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This isn't a great pic, I need to take some new ones. My car is a 74 GTV 2000. I rebuilt the engine last winter, including 10.4:1 pistons, 10548 euro cams, mild head porting. Engine fan was replaced with an electric in front of the rad. Exhaust is stock 74 2 piece manifold into 2.5" tubing with a Magnaflow muffler. Loud but good! Car still has Spica, I eventually will have Wes Ingram build a hi-perf pump and head. Has Marelli-Plex ignition and dist, and a Shankle "heel&toe" kit on the accelerator linkage. 7x15 wheels, currently with 195/60 Pirelli P6's, but those are due for replacement. Bilsteins all around with short performance springs (may be IAP or Shankle, haven't been able to confirm), I have rebuilt the front suspension with all new joints and bushings. Rear end is next.
 

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Tony,

Do you have any side pictures of your car you can post?

What kinda rims do you have and whats the offset?

I'm running 15x7's 205/60/15 panasports 20mm offset. I been having a lil rubbing issue, i want to drop my car lower, but i dont think i can get away with it because of my 15x7's.

Do you have any problems with yours?

So if you have a side picture post it up.
thanks!
 

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I don't have any side shots of the car that show the wheels, when I get some I'll post one. The rims are "Performance" brand, made in Australia. They're nothing special, a 5 spoke style similar to the Exips sold by IAP, they're not bad looking on a GTV. I'd like to replace them with Panasports at some point (the point when I have the money!), or a set of vintage 6 hole Momo's. I actually found the Momo's I want for the GTV in a fitment for my BMW 2800 CS, so it will have them first!

I'm not sure of the offset, I have a flat I need to get fixed so when I pull it I'll measure. I've looked over the wheels before and I don't recall the offset being marked on them. I've not had any problems with interference with the fenders running 195/60's. I have adjustable upper control arms, and am running about .5 degree of negative camber, which also helps keep the tires clear of the fender lips.
 
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