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Firestone 560-15 1 Inch Whitewall. A perfect front runner for early 1960s styled hot rods. A classic 1-inch whitewall tire with the iconic Firestone pie crust styling and authentic thread design. Cars featuring Firestone 560-15 1 Inch Whitewall - Check price and availability on Amazon.com.
Firestone 560-15 2 3/4 Inch Whitewall. A classic tire with a 2 3/4 inch whitewall, the iconic Firestone pie crust styling and authentic thread design. The perfect front runner for late 1940s and 1950s styled hot rods. Cars featuring Firestone 560-15 2 3/4 Inch whitewall tires - Check price and availability on Amazon.com.
BF Goodrich 640-15 3 Inch Whitewall. A classic tire with a 1960s tread design. Made in the USA, these tires feature a smooth wide whitewall that has all the stampings and lettering in the black portion of the sidewall. More info and photos of cars with these tires - Check price and availability on Amazon.com.
American Classic 670R15 2 3/4 Inch Whitewall Tires. Coker Tire's award-winning American Classic Bias Look Radial is a popular tire for hot rodders all around the world. It comes in many sizes and with a whitewall that is available from 2 to 3 1/4 inch widths. Cars featuring American Classic 670R15 2 3/4 Inch whitewall ires - Check price and availability on Amazon.com.
Firestone 670-15 3 1/4 Inch Whitewall. A wide 3 1/4 inch whitewall, the widest whitewall available for Firestone 6.70-15 tires. The original Firestone Zig Zag Tread design gives it an older appearance, making it very popular for 1930s and 1940s styled hot rods and customs. Cars featuring Firestone 670-15 3 1/4 Inch Whitewall tires - Check price and availability on Amazon.com.
Firestone 710-15 3 1/4 Inch Whitewall Tires are a good fit for hot rods, custom cars, and classics. The characteristic Firestone tire is very popular for 1930s and 1940s American automobiles. When it comes to hot rods and customs it is the most popular wheel for 1930s - 1950s styled cars. This tire can easily be ordered from Amazon.com - Click here to check price and availability.
John Gates' 1915 Ford Model T Roadster of Grants Pass, Oregon. Marcus Edell bought the old hot rod in 2014 and installed Firestone 560-15 1 Inch Whitewall tires up front. A pair of 8.00-15 Towel City slicks found their way to the back. A perfect combination for this 1960s survivor. More cars featuring Firestone 560-15 1 Inch Whitewall tires - Check price and availability on these tires on Amazon.com.
Jim Russell's 1928 Ford Model A roadster of Salinas, California. Originally built in 1958, the car ran chromed vintage steel wheels with Firestone 560-15 1 Inch Whitewall tires up front when Marcus Edell owned it in 2019. Marcus ran cheater slicks in the rear of the car. More cars featuring Firestone 560-15 1 Inch Whitewall tires - Check price and availability on these tires on Amazon.com.
Firestone 560-15 1 Inch Whitewall Tires up front. Pie crust slicks in the back. Big and Little. A perfect combo on Jim Cooper's 1931 Ford Model A Roadster. Add four vintage Astro wheels, and we have a winning formula for a heavily chromed 1960s show rod. More cars featuring Firestone 560-15 1 Inch Whitewall tires - Check price and availability on these tires on Amazon.com.
The Juxtapod is a Swedish show rod built by Mattias Andersson at LeBeef Kustom Metal Works for Johan Belin and Ludvig Löfgren. Built in a 1960s style, the car was dressed up with Firestone 560-15 2 3/4 Inch Whitewall tires up front and Firestone 710-15 3 1/4 Inch Whitewall Tires in the back. Wide whites for a 1960s styled car, but it works well and it gives the build a late 1950s show car vibe. Check price and availability on the same tires on Amazon.com: Firestone 560-15 2 3/4 Inch Whitewall Tires - Firestone 710-15 3 1/4 Inch Whitewall Tires.
Eddie Dye's 1929 Ford Model A Roadster. Restyled by the Ayala Brothers at Gil's Auto Body Works, the build was completed in 1951. The car was later restored by Circle City Hot Rods for Tom Bobowski. The restoration was completed in 2018, and this iteration of the car received Firestone 560-15 2 3/4 Inch Whitewall tires up front, and Firestone 710-15 3 1/4 Inch Whitewall Tires in the rear. Check price and availability on the same tires on Amazon.com: Firestone 560-15 2 3/4 Inch Whitewall Tires - Firestone 710-15 3 1/4 Inch Whitewall Tires. Photo courtesy of Howard Gribble.
Richard James is running American Classic 670R15 Bias Look Radials with a 2 3/4 inch whitewall on his 1941 Ford Business Coupe. In September of 2020, he had been driving them for a couple of years without anyone noticing that they are radials. According to Richard, they transform the handling and grip, but they also make the steering heavy. More cars featuring American Classic 670R15 2 3/4 Inch whitewall tires - Check price and availability on these tires on Amazon.com.
Tobias Binsch is running American Classic 670R15 Bias Look Radials with a 2 3/4 inch whitewall on his 1952 Chevrolet Sport Coupe. According to Tobias, normal radial tires destroy the look of an early 1950s custom. "It just looks wrong. But, the bias look radials are a great choice if you want the best of both worlds. Had the American Classic Bias look radials on my Merc and now on my Chevy coupe and they ride much better than the old bias." More cars featuring American Classic 670R15 2 3/4 Inch whitewall tires - Check price and availability on these tires on Amazon.com.
Justin Lawley's 1947 Ford Coupe of Napa, California. Lawley is a member of the Squires of Napa car club. Featuring work by the Menges Twin's Speed Shop, the build was completed early in 2019. It was dressed up with Lyon hubcaps and Firestone 670-15 3 1/4 Inch Whitewall tires. Check price and availability on the same tires on Amazon.com.
Dan Toresbo's 1954 Chevrolet 210 of Hedemora, Sweden. Alex Claesson started restyling the car in 2008. Dan bought the car in 2018 and reworked most of it. In 2020 he was running Firestone 670-15 3 1/4 Inch Whitewall tires on the Chevy. Check price and availability on the same tires on Amazon.com.
Eddie Dye's 1929 Ford Model A Roadster. Restyled by the Ayala Brothers at Gil's Auto Body Works, the build was completed in 1951. The car was later restored by Circle City Hot Rods for Tom Bobowski. The restoration was completed in 2018, and this iteration of the car received Firestone 560-15 2 3/4 Inch Whitewall Tires up front, and Firestone 710-15 3 1/4 Inch Whitewall Tires in the rear. Check price and availability on the same tires on Amazon.com: Firestone 560-15 2 3/4 Inch Whitewall Tires - Firestone 710-15 3 1/4 Inch Whitewall Tires. Photo courtesy of Howard Gribble.
Firestone 3 1/4 Inch Whitewall 600-16 Tires are a good fit for hot rods, custom cars, and classics. The characteristic Firestone tire is very popular for 1930s and 1940s American automobiles. When it comes to hot rods and customs it is the most popular wheel for 1930s - 1950s styled cars. Click here to check price and availability for these tires on Amazon.com.

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Whitewall tires are popular tires for 1940s to 1960s styled customs and 1950s and 1960s styled hot rods.


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