Yep, 4x108, I have a set of spare steelies aswell. Found 2 power steering pumps for sale, now I just need a steering rack + coupe of hoses from a power steering model. The good thing is that parts from a Ford Scorpio bolt straight on, and pretty much all of them had power steering, so I just need to find a wrecked one of those After fitting these, my steering will go from 4 turns lock to lock unassisted to 2.5 turns lock to lock with assistanceso it runs on 4x108? I have extra set of steelies for that.. mondeo ones.
Also, the chassis of the car is in amazingly good condition rust-wise. it's only rusted a bit from a few select areas on the body panels. The only places in the car with rust are: Drivers side rear wheelarch, under the drivers side doorseal and under the boot seal. They all require a bit of welding, but atm they are covered with seals and the plastic wheelarch cover, so they don't blemish the car. I've rustproofed and zinc-coated all of them, so it's not going to spread anytime soon.
I have a more expensive Astrali wheel aswell, that's getting the suede/alcantara treatment.I cant find alcantara anywhere at a reasonable price though, so I just fixed up the POS Formuling for now. It turned out far better than I expected, so I need not hurry with the Astralididn't you make an alcantra wheel or something?
I will get rid of it once the Astrali (in the first photo) is finished. I just need to find old suede or alcantara trousers/jacket to get the fabric from Alcantara is stupid expensive to buy new. Took some new photos of the Formuling, this time after a bit of a cleanup and without a flash. Also bought something I've been meaning to get for a long time, a new windshieldLet me know if you decide to get rid of the Formuling wheel