After seeing that redline tires were a hit with consumers at the time, the manufactures began experimenting with different colors on the sidewalls as well. Chevrolet used gold pinstripes on ’65 and ’66 Corvettes, and they were sized at 7.75-15 and used mainly on big block cars with knockoff wheels. Other sidewall treatments consisted of blue pinstripes, and Coker Tire offers all three colors (red, gold, blue) in various sizes to fit factory specifications. Coker sells bias ply tires for authentic restorations, and radial tires if you want modern performance, and plan on driving your muscle car on a regular basis. With brands like Firestone, BFGoodrich (bias ply and radial), U.S. Royal, Coker Classic and American Classic there are plenty of choices when it comes to redline tires. The BFGoodrich Silvertown Radials are available in many sizes, and the American Classic radials fit wheels up to 17 inches in diameter, so there’s no end to the list of applications.