
The other problem is that they are mis-matched all-season tires and not exactly high performance. I have nothing against Pep Boys or Walmart as I sometimes buy from them but, hey, good luck with the sale.
The wheels look nice.
Yeah good luck with that price. Id say half that is fair. For 800 you could easily have your stock beaten up wheels professionally powder coated and they would look even better than these and be more durable.