13" alloy rims

Rim Name and size Offset (if known) Notes
Allycat 'Tornado', 5.5x13" 5.5x13" ET12
Allycat, 7x13" -7
Allycat, 8x13"
Allycat, 8x13"
Allycat, 6x13"
AMT Centra, 6x13"
ATIWE, 7x13" ET20
ATS, 5.5x13"(!?) ET20
ATS, ?x13" Might have a 100mm PCD.
Avanti, ?x13"
Azev Typ-E, 7x13" ET11
Braid Serie 5, Classic Concept, 7.5x13"
BWA, 5.5x13"
BWA, 6.5x13"
BSA Racing 187, ?x13"
Campagnolo, 5.5x13" ET19
Cheviot 'Turbo', 6x13" Made in New Zealand, available in 5",
5.5", 6" up to 7". Not all of them have
a 4x4" PCD, but some.
Compomotive, ??x13"
Compomotive, ?x13"
Compomotive, 6x13" ET24
Compomotive, 7(?)x13"
Compomotive TH 3pc,
5.5-11x13"
Looks very similar to Schmidt TH line.
Centres available in gold, black,
silver, black or pewter grey.
Cosmic RW13, 5.5x13" ET27 (1 1/16") Square cutouts, instead of kidney shaped
ones. Picture taken from 1966 Cosmic
cataloque at
mk1-performance-conversions.co.uk
Cosmic Mk1, 5.5x13" Larger cutouts, vents go down a bit.
Cosmic Mk1, 5.5x13" Ribbed, no 'flat' surface.
Cosmic MkII, 6x13"
Cosmic Ribster, ?x13"
Cosmic? Lega?, 5.5x13" Not entirely sure yet, if available with 4x4"
PCD, but assumed. Made as 5x12" and
3.5&5x10" wheel as well. Note: Not sure of
the actual name, maybe it came from the
italian 'cerchi in lega #x##"' and was assumed
as brand-name...?

Update: Maybe it is a Cosmic wheel!
Any confirmation?
Cobra 'Supaslot', 5.5x13"
Cobra 'Drag Slot T.C.', 7x13" Made for Hillman Imp. Offset might be not
suitable for a Mini. PCD is 4x4".
Cragar 'SS', ?x13" Made in the USA. Production stopped about
2000. Though Cragar Wheels is still in business
with classic 5 spoke wheels with similar
design.
Die-Cal, ?x13"
Dunlop LP92?(?)/D1, ?x13"
John Brown Wheels 'D1', 5.5x13" Copy of the old D1. John Brown Wheels is a
brand of Midland Wheels
Delta Mics, 6x13" ET22
Force Racing, 5.5-8.5x13" Weight: 3.4kg for the 7" wide wheel.
http://www.force-racing.co.uk/
Force Racing 'DSY', 5.5-8.5x13"
Force Racing, 5.5-8.5x13" Second design.
Fondmetal, 5.5x13"
FPS, ?x13"
Furmula Jedi, 6x13" Made exclusively for Formula Jedi single
seater race cars.
'Camille Gotti Design'/OZ?, ?x13" Not sure, wheter they have a 4" PCD,
but assumed.
Gotti 073S, 5.5-10x13" PCD could be ordered from 4x95 to
114.3mm. Not initialy a 4x4" wheel!
Gotti 5T, 5.5-10x13" PCD could be ordered from 4x95 to
120.6mm. Not initialy a 4x4" wheel!
Gotti, 5.5-10x13"
JA Pearce Magna, ?x13" Note: the wheel has multiple PCDs!
From the early 70's.
Jensen, 5.5x13"
KN Jupiter, ?x13"
KN Mercury, 6x13"
Team Dynamics 'Super Tourer',
5.5x13
Team Dynamics, 5.5x13",
"DTM style"
Mawer, 9x13"
MB Racing magnesium, 6x13"
MG Metro Turbo (early), 5.5x13" This is a radial, non-metric wheel.
Featuring 4 small covers for the
wheel nuts.
MG Metro, 5.5x13" There are two versions of this wheel;
one being a metric 'TD' wheel for
Runonflat tyres (R315 160, Denovo
uccesor). These wheels have a large
single cap to cover both center & wheel
nuts.
MG Metro, (5x13") Late MG Metro, fitted 1985-87. Part
number NAM5849. Note: Those wheels
were used on MG Maestros and probably
some other models too. Apparently there
are two versions of that wheel: metric and
non-metric tyre fitment. It's actually
between 12 and 13" (R315x120) at around
12.5" dia.
MAG Product, 5.5x13" Offset probably meant to fit Midget or
Hillman Imp in first instance.
Mamba, 6x13" Not 100% sure if it is a 'real' Mamba yet.
Mamba replica, 7x13" This is a replica Mamba wheel sold by
MiniMania USA.
Mamba 'Solar', 8-9x13" Offset probably meant to fit Midget or
Hillman Imp in first instance.
