97 Laser Red Thunderbird LX162k, Stage 2 4.6L 2v N/A | 300 BHP (255 RWHP, 290 RWTQ) | 13.95 @ 97.58 | Build details | Pics at the Lorain Assembly plant 98 Black Mark VIII 160k, stock daily driver 07 Redfire Fusion V6 SEL 178k, for the wife Gone but not forgotten: 96 Mark VIII, 94 Cougar XR7, 93 Mark VIII
TCCoA's resident pilot since 2014 Once you have tasted flight, you will walk the world with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been and there you long to return. -Leonardo da Vinci
No mustang wheels will fit without a hub swap. Personally, I wouldn't spend money on an aftermarket 16" wheel.
I'd have to agree with not wasting money on 16" aftermarket rims. The ONLY reason for that is if you have an almost brand new set of tires on a 16" rim already and you just want to change things up.
I like my 16" sports, painted them black and made them look different. If I had the cash to get a new set of rims they would be 18" rims. That's about as big as I would go cause anything larger would look 'gaudy' and too donk-ish.
1996 TBird LX 4.6
2001 Sable Wagon 3.0 Duratec