Sadly MGBs and big Triumphs are 4.5"/114.3mm pcd, and Midgets are 4", so I think you are limited to Herald, Vitesse, Spitfire, GT6, MGF, and lots of race cars. Plenty of 13" out there but 15" are rarer.
Rover 200 and 400 are 100mm from their Honda ancestry, but the 214, 220, 416 and 410 are 3.75", as are Rover 100 (but not Metro) and TR7. Confusing, or what? The other thing to look out for is the centre bore. Offset can be dealt with using spacers of course.
what do you want for the rover 100 wheels v8devon? i see most of the rovers are a 14" steel rim so i may look to have the centres swapped in the future but for now just need to get the car rolling so i can start work on it.
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