Purchased a set of (5) wire wheels from MG magic last year. $595 plus shipping. I am satisfied with the wheels.The only thing I didn’t like was my old tires wouldn’t fit. Had to buy new tires but was able to sell the old tires and baskets for close to the cost of the new tires. Also after mounting them, found that they (tires) would rub on my front fenders so mounted some spacers in the front and everything worked out fine. If you go to the gallery, the last two photos will show the car with the new wire wheels, one close up and then one side view of the car.
When I mounted the wheels, the new tires would rub the front fenders (at the top/inside portion of the fenders) in sharp turns. This was caused by the width and height of the new tires. I went from 175/65R14 to 205/70R14. But as I said earlier it was a simple fix. One inch hard rubber spacers placed on the top of the coil springs. Cost about $95 to install the spacers. I knew I would have to buy new tires for the wheels, but the spacers caught me by suprise. You may not have this problem just won’t know till you have them mounted on your car. The wheels that MG Magic sells are manufactured by McKleen (spelling). Also I was able to use my spinners on the new wheels, didn’t really care for the ones that came with the new wheels.