It's 17x7 with a 40mm offset. Which means the offset is only 1.575". This means the wheel has almost no dish to it. I personally think it's going to put the tire outside the body of the car or very close to the inner fender. I don't think they will work. I don't know what price you were going to pay, but I can buy these new from Ford for $160ea.
My Shelby 10 spokes were about a 4.225" offset.
Take your body and put a string with a nut on it, tape it to the top of the wheel arch (on the outside of the body) and hang it down. You will need to have the wheel off the car though, then measure from the string to the mounting surface of the brake drum. Minus the body lip plus you will need 1/4" for clearance. This will be half the distance of the wheel and tire....................you can look at www.tires.com
to come up all of the dimensions of the tire...............do some measuring and you should be close. Of course all of this needs to be at ride height, so when you jack up the car make sure the jack and stands are under the axle. It also depends on if you car is currently lower, or you are going to lower it.
Hope that helps.