Tire Tip: When storing new tires
before installation never allow the  whitewall side of the tire to come    in contact with the black sidewall
of another tire. This can cause
permanent staining of the whitewall.
 

Bias Ply or Radial Vintage Tires ?

The bias ply tire provides originality and the correct look for your
classic car. The radial tire is safer provides better gas mileage and
lasts longer. There are some radials being produced to resemble the
bias ply look, although they are not available in every size.

So the determining factor in which vintage tire to use is based
on how you drive your collector car. Choose the type you are
comfortable with and gives you the look you want on your classic.

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Parts and Services for Classic Cars, Collector Cars, Antique, Vintage and Muscle Cars

Classic Car Insurance / Collector Car Financing / Classic Car Auction Schedule

 

Wide White wall Tires
Raised White Letter Tires
Redline Tires
Classic Car Vintage Tires

Detail Pro Wipes
3540 Crain Hwy   Suite 434
Bowie, MD 20716
866.272.0253
info@detailprowipes.com
www.whitewallwipes.com
Keeps white wall tires bright white
 

Vintage Tyre Supplies
National Motor Museum
Beaulieu, Hampshire
SO42 7ZN  England
sales@vintagetyres.com
www.vintagetyres.com
Classic tires, Dunlop, Avon, Michelin

LDB Auto Performance
251 W. Central Ave.  #126
Springboro, OH 45066
866.740.0193
www.tirecradle.com
The TireCradle protects your vintage and
performance tires from flat spots.

Falk Products
1105 Nicholson
Joliet, IL 60435
815.726.6455
bbfalk@aol.com
Red Crown valve stem caps.

Every classic or collector car should have
the correct vintage tire.

Longstone Vintage Tires
Hudsons Yard, Doncaster Rd
Bawtry, South Yorkshire
UK  DN10 6NX
0044.1302.711.123
info@longstonetires.com
www.longstonetires.com
Vintage tires for antique and classic cars.

AIM Tires
29651 Arnold Dr.
Unit K-7A
Sonoma, CA 95476
800.578.2071
aimtires@aol.com
www.aimtire.com
 

Web Tire Dealer
PO Box 13750
Dayton, OH 45413
888.628.4737
info@vredesteintire.com
www.vredesteintire.com
Classic Vredestein tires.
 

Diamond Back Classics
4753 Highway 20
Conway, SC 29526
888.922.1642
info@dbtires.com
www.dbtires.com
Classic white wall tires, redline tires.
 

Kelsey Tire
1190 East Highway 54
Camdenton, MO 65020
800.325.0091
kelsey@kelseytire.com
www.kelseytire.com
Antique & classic Goodyear tires.
 

Universal Vintage Tire
2994 Elizabethtown Rd.
Hershey, PA 17033
800.233.3827
www.universaltire.com
White wall tires, Redline tires,
Avon tires.

 

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Lucas Classic Tires
2141 West Main
Springfield, OH 45504
800.735.0166
www.lucasclassictires.com
Wide white wall tires, bias ply tires.
Model T tires

 

Coker Tire
1317 Chestnut Street
Chattanooga, TN 37402
866.708.1271
www.cokertire.com
Vintage Michelin tires, redline,
wide white wall tires, Excelsior, Firestone,
B.F. Goodrich, bias ply & radial tires.

Vintage Tires
for Antique, Classic
& Muscle Cars

Keep your vintage tires in
good condition, always
check your tire pressure.

Find the correct and authentic vintage tires for
your classic or collector car. Firestone, Michelin, Dunlop, Avon,
U S Royal, B F Goodrich, GoodYear Polyglas, Excelsior, Denman
The correct tire adds the finishing touch to your classic car.

Classic Whitewall Tires
975 N Elm St.
Orange, CA 92867
714.769.4800
www.classicwhitewalltires.com
Classic white wall tires, redlines,
port a walls, bias ply & radial tires

Wallace Wade Specialty Tires
530 Regal Row
Dallas, TX 75247
800.666.8973
wallacewade@earthlink.net
www.wallacewade.com
Vintage tires for antique cars. Obsolete
Michelin tires.

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Vintage Pickup Truck
Restoration Parts

How do you keep the tires on your collector car from flat spotting ?
There are several schools of thought on this subject.
My thinking is a car was built to be driven, so take them
out and drive'em !
If you want a car to look at, buy a painting of a classic car.