American Classic Bias Look Radial | Whitewall
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Brand American Classic
Tire Construction Bias Look Radial
Sidewall Style Wide Whitewall
DOT Approved Yes
Tube Type or Tubeless Tubeless

American Classic Bias Look Radial | Whitewall

Starting at $306.00



Wide Whitewall Radial Tires | American Classic Tire

Coker Tire Company's award-winning Bias Look Radial American Classic tire is made in the USA and thoroughly tested to ensure superb quality for your collector vehicle. You can trust that American Classic Wide Whitewall Radial tires are ready for the road, but they're also ready for the show field with beautiful styling and a whitewall that is built in to the tire from day one. The genuine whitewall construction, along with the "pie crust" shoulder and vintage-style tread pattern give this tire the original look, while the steel belted radial internals make it the perfect choice for a car that will see plenty of miles.

This is a tubeless tire, but keep in mind that tubes are required on some OEM and reproduction wire wheels.

Genuine Wide Whitewall Tire

This product features a genuine wide whitewall sidewall style. This means that the bright white rubber is added directly to the tire sidewall during initial construction of the carcass, resulting in a truly integrated, high-quality product after vulcanization. Wide whitewall tires were a very popular choice from the 1930's through the end of the 1950's, and were eventually phased out of mainstream production by 1962. Originally, wide whitewall tires featured a bias ply construction, but now Coker Tire offers them in original style bias ply and modern radial construction.

American Classic Tires for Collector Cars

Our line of American Classic radial tires includes P-metric radials (such as 235/75R15) and our famous "bias look radial" (such as 670R15). We offer American Classic radial tires in wide whitewall, narrow whitewall, and black sidewall in select sizes, developed specifically for 1940's, 1950's and 1960's classic cars. These tires feature a classic tread design and a beautiful sidewall that's built into the tire from day one of production. 

Please Note

  • Bias Look Radial tires feature genuine radial tire construction with bias ply tire size, profile and styling. These tires are built in brand new molds using modern materials and tooling. Typically the sizing is the same as their Bias Ply equivalents with the addition of 'R' in the size value. 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.

Product Questions & Answers

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I have a 1954 chevy 3100 pickup that currently have 235/75R15 tires. What size American Classic Bias Look Radial whitewall would you recommend.
By Dave on January 30, 2019

Your choice of either an 800R15 or 820R15 would be the closest fit to a 235/75R15. The overall diameter will be your deciding factor, depending on if you would like a 29.5" tall tire or 30.10" tall tire. A 235/75R15 is about 28.9" tall.

Coker Tire Support on January 31, 2019
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I have the Coker Bias ply whitewalls on my beetle now, wondering how these bias ply look, radials handle compared to my bias ply’s?
By Mike on August 21, 2018

These will greatly improve the handling and ride of your car! We designed them to keep the authentic appearance, but offer