Coker Classic | 600-16
Coker Classic | 600-16 Coker Classic | 600-16 Coker Classic | 600-16
Tire Series Coker Classic Bias Ply
Brand Coker Classic
SKU 65700
GTIN 00842199104660
Product Size 600-16
Tire Construction Bias Ply
Sidewall Style Blackwall
Bias Ply Width 6.00
Rim Diameter (in/mm) 16 inch
Overall Diameter (in) 28.30
Section Width (in) 6.25
Tread Width (in) 4.13
Rim Width (in) 4.00 - 4.50
Max Load Capacity 1400@32 psi
Tread Depth (32nds) 12
Construction Ply 4 PLY POLY
Tube Type or Tubeless Tube Type

Coker Classic | 600-16




Coker Classic | 600-16

This Coker Classic 600-16 bias ply tire is THE PERFECT TIRE for a Pre-WWII Ford but it also fits thousands of other applications, from American classics to British sports cars. It features a black sidewall, and it's the original sizing for 1935 through 1953 Ford, 1935 through 1947 Hudson and MANY more. This size was the industry standard from the mid '30s through the early '50s. Firestone wide whitewall tires are also the perfect rolling stock for classics and hot rods. Popular for 1930-40s American automobiles as wells as scores of European models. They're made right here in the USA and are fully backed by our life of the tread warranty.

DOT and ECE (European Union) approved, and backed by our life of the tread warranty. Actual tread design may be different from image in some sizes.

Bias Ply Construction

Bias ply tire construction is a method that was used from the 1900's through the 1970's on passenger cars and light trucks. Bias ply tires feature ply cords that run at a 45 degree angle to the bead, and overlap in a crisscross pattern, depending on how many ply layers are used. This creates a strong tire, but bias ply tires have a tendency to follow breaks or ruts in the pavement. Bias ply tires are the most authentic choice for classic car restorations and traditional hot rod builds. Coker Tire offers a huge variety of bias ply tires for many applications. 

Coker Classic Brand Collector Vehicle Tires

Coker Tire was founded in 1958 and many years of our history has been focused on supplying the collector vehicle market with authentic tires. Coker Classic is our house brand, which is a favorite among car restorers and enthusiasts around the world. We were the first to develop the wide whitewall radial, and it's still one of our most popular product lines to this day. Coker Classic tires are offered in both bias ply and radial construction, using modern materials to ensure proper fitment and handling for your collector vehicle.

Please Note

  • Tire mounted on wheel for demonstration purposes only. Wheel and other accessories are not included. 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. Please note Chemical Guys Tire and Rubber Cleaner and Adams Polish Tire shine has been linked to Whitewall browning and should not be used. We recommend using our line of tire care products.

Product Questions & Answers

(61) People thought this was helpful
will these tires mount on my 1931 model A 16inch wheels. do you need to know the wheel width? thanks
By david calhoun on August 26, 2018

Yes, these will mount to your original rims. Click Here for the tubes you need, and Click Here for the rim strips.

Coker Tire Support on August 27, 2018
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I am looking for 6.500x15 black sidewall tires for my 1954 MGTF
By Charles McNair on September 30, 2019

Our specs indicate the correct original size was 550-15. While we do not carry a 650-15 sized tire, we can offer the correct, original tire size. See here:

Coker Tire Support on September 30, 2019
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I have 1952 Ford mainline w/ 6.00 X 16 tires. Are these tires will fit my wheel/ same width & heights w/my old tires need the tube price too. Thank you
By Mel on October 04, 2018

These will replace your current 600-16 equipment correctly. Click Here for the proper tube!

Coker Tire Support on October 05, 2018
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