Can you persuade the owner to remove one so you can determine the offset and lug bolt diameter? Interesting that they are apparently original '60's vintage M-B.
The car is about an hour away from me and i was hoping to get some infos here before deciding what to do. I do not really have time. I will call the seller again tomorrow, problem is the car is at the sellers countryhouse and not in the city where he is living...
It is probably not worth the trouble...
Makes sense- I didn't think M-B was doing anything like that in '68.
I've always thought M-B was weak in designing an appropriate wheel(s) for the 107. I like the look of the hubcaps on some of the early 107's, though they were already quite obsolete. The bundt's are too busy, I'm lukewarm on the 560 wheels, and (heresy, I know) I don't like the pentas at all. Anyone seen anything else that has worked on the 107?
I believe those are either ATS rims for Porsche/VW or a replica thereof
Hallo GlueckAuf, seems you are absolutely right, i just talked to the owner again, he does not know the manufacturer but he calls them "Dino" Wheels, they are copys of wheels used on Ferraris in the 70's, they are on the car since 40years.
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