here is a link to the vendor's web site claiming these are replica CD44
Here is a link to vendor in italy with CD44
What was the original question?
Misslabeld wheel looks like a CD66That first vendor is mislabeling the wheel. The second vendor has an actual wheel, which looks totally different and is a three lug wheel for an Alpine A110.
What were you trying to say? haha. j/k
Misslabeld wheel looks like a CD66
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Pics of first wheel.I can get some pics tomorrow, didn't feel like dealing with the snowy swamp that my yard turned into today.
These all look like variations of the 124 wheel. There are several date codes.
The marks are cast on. Most of them are marked "CD". One is marked "D" only in larger letter height than the "CD" marked wheels.
2 of the CD wheels have a raised "1" on a spoke away from the CD mark.
One of the CD marked wheels has a tiny 124ACxxxx raised number in one of the recessed spots on the mounting face next to the lug hole.
Like the CD3 wheel shown in your picture, all of my wheels have the mounting circle for the SS Fiat hub caps.
See my post above re: BMW 2002tii wheel.See the PPS insignia. That is Fratelli Pedrini Sarezzo. They made wheels for various car manufacturers. If Cromodora made the CD3, then maybe the FPS is a style copy.
Gene, since both of those wheels are marked Cromodora and they are also marked Fiat 13x5, I'd say both of those wheels you just posted are in fact CD3s. Just may be early days and they hadn't yet gotten into the habit of marking everything with CD numbers yet.
Sorry Jeff, intended to get back to you.So Gene, do you have a CD3 wheel available for my friend to buy? If so, what is your price? (Just trying to keep him informed & not leave him hanging)
Yes, thank you. I will forward this message to my friend, as well.I may have a single CD3 in the garage. It will take some digging (if you are not in a hurry), and still has a tire on it, I can make it available. It is oxidized, but could be cleaned up fairly easily. I will get pics up after I find it, and then we can take to private message to negotiate a fair price.
Is that cool?