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For what it's worth (not much) I have a 62 Plymouth. I've got a bigger wheel house than a 66/67, but I have centerline autodrags, 15x8 1/2 with 4 7/8 bs , with 10.5 slicks that barely fit. They need a .300 spacer to work, so basically a 4.5+bs.Pretty much a custom job to get them to fit then. Thanks!
I also have tt2 16x8 with a 4 3/4 bs and a 10" slick that fits fine. The extra 1/2 wheel width and tire width makes a big difference. The tt2s are vn515, I think they are also available in gray, and 15" with the same bs.
I think a 15x8 steelie with 4 1/2 bs would work for you Darrel, but I bet 4 3/4 would be better. If it's too close to the spring, you can always use a quality billet spacer (NOT that cast multi pattern crap).
Too close to the spring is better than too close to the fender.
A 15x7 is always the safer, easier alternative.