Run on down and get the 4 wheels (magnums) from Goldfish and put 'em on long enough to get the visual (then bring 'em back)... will give you an idea... Have 4 original 14x7 (I think) Magnums with the rings that could be refurbed... come get 'em. ** Edited to add: Goldfish has 225/70R14s all around and they actually look pretty good. Bluefish has 235/60R15s all around and they look dumb, too much wheel opening showing on all four corners. I like the width, but the look at stock ride height just plain appears (wirty dord) goofy. I have 225/60R15s on the Mach1 which has been lowered an inch on all four corners and looks great. I put the 00 CV tires on Goldfish once to check out 16" wheels on it - those were 225/60R16 Eagle RSAs (Z-rated) and it looked very good. Looking at your car, with the ride height you have now - I'd suggest a 70 profile if you use 14 or 15 inch wheels. 225 is as narrow as I'd go in the front. In the rear, 235, 245, 255, 265 assuming you want the loop potential (then again, you won't drive it so that is probably a moot point)... Have you thought about maybe going to pre-2003 16" CV wheels on it? Opens your selection of salvage yard (cheap) rims and gets you into tire makes and styles that are actually available. Recall Sarah's problem in replacing her rear when she destroyed it.