Am I seeing right?

Discussion in '206/246' started by opus10583, Oct 12, 2007.

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  2. celestialcoop

    celestialcoop Formula Junior
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    I'm no expert, but here's an opinion: Those appear to be Campagnolo Elektron wheels. The Dino Campys are nearly the same, if not identical, in design. Of course, the version for the Fiat is of the 4-bolt variety and may be a different diameter and width. Further, the original 'Elektron' for the Dino had the "Dino" script cast on the rim.
    Here's an excerpt from the Dino Register:

    Quote--"Wheels size 7 1/2 x 14 - wider wheel housings"

    The 7 1/2 inch wide wheels were always Campagnolo "Elektron" , but the factory never called them out by name. The standard wheels they replaced were made by Cromodora - 6 1/2 inch wide. -- End of Quote

    Hope this helps.
  3. dm_n_stuff

    dm_n_stuff Global Moderator
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    Fiat is riding on 13' wheels.

    Saw one at a show recently with 13's.

    Interesting though, no?
  4. mikeyr

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    you are seeing correctly, I had them on my 124 at one time back in the late 70's maybe early 80's. I swapped them for Dino style cromodora's again in 13" size. They were not common but available back then.
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  6. opus10583

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  7. opus10583

    opus10583 Formula 3

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    IIRC, Elektron is the name of magnesium alloys.
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