As mentioned by tuneRboy - they do resemble the wheels from early to mid 80's Dodge cars. Your's even have 40 holes, however, the Dodge wheels don't have any additional indentations around the lug holes as yours do. I can't quite wrap my head around Dodge using Momo as a supplier in the '80's either...Anyone know anything about my momo's?
OK, you caught me on that one. At least the car was anthracite grey I suppose I still could have used a faster, less grainy type of B/W film.Color photography has been around since at least the 1930's.
Admit it, you were just too cheap to buy color film
Yep. And he sold them in 2003 for 2/3 of what I got for the entire car in 1980! But as I said, they were kind of a pain as they were not compatible with tire changing machines and also really needed a good wire brush to keep clean. I do like them better than some of the other mags that were original options for the gtv though.As Nero said, the wheels appear to be Mille Miglias. A nice pic is included in Steve Schaeffer's post very early in this thread:
Michael (now with 6 of them, AND a '74 Spider to go with)
MrTCheck this thread for useful information. It says that they are called "mistrals." In one post mention is made of them being seen on Volvos, too.