Miniature Wheel Types

As the models have changed over the decades, so to have the wheels that were used. Originally all cars had solid metal or plastic wheels with no real design or pattern to them. With the introduction of the Superfast range in 1970 came the first of a range of patterned wheels and in a variety of colours to suit each model.

               
10 Dot Centre Circle   10 Dot Centre Circle - WhiteWhite          
5 Spoke (New)   5 Spoke -Black 5 Spoke - Black-Chrome 5 Spoke - Black-Gold 5 Spoke - Black-Red 5 Spoke - Chrome 5 Spoke - White
    Black Black (Chrome Ring) Black (Gold Ring) Black (Red Ring) Chrome White
5 Spoke Concave Star   5 Spoke Concave Star - ChromeChrome          
6 Spoke   6 Spoke - ChromeChrome 6 Spoke - SmokeSmoke        
6 Spoke Utility   6 spoke utility - chromeChrome          
9 Dot Centre Star   9 Dot Centre StarChrome 9 Dot Centre Star-RedRed 9 Dot Centre Star-YellowYellow      
Chrome Disc with Rubber   Chrome disc with rubber          
Dot Dash   Dot Dash - ChromeChrome          
Dot Dash New   Dot Dash Modified - ChromeChrome Dot Dash Modern - YellowYellow Dot Dash Modern - Dark RedRed Dot Dash Modern - WhiteWhite    
Double 10 Spoke   Double 10 Spoke - ChromeChrome          
Disc 2009 Miniature Wheel - Disc (Chrome)Chrome          
Lace   Lace - ChromeChrome          
Ringed Disc 2009 Ringed Disc - ChromeChrome Miniature Wheel - Disc (Yellow)Yellow Ringed Disc - OrangeOrange      
Tri-Spoke   Tri-Spoke - ChromeChrome