You wouldn’t replace a Holley 850 double pump on a 1968 L88 Corvette with a Rochester 2-barrel, nor should you put just any set of rims on your precious C6. There is a reason GM spends upwards of several years in the design phase before releasing one generation Corvette. This is the same reason why Cray Wheels will not design and manufacture a wheel for anything other than a C4, C5, or C6 Corvette.
You may be envisioning a stuffy warehouse, where only a handful of wheels are churned through a robot per week at $10,000 a piece. However, these high-tolerance rims range from $300 to $650, and are all hand-assembled and available through most high-end wheel shops. Cray believes you should never bite off more than you can chew, and your cruise night competition should be doing most of their chewing with their mouths wide open.