Needing some wheel specs.

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    You'll want to go to a custom wheel seller and download their measurement form, then measure your car. That'll tell you what offset you'll need to make it fit.

    Going that big, there's too much variance in the cars to really give you a number that's guaranteed to work. You really need to measure and see what will fit under yours.
     
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    120.65 mm is the bolt spacing, 4.75 inches.

    The wheels linked won't fit.

    Their car fit calculator within that link says they don't fit GN's.
     
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    The wheels linked are just an example. If I read the thread correctly the Monte Carlo in the provided link had XXR's. I like that wheel.

    http://www.schwartzperformance.com/1978-1988-g-body-monte-carlo-chassis/
     
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