Dutton Kit Cars and their owners
You're auto correction settings have gone up da wall Dave.
The front pair are skinned up with low profiles, i'll go and check the size but they are good tyres and I have four (back two have no tyres but will take the other two with no problem.
One front has been partly stripped back to bare alloy spokes, the rest are black (badly done, which is why i started stripping them) front are FWD offset like et38 I think. But then they are 15 x 7's
How about just spacing the backs out. They don't need to be expensive spacers, just those universal ones. Then they'd all look the same. It might give the car an interesting 'mean' look.
To much talk about spacers "yuk" :-))
We all know James likes something to fill the gap...
Using FWD offset wheels does have that disadvantage, I was told those rims on the leggie came off a Sierra based Cobra originally, they are 100+, long since gone manufacturer.
Anyway, i'll not fill Daves build thread with more innuendo...
For ours we reshaped the arches to make the wheels a better fit - extending the outside edge downward. Also has effect of widening the arches a bit
Lowering also helps