Blackwall Tires

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The Firestone Blackwall 670-15 tire is a popular tire for traditional early styled hot rods and custom cars. Cars featuring Firestone Blackwall 670-15 tires - Check price and availability on
Excelsior Stahl Sport Radial 500R16 - When it comes to bias looking radial blackwall tires for hot rods, the Excelsior Stahl Sport Radial is a safe bet. According to Coker Tire, Excelsior Tire was the world's first line of radial tires offered in sizes and styles to replace popular bias ply profiles. Inspired by vintage competition tires, they have found their way onto many vintage racers and hot rods, and you will find them on several hot rods featured in the prestigious The Rodder's Journal magazine. Click here to check price and availability on Excelsior Stahl Sport Radial 500R16 tires on
Firestone 600-16 Blackwall Tires. According to Coker Tire, the Firestone 600-16 bias-ply tire is THE TIRE for a Pre-WWII Ford. It features a black sidewall, and it's the original sizing for 1935 through 1953 Ford, 1935 through 1947 Hudson and many more. This Firestone Bias Ply tire features an original Firestone Zig Zag Tread design. They're made in the USA using original molds and modern materials and are fully backed by Coker Tire's life of the tread warranty. Cars featuring Firestone 600-16 Blackwall tires - Check price and availability on
A radically restyled custom photographed at a used car lot located at 4875 El Cajon Blvd. in San Diego, California. Running 1947 license plates, the car seems to have started out as a 1940 Mercury Convertible. Modifications include a sectioned body, removed running boards, a chopped and padded top, a custom made grille and front end, molded body seams, fenderskirts, blackwall tires, and flipper hubcaps. Please get in touch with us if you have more info or photos to share of this mystery custom. Photo from The Robert Genat Photo Collection.
Harold Johnson's 1938 Ford Tudor of Inglewood, California. The tudor was Harold's first car, and the build was started in 1948. This photo from 1949 shows the car running blackwall tires and Flipper hubcaps.
David Conrad's 1936 Ford 3-Window Coupe of Kirkwood, Missouri. Completed in February of 2014, David fit the coupe with Firestone 600-16 Blackwall Tires. "From the start I know I wanted black walls but I tried white walls just to see and quickly bought a set of black walls. I like the late 40's look," David told Kustomrama. Click here to check price and availability on Firestone 600-16 Blackwall Tires on
Barely Legal. Per Thoren's 1928 Ford Model A roadster of Sweden. In 2008 the radical roadster was running 8x15" magnesium Torq-Thrust wheels with M/T 8.20-15 slicks. Up front he ran spindle-mounted Radir 3-18 wheels with Firestone Deluxe Champion 4.00-18 Cycle Tires. Check price and availability for the same tires on Photo by Sondre Kvipt - Kustomrama.

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