Three-piece, sandwiched centre, welded construction. (Traditional Speedstar style..)
Much rarer than the much more common Advan A3A, and as a result would probably be seen as likely owing a little to Yokohama's version..
..Yet this is not the case.
The Longchamp M-1 was actually introduced before the A3A; both hitting the market in 1979, mere months apart.
I mightn't find it as pretty as the A3A (..that really is one of my absolute favourites..), but it has rarity going for it - the M-1 is as rare as the A3A is common!
Familiar SSR Cap, being the smaller of this cap style's sizes.
Recessed badging, all neatly painted up..
Something a little different from the usual MK-series or Colin-branded SpeedStar wheels!