With all the high technology in the automotive world right now, it’s nice to just take a step back and rewind. Which is why old school car projects are a breath of fresh air. Of course, old school cars should roll on old school wheels. This is the reason the Konig Rewind wheel is made.
The Konig Rewind sports an iconic design with eight spokes shaped like bananas. It is lovingly called the banana wheel by some enthusiasts. The Mini Cooper was believed to be the one to wear them first in the sixties. The wheels were then called Miniltes. The design was genius, it saved weight by having cuts behind the spokes so the wheel would look full. Because of this, it was an ideal wheel for racing. Even the Ford Mustang Boss 302 used this wheel in GTAm races.
The banana wheel proved so popular that other wheel manufacturers copied it from the RS Watanabe to Enkei’s Compe rendition with ribs. The Konig Rewind is much closer to the RS Watanabe in design in that it has a deep dish look set in a stepped lip rim. But unlike the Watanabe, the Konig Rewind is easier to find. This wheel style is famous for drifters, racers, and automotive connoisseurs alike.
The Rewind is a classic style wheel with a machined lip. It comes in graphite or silver and has front and rear wheel drive applications. For years this has been a popular choice amount race enthusiast and street enthusiasts alike. This has also become one of the most popular wheels in Nasa’s Spec-E30 class. It is available in 15x7 and 16x7 sizes which make it perfect for old coupes, subcompact sedans, and hatchbacks.
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