Maifrini, 5.5x13"
Milano, 8x13"
Momo/Oscam 'Indianapolis',
(6?)x13"
This wheel was apparently sold by both
Momo & Oscam. Though Momo were true
pioneers in 'branding'.
OZ, ?x13"
Performance Wheels 'Spitfire',
5.5x13"
Performance Wheels 'Spitfire', 8x13"
Performance wheels [AU],
'Challenger', 5.5x13"
Replica of the Globe 'Bathurst' wheel. Read
more about it here:
http://www.aus-ford-uk.co.uk/html/wheels.
PLS, ?x13"
PLS Silverstone, 3-10,5x13" Free choice of offset,
http://www.gillet-felgen.de/fe…ller/pls/silverstone.html
PLS 400a, 5.5x13"
Racing Hart, 5.5x13" DEsigneted for local South African market
– dual stud pattern, 4x4” and 4x4.5” i.e. Mini
and Nissan 1400 ½ ton pickup (based on the
old Datsun 120Y) They look similar to the old
Opel Kadett Superboss 15” rim.
Revolution RFX, 6x13"
Revolution RFX, 7x13" ET11
Revolution "Motorsport
edition", 8x13"
Revolution, 10x13"
Revolution split rims, 8x13"
Revolution split rims, 10x13"
Revolution split rims, 11x13"
Revolite, 7x13"
Rebel, ?x13" Not intentionally for Mini use, but available
with 4x4" PCD.
Rial, 5.5x13"
Rota, 5.5x13"
Ronal/Metro Challenge,
6x13"
This was the wheel use for the MG Metro
challenge cars.
Stilauto 'Pentastar', 6x13" ET10
Shelby Viper, 5x13"
TSW, 5.5x13" ET30
Rial Challenge, 7x13" Various Not initially for use with Mini, but available
with 4x4" PCD.
Rimmstock(?), 6x13"
Propably RSL 'Cult', ?x13"
Rimmtech, ?x13"
Schmidt TH Line, 8x13"
(or 9.5x13"?)
-10(?) 3 piece, from 6-10x13"
Check http://www.felge.de
Spectrum Racing, 7x13"
Split Rims, 8x13"
SuperMini, 7x13" ET2/22 Original design. Available from
Sun Motorsport Import Ltd.
Supertrax, 7x13"
Ultralite(??) Superstar, 7x13"
Starmag, 7x13" +6
Compomotive 'Trackstar'/ERA
Turbo, 6x13"
ET15 The wheel used on the ERA Turbo,
made by Compomotive. Exact lettering:
'TRACKSTAR Made in england 6.0Jx13 D1360 ET15'.
Under the centre cap is 'COMPOMOTIVE' cast in.
Beware: later wheels did not have the exact
lettering as above! ERA's were not equipet with
them!
Compomotive(?) 'Trackstar', 6x13 ET22 Seemingly the same as the above ERA wheel,
but shows some differences: no manufacturer
in the centre and ET22. Lettering: 'TRACKSTAR
Made in england 6.0Jx13 ET22*35[38?] D1360[80?]'.
Named "Lux" in Rover
catalogue, 6x13
Seemingly the same as used on the ERA Turbo.
But with different center cap. Believed to be made
by Compomotive as well, resp. they made a bunch
of this wheels for Rover too.
Same wheel as above This one has a different position for the valve!
SSR Speedstar MkII, 7x13" ET11
SSR Speedstar MkIII, 7x13" ET11
VTO 'Retro 4', 5.5x13" From the USA.
Wolfrace, ?x13"
GKN, 5.5x13" Stock wheel for the Triumph Dolomite Sprint,
made by GKN.
Wolfrace, ?x13" Other design...
Wolfrace 'Turbo', 5.5x13"
Western Wheels
Hurricane'/'Cyclone II', ?x13"
Named 'Cyclone II' in the US, 'Cyclone I' had
twice as many spokes. Slotted lugs for multi
PCD use.
Chevron, 12x13"
(yes, 12" wide!)
Magnesium centre.
Unknown 6... Weller?
Unknown 8... Centerline?
Custom-job? Seen in Japan.
Unknown 9...
Unknown 11... Semms neither
Wolfrace nor Performance Wheels.
Found in Portugal.
Rover Metro/100 Series K-Series Metro wheel, so possibly a 3.75" PCD.
Unknown 17... Casting says:
"Alloy Mini Wheel
[unreadable, something
like 'L(?)TB']
Unknown 18... 6x13",
multifit. Fits Ford and Mini
Unknown 20... Anyone can shed
any light? From Australia...
Unknown 21... Anyone can shed
any light? Marked 'German
Engineering' on the inside.
Unknown 22... Any
information on this?
Unknown 23... Any
information on this?
Unknown 26... Any
information on this?
Unknown 27... Any
information on this?
Unknown 28... No information
on this...
Unknown 29... Yet to be
identified...
Unknown 30... Yet to be
identified. From Japan.