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Firestone 670-15 Blackwall. A popular tire for traditional early styled hot rods and custom cars. In the 1930s and the 1940s Whitewall tires were expensive, and it was common to see customs rolling on Blackwall tires. Whitewall tires was the preferred style, and many had a pair of Whitewall tires up front, while Blackwall tires were hidden behind fenderskirts in the rear. Blackwall tires are also popular on classic cars and sleepers that don't want to grab too much attention. Cars featuring Firestone Blackwall 670-15 tires - Check price and availability on Amazon.com.
Firestone 670-15 2 1/4 Inch Whitewall. This tire has no lettering on the whitewall, giving it a much cleaner appearance compared to the Firestone 670-15 2 11/16 Inch Whitewall. The cleaner appearance makes this tire a popular choice for 1950s and 1960s styled hot rods and customs. Cars featuring Firestone 670-15 2 1/4 Inch Whitewall tires - 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.
Dan Wittenberg's 1928 Ford Model A Pick Up of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The build was started in 1954 and completed in 1958. Dan ran Firestone 6.70-15 up front.
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.
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Wheels can make or break any build. Wheels, tires, and stance are three important components when you're building traditional hot rods and customs. Wheels and tires define the era and style you're going for, so they need to be handled with care. Bias-ply tires are a must if you want to build a period-correct traditional 1940s or 1950s styled hot rod or custom, and the Firestone 6.70-15 tire is a popular choice amongst traditionalists. Produced by Coker Tire, the Firestone 6.70-15 tire comes in many models and variations, ranging from a plain Blackwall tire to a crowd-pleasing tire with a wide 3 1/4 Inch Whitewall. Choosing which one will look good on your car is always tricky, so on this page, we have listed the various models along with some cars that are dressed up with these.


Firestone 670-15 Blackwall

The Firestone 670-15 Blackwall tire is a popular tire for early styled hot rods and customs. In the 1930s and the 1940s Whitewall tires were expensive, and it was common to see customs rolling on Blackwall tires. Whitewall tires was the preferred style, and many had a pair of Whitewall tires up front, while Blackwall tires were hidden behind fenderskirts in the rear. Blackwall tires are also popular on classic cars and sleepers that don't want to grab too much attention.



Firestone 670-15 1 Inch Whitewall

The Firestone 670-15 1 Inch Whitewall is a popular Whitewall tire for early 1960s styled hot rods and customs.



Firestone 670-15 2 1/4 Inch Whitewall

The Firestone 670-15 2 1/4 Inch Whitewall is a popular tire for 1950s and 1960s styled hot rods and customs. This tire has no lettering on the whitewall, giving it a much cleaner appearance compared to the Firestone 670-15 2 11/16 Inch Whitewall. The cleaner appearance makes this tire a popular choice for 1950s and 1960s styled hot rods and customs.


Firestone 670-15 2 11/16 Inch Whitewall

A popular tire for 1930s and 1940s hot rods and customs. The original Firestone Zig Zag Tread design gives the car an older appearance compared to the Firestone 670-15 2 1/4 Inch Whitewall tire.



Firestone 670-15 3 1/4 Inch Whitewall

A wide 3 1/4 inch whitewall tire, 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.



Hot Rods Featuring 670-15 Tires

Bud Ward's 1924 Ford Model T Roadster
Dan Wittenberg's 1928 Ford Model A Pick Up
Roger Nettle's 1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe
Leonard Held's 1933 Ford 3 Window Coupe


Custom Cars Featuring 670-15 Tires




 

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