First,I apologize for my very out-of-place rant last week. I won't go further on that subject. I was barely able to get the Sport Fury out of the garage(the trans slips a lot) but wanted to clean it up and see how the stance and the wheel/tire combo looked. I'm pleased on virtually all counts. Might raise it about an inch in the front. I thought the 3400# S/S springs would have raised the rear a bit more,my clearance is a wee bit tight. I'll know when I drive it. Props-BIG props-to Rally America for some stunning wheels. I had considered Cragar S/S' and Americans,and then found a pic of the Blair's Speed Shop '64 Belvedere with the same wheels,and there was no other choice. Now,I may have to contact RA about a different offset rear wheel. These are their standard 15X8,4-1/4" b.s. pieces;I love the deep look in the back. However... Not much clearance,Clarence. I may have to get some made with 5" back-spacing. Tires are 255-70R15;dimensionally very close to an old slick from way back. Fronts are 205-75R15's. Hoping to get the in-car trans rebuilt within a couple of weeks,and hopefully make the Frankenmuth show. Lot's of nice B-Bodies show up;I'd like to have mine there as well. For the most part,I just want to drive this beauty! Now,BIG props again to Legendary Interiors;the front seats look great,and I plan to redo the entire interior(down the road-wa-a-a-ay down the road) with their stuff. Kudos to A-1 Upholstery in New Lothrop,Michigan for putting the pieces together in fine fashion. Good folks and they do any kind of work. Thanks to the folks here for advice on the wheels and interior questions I had. Rolling soon,I hope-there's plenty of driving season left here in the Lower Great White North.