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I currently have 235/60/R15s on my Black 63
Too big for me
Occasional rub with tight turn radius
I've got the Red Lines on my lil SC/Rambler...
But it aint a Mopar......
:rofl:Too funny...RC, you are quite the "Funny Guy"
(It's truly funny....It made me laugh!!)
Love that car!
My 70 Bee wheels:[ATTACH]
Good point Kiwi,
For my 1969 SC/Rambler, PPG told me that the White color was not available
So, I consulted with Matrix.
I spoke with the "Color...
Yeah, everything looks GREAT!
What you talking about Willis.."I Like Big Butts"
Ha Ha, only on certain MOPARs
For my 70 Superbee, the original owner had the rears (Chrysler Ralleys) widened at Stockton wheel
(Original Calif car)
My SC Rambler has Coker "Original Style" Redlines
But, I find that the Main Stream Tire Makers do NOT produce a Muscle Car tire anymore
go find a muscle Car tire today other than Coker Tires or B.F. GoodrichI posted about this 2 years ago
From what I can see, only 2...
Where do you purchase Firestone Firehawk?
All I can find now are the "Low Profile" tires for the newer cars....
1. Cooper Cobra GTs
I have a set of Coker Tires on my 1969 SC/Rambler
But at $256.00 a pop, they are pricey
By the way, I LOVE them!Mine:
Magnum 500s ??Classic wheel or Wheel Vintiques makes them
I have them on a 67 GTX
Car is sitting in back yard awaiting its turn in the body shop
I LOVE the car!
I think I have 275s on the back and 235s or 245s on the front.
You can fit a BIG tire on that rear
That IS a good price!
But: Only is you will use them