I picked up my "Soft 8" black steelies in a nice 16x8 size for a pretty reasonable price.
Tough, cheap, and awesome available weight-carrying ratings.
Pretty ubiquitous wheel --- you see 'em on rock crawlers, pre-runners, and even muscle cars.....the 8-hole design looks visually (at least graphically) similar to the more-expensive aluminum wheels like the Mojave.
Summit racing shows about $75/wheel for the 16x7 size
and the 8 on 6.5 bolt pattern, which matches the original Ford factory e-series wheel dimensions. (Figure a bit more for a 16x8 if you're upsizing to 285 tires.)
(They're interesting, in that it seems like at least 7 or 8 companies sell this same wheel (and with the same name!), they just offer their own plastic (or steel) center caps to brand it uniquely "theirs." I'm sure they all come out of the same factory. Cragar, Pro-Comp, Pacer, etc....)