Steel wheels

Test your steel wheel IQ, sixteenth edition

Our “test your steel wheel IQ” series aims to share our passion for steel wheels and see how good our readers are at recognizing them.

Can you name the make and model that the following wheels come from? In some cases we have blacked out the logo on the center cap because it would have been too easy to guess otherwise. Also, there are several right answers for some of these wheels.

Have fun, and thanks for playing along.

1.
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2.
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3.
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4.
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5.
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6.
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14 thoughts on “Test your steel wheel IQ, sixteenth edition

  1. Here’s my guess:
    1.- Fiat 127 (1978+)
    2.-VW Golf MK II
    3.- Something from Peugeot/Talbot (Horizon, perhaps)
    4.- Some sort of trycicle, I’d say a Piaggio.
    5.- Renault 5, Superfive.
    6.- Looks Ford-ish, let’s say an Escort Mk II (shot in the dark)

  2. 1. First guess would’ve been Skoda 130, but yeah, it’s a Fiat 127 Sport
    2. VW Golf II
    3.
    4. Piaggio Ape?
    5. Renault 5, 2nd gen.
    6. something small from the late 70s

  3. 1) Fiat 127 Sport
    2) Vw golf CL
    3) Peugeot 104 ?
    4) Ape Piaggio
    5) Renault Supercinq
    6) Alfa Romeo Alfasud Ti/ Sprint

  4. 1. Fiat
    2. VW Golf mark 2
    3. Peugeot 205
    4. Ape Car ? Piaggio ? Some kind of Italian 3-wheeled van-like vehicle with a 50cc twostroke engine.
    5. Renault 5
    6. Some kind of English car ?

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