The 18s on these cars are fine. They only look like wagon wheels if you think they do. Lots of people running them. Check out www.lateral-g.net and www.pro-touring.com and you'll see plenty. If you go with 18x8s in the front and 18x9s in the rear you can run 40 series tires (which will minimize the wagon wheel look) and you will sleep at night.Thanks for all the input Guys, much appreciated!! Budnik wheels gave me another option on 17 x 9.5 inch wheels with the flat edge rim. They told me that they would custom cut 2 flat rim edges and reweld and true the wheels for the rear 17 x 9.5 for a small fee of $200 a rim, $400 total for the rear rims!! which would give me that comfort zone.... might be worth the piece of mind!! Also another option is to go 18 inch all around (for about the same price as the reworked 17 x 9.5) which would solve the problem entirely... but i feel that 18 inch in most cases give the car that wagon wheel effect!! somtimes it just does'nt look right on these old cars... but I have seen some I like!! I'd like to hear some opinions if you have them.. thanks a bunch everyone!!!!