|Rim||Name and size||Offset (if known)||Notes|
|Aunger Classic, 5x12"|
|ATS, 4.5x12" or 5x12"(?)|
|Aunger, 5x12"||Or maybe Cheviot 'Jellybean'?|
|Avon Safety Wheel, 4.5x12"||The Avon Safety Wheel avoids the detachment
of a deflated tyre by having a much shallower
central recess within the interior of the wheel.
The recess is so shallow that the tyre is prevented
from twisting, what would allow it to slip over the
edge of the rim, so it is retained. Such a shallow
recess would also prevent the fitment of new tyres,
if it weren't for the inclusion of a deep channel,
allowing the bead of the tyre to enter the channel
to permit fitting. The channel is covered by a metal
band that is tightened around the wheel after the
tyre is fitted but before it is inflated.
|Bachtel, 4.5x12"||Swiss made!|
|Cosmic, 5x12"||Flat outer lip!|
|Cosmic MkIII, 5x12"|
|Cosmic, 5x12"||Not 100% sure wheter they are 'Cosmic'|
|Cricket, 5x12"||Sold exclusivly by Mini-Delta.co.jp
|Dunlop LP928/D1, 5x12"|
|Dunlop LP9??/D1, 5x12"||Much higher offset to fit the BMC ADO16 range!|
|John Brown Wheels
|Copy of the old D1/LP928. John Brown Wheels
is a brand of Midland Wheels
|Delta Mics, 4.5x12"||Two component two piece wheel.
is made of cast alloy, the outer rim/dish is
made of steel. The center is vertical screwed
on from the inside.
|Force Racing, 6 & 6.5x12"||ET10/4||Can be bought here: http://www.Force-Racing.co.uk|
|Force Racing 'Big Dish',
|ET10/4||Uses a 13" center, no tyre well.|
|Maifrini 'mini', 5x12"||Clearly a different wheel to the above
|Innocenti DeTomaso Turbo|
|Leyland Trophy wheels, ?x12"||Official wheel of the late 70's Leyland
Trophy as used on Innocenti DeTomasos
ond Innocenti 120s.
|GKN Silverstone, 5x12"||The same wheels as used in the 1275GT
cup in the 70ies and 80ies.
5x12" Made by GKN
|Gotti '073' (or 'Nouvelle
|Gotti Meca, 5x12"|
|MAG Products 'GT', 6x12"|
|Mamba Replica, 6x12"||This is replica of the 12" Mamba wheel.
Which was originaly 5.5x12" ET23 and of
which 2 gates Wheels only ever made
6 piece before the went down. Now MiniSpares
are selling this repro wheel.
|MAG Products 'Super Light', 5x12"|
|MMAA 'Mk1', 5x12"||MMAA = 'Midland Metallics Auto Accesories
Limited', from Coventry.
|MMAA 'MkII', 5x12"|
|Momo, 5x12||This is branded as a Momo. Also carries the
Austin-Rover logo, so probably from the
|KN Jupiter, 5x12"|
|KN Meteor, ?x12"|
|MG Metro Mk1||ET50|
|Mille Miglia, Type 'Derek', 5x12"|
|Mille Miglia, ?x12"|
|Fondmetal, ?x12"||Note: looks almost like the MG Metro Mk1's
wheel, but valve location differs and outer
rim is flat.
|MiniSport's Moke replica wheels.
Made in China.
|Performance 'Turbo', 6x12"|
|Revolution RFX, 5x12"|
|R&G 'RGF', 5x12"|
|SSR, ?x12"||Either a variation of the 'StarShark'
or 'Mesh' wheel series.
Any info? Please tell! ;-)
|MB Racing, 6x12"|
|Rover NAM6071, 4.5x12"||ET36|
|Rover "Pepperpot", 4.5x12"||Made for Rover by 'Speedline' in Italy.|
|/ACP/Redline (GER), 5x12"|
|Spider-Point, 5x12"||Copy of Cromodora wheel for Fiat Spider,
but in 12" and with 4x4" PCD. Made for
and sold by http://www.spider-point.com.
|Stilauto Grifo 9, 5x12"||ET29|
|T-Speed Type C, 5/6x12"||ET18||Availabe from Thames Garage in Japan.|
|T-Speed Type V, 6x12"||ET-12|
|Valtain, 5x12||ET25||Weights only 3.6kg. From Japan:
|RG 'Type James B', 4.5x12"||ET43||Also refered too as 'Mini Challenge Wheel'.|
|(Unnamed), 7x12"||ET0||Available here:
Trademe New Zealand
Propably the widest 12" wheels.
|Unknown 3...||Fit without flares over 8.4" disc brake|
|Unknown 4... Maybe Cheviot
Hotwire or Aunger!?
|Unknown 9... Any information?
They are 5x12"
|Unknown 14... Any information?
|Unknown 17... Stilauto!?|
|The famous Rover Gullideckel||+250||Especially for Fips!
Note the professional
custom airbrush on center cap!! Too sad
it has a wrong PCD (according to Fips)...