The car sits nice and low, but there’s just something not right about how it sports its shoes. I’ve always been of the opinion that before you try chasing a certain look with new wheels one should first play with offset. The right offset and fender gap can really set a car off, be it steelies or even factory metal. The car came with some sexy, if not rough, M-factory Style 23’s. One of my favorite factory wheels ever… This project is plagued by a very limited budget, so my choice for correcting the offset issues are a set of ebay spacers. 20mm, Uhn.