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Our Extended Tire Protection (ETP) plan takes our excellent standard warranty one step further. With the ETP Plan, Coker will replace tires that become unserviceable or damaged from a cut, snag, bruise, impact, whitewall damage or puncture caused by a road hazard. Included with this plan, Coker Tire will pay standard shipping charges to recover and replace tire(s). This service is good for five (5) years or the life of the tread, whichever comes first. Tires will be prorated after 15 months according to tread wear. Some limits of liability, exclusions, and owner obligations apply. Extended Tire Protection cost is $10.00 per tire for tires priced up to $250.00 (sku# ETP1) and $20.00 per tire for tires priced from $251.00 to $299.00 (sku# ETP2). Tires priced $300 or more are now covered by the new ETP3, priced at $25.00 per tire. Order one ETP per each tire purchased.
Have a question? Email or call 1 (800) 251-6336 and our Vintage Tire Specialists will assist you.
The whitewall tire is an iconic piece of American automotive history. We all remember the cars from the '50s that had upwards of three-inch wide whitewalls, sometimes even wider! Coker Tire offers these American Classic 215/75R15 radial tires with a 2-3/4-inch whitewall.
With 215/75R15 sizing, these tires offer the right look for a wide variety of classic cars, as this is a very common radial conversion size for cars from the '50s and '60s. Sizing is perfect for American full size cars, such as Impala, Galaxie and other makes and models, such as Cadillac and Lincoln. These tires also fit popular applications like Chevy Bel Air, Ford Crown Victoria and many others. The wide whitewall is built into the mold from day one, so it is a true whitewall tire that will stand the test of time. American Classic tires are made in the USA and they are DOT and ECE (European Community) approved and covered by Coker Tire's Life of the Tread warranty.
Please note that dimensions listed (tread width, section width and overall diameter) are non-scientific and based on an inflated tire, mounted to a wheel. Dimensions may vary due to rim width and inflation pressure.