Wheel meet again!!

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Hyundai Ionique - if thats how they spell it! :?: :-D
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mickthemaverick wrote:
11 May 2022, 22:18
Hyundai Ionique - if thats how they spell it! :?: :-D
Its the new one the IoniQ 5, but well found. :-D Saw one in the Garden Centre Car park so I'll shove them up on the spotters thread.

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I was lucky there, my initial thought was its a drag reduction type centre plate as they are fitting to newer EVs so I looked at the Corsa, then the Kia and then the Hyundai, it would have been followed by the Germans but not necessary!! :-D
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Just a reminder that in the off topic chat lounge there are over 4,500 threads to collect contributions, so there should never be a lull in the conversation. If there is start a new thread.

So a revival of Mick's "Wheel meet again". Quirky title but its about Wheels.

So here's one from a Bentley spotted today, not one of your stately limousines but Bentley trying to look a bit more sporty.
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1968 Sports car wheel
1968 Sports car wheel
More modern Sports car wheel
More modern Sports car wheel
Sept 1958  4887cc Saloon
Sept 1958 4887cc Saloon
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The first one is from a Lotus, probably Elan. Peg drive wheels with K/O centre nuts.

The second is a Mazda. MRX2?

Third a bit of a guess. Van den Pas Princess R?
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Paul-R wrote:
10 Aug 2022, 19:06
The first one is from a Lotus, probably Elan. Peg drive wheels with K/O centre nuts.

The second is a Mazda. MRX2?

Third a bit of a guess. Van den Pas Princess R?
First is a Lotus Elan the one here viewtopic.php?p=725978#p725978 and also posted in the interiors thread.
The Second also goes in the Open Top Motoring Category, but a slightly raggy example and it is a Mazda...MX5
The Third goes In the I Spy Classic Cars thread...

Couple of minutes and I will lob 2 and 3 up in full on those threads :-D ....done
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Alfa teledial (I'm biased :-D )

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ZX 16v

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Speedline Corse 2013c

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Ronal Urs (geddit?) - must be fun to balance?

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Mid-90's Toyota Celica 3-spoke

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Those Fiat 500's come with some funky wheels

And they fit the Citroen Nemo/Peugeot Bipper, if any of you drive one of those...
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From today's crop of new EV's to the spotting thread. viewtopic.php?p=726660#p726660
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