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Ascona 400 Set Of 4 Wheels


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I know they come in a variety of width fittings but those ones look very narrow, no more than a 195 tyre on there. If that's the case why not use some early Monza or Senator alloys?

The offset is not a problem....we want to look as the original 5 spoke Ronals did

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Monza ones are easy enough to get a scrapped about 6 of them a few months ago, in 6" they have an ofset about 42 from memory and sit very far into the arches. The proper 400 type ones have a far deeper dish and are rare and expensive.

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Monza ones are easy enough to get a scrapped about 6 of them a few months ago, in 6" they have an ofset about 42 from memory and sit very far into the arches. The proper 400 type ones have a far deeper dish and are rare and expensive.

Agreed, but the pic of the Ascona shows a narrow wheel and so that's what i've assumed OPG is after. If he's after the wider ones then he'll have to dig deep into his pockets, but if the narrow ones are ok, then he should be able to over come the offset on a narrow wheels with a spacer?

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Ascona 400 Ronals...£1000 in white......Monza series 1 in silver £100 and £100 to repaint, here's a pic, they look the same?

Monza series 1

Weird... the wheels on the car in that pic are the 14" ones as fitted to the Royales and Senators. Didn't think they ever put 14"s on Monzas!

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