The fronts are 15 x 6's (can't remember the exact tire size) and the rears are 15 x 8's. I had a bit of trouble fitting the rears under the fender-wells. I jacked the car up high enough to get clearance, but I actually had to put a bottle jack between the frame and the axle to fit them in. I'm not looking forward to my first flat.
I bought them off of ebay several years ago (back when I believed my painter) and they were supposedly made to fit a '55-'57. I think they cheked the offset clearance, but did not take getting the tire over the drum into consideration. Other than that I love them. All four, wheels and tires, mounted and balanced, delivered from CA to my door in TX for $1300 (shipping included).
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