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Does anybody have a list of all factory available rims for the corsa c/ barina? in Australia there only seems to be 4 choices
steely with hub cap, 14 inch 5 spoke, SRI 7 Spoke, and SRI 5 spoke.

personally i think the 14 inch 5 spoke is clean wish i could find something similar in 16inch
 

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In the UK there was quite a few rims available from new from the 14" steel up to the 17" alloy with a fair amount of choice in style in each size.
Then there are a lot from other model Vauxhalls that will also fit straight on plus all the Irmscher rims.
Here is a few I have had over the years.
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In the UK, the 16" SRi alloy was fitted to the C and I currently have them on my Combo (fitted with 195/45/16 as standard). Mine are (not by me) sprayed pink; they would normally be silver
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The Opel Corsa D was only sold in Aus for a year, so a hard find for you, but those 4-studs fit fine. An ET40 (the C is 44) makes them stick out a little more, but looks good for it and has no handling drawbacks. I had some 16" facelift SRi wheels in repsrayed black with D-size 55 tyres which rubbed a little in certain circs (cheap lowering look!) but no real problems and fitting 45s would give no issues
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I still have the C SXi std 15" with 185/55/15s (all weather tyres)
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and, in Malaga, some Corsa D 15" (ET40 again) with summer tyres
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Ordinarily, these would have 185/65/15s but the seller also had a C and they have correct 55s on them.

Tigra 17" Pentas will work, and 4-stud Meriva. This is an alloys catalogue listed on ebay that I keep a watch on. The last page might interest you. There are also Irmscher alloys that you can look up
 
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