My point is that I admire Tekno for taking the time, trouble and expense to create separate wheel castings for specific models.
We collectors of 1/43 models have learned to admire Dinky, Corgi, Solido and Marklin from way back when. But all those brands had generic wheels.
Only Tekno made wheel castings unique to the brand of the car model on which they were attached.
So, whether they made a mistake in placing a Ford wheel or a Porsche (or whatever) or made a wheel that never appeared on a 1:1 scale version but identified the model, Tekno is still to be admired for the effort that their contemporary competitors either never seemed to have tried.
ranchero - thanks for your comments. I agree with you 100%. Not many people know a lot about them (well karl-e of course! and a few others here).
Use your favorite on-line translator and take a look at http://www.teknosamleren.dk/teknos-hjul.html - this Danish guy has studied every wheel (hjul) variation. I can google translate some of it - if anyone wants... Absolutely fascinating to us Tekno collectors! Boring for the rest of you?