American Classic Tire's wide whitewall low profile radial tires are made in the USA. DOT and ECE approved. Smooth clean whitewall tires. Backed by Coker's "Life of the Tread" warranty.
Tire Warranty - Coker Tiers wants you to be pleased with your purchase! Coker tires are guaranteed to be free from defects in workmanship and materials for the life of the tread. Adjustment is made on a prorated basis (you pay for tread wear used). Coker Tires is not responsible for tire and tube failure due to improper mounting, mechanical failure or improper alignment of the vehicle. Coker Tire does not offer any guarantee of fitment for any particular purpose and limits its liability to the purchase price of the item. All tires and tubes should be installed by properly trained individuals. Dimensions for tires listed are not scientifically measured and may vary depending on rim widths and inflation. Warranty returns also require an RMA number.
Coker Tire Company's award-winning American Classic tire is made in the USA and thoroughly tested to ensure superb quality for your collector vehicle. You can trust that American Classic are ready for the road, but they're also ready for the show field with beautiful styling and a whitewall that is built in to the tire from day one. This is a tubeless tire, but keep in mind that tubes are required on some OEM and reproduction wire wheels.
In 1974 Pirelli developed their new ultra low profile P7 tyres Porsche soon took advantage by fitting 205/50 R 15 P7 to the front of the Porsche 930 and these 225/50 ZR 15 to the rear. When Lamborghini moved the Countach on to the 5000 QV model they increased the front tyre size to fit 225/50 – 15 on the front and on the rear 345/35 VR 15 Pirelli P7
Pirelli Collezione Classic TIres. in the early 50s, the world of sports cars was rocked by the introduction of the PIRELLI CINTURATO Tyres. The classic CINTURATO tyre moved boundaries forward as to what could be expected of a tyre as, until then, radial tyres had been invented during the war and patented in 1946 as a way of enhancing the longevity of a tyre. Because the tread of the tyre had separate bracing to the carcass, this allowed the sidewalls to flex, without that flex continuing on to the tread. In that the tread now remained more stably in contact with the road it did not scrub the tread away. The extra added benefit was that in that the tread did not move it also had a better hold on the road and gave considerably enhanced grip.