M&H Slicks

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Bob Hagerty's 1931 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan of Wheaton, Maryland. Bob, who was a member of the Coach Masters of Wheaton, built the car himself. The build took two years, and it was completed in 1964, featuring M&H Slicks. Bob's tudor was shown on the East Coast as "Jade East."
The smoother slicks manufactured by Goodyear came out around 1964-65. These were made for dragsters, and around 1968 all serious forms of drag racing were done with the smooth wall slicks, making the pie crust slicks a thing of the past. The softer rubber, with wrinklewalls, was so superior, there was no looking back. The M&H Cheater Slick 26/11.5-15LT is a popular 15-inch wrinklewall slick by produced by Coker Tire. Check price and availability on these slicks at Amazon.com.

Cars Featuring M&H Slicks

Bob Hagerty's 1931 Ford Model A Tudor Sedan - Jade East


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