It's Alfa Romeo Speedline, but so are 15 other wheel types . They're called ASN or LE wheels, since they were installed only on Limited Edition cars (ASN is for Italian Asomething Sportiva Numerata if I recall correctly).So most of the 75s currently still running are on non-original wheels. Am I correct to say that?
By the way, what's the name of the wheel I posted earlier??
Thanks Jim for the info. That explains why it's so confusing on "standard" vs "optional" wheels on various models of 75's.In the UK the TS came with 14x6.5 steel wheels with plastic covers. The flat dish 14x6.5 Speedline alloy was a rarely taken up option, this was also the standard wheel on the early 3.0 V6.
Other versions, the LE got those SZ style fake modular wheels, 14x6.5, the Veloce got 14x6.5 Revolution RFX for TS or 15x7 on the V6 although Alfa UK would supply either wheel as a "cost option" on any 75 so it was common to see a non-Veloce car on Revos of either size or a TS Veloce on 15s which probably explains the poor take up of the Alfa optional Speedlines.
Finally, the last 3 litre cars got 15x6 "telephone dial" wheels.
On the early cars, we only got the 1.8 and 2.5 here. The little ones got 13x5.5 steels with flat plastic hubcaps, the V6 had Speedlines but only 5.5 inches wide. There were Veloce versions of these and I remember seeing a 1.8 one of these on 13 inch Revos(!!) But I'm not too good on the sizing of this one.
The 2.5 auto was a TS as far as the wheels went.