Central, you're running into the same problem I had recently. That is: How does one know if a given wheel will fit your car, as far as how deep the wheel is on the hub side? Answer: YOU DON'T! And it pisses me off. You can't even tell by trying to peer thru the bag. Forget about buying on line, because it's a total crapshoot. Unless you can go down to your local hobby store and get the guy to open a bag or two for you to check, OR get a recommendation from someone who owns your same car, plan on having some wheels around that you can't use.
I was fortunate enough that my LHS guy had some spare hub-adapters that allowed the wheels I bought from him to work on my car. The wheels were too deep on the hub side, meaning the wheels set further inboard, and interfered with the steering linkage. The hub adapters added some length and pushed the wheels out so they didn't interfere. TEST-FIT WHEELS ON YOUR CAR B4 YOU GLUE UP THE TIRES!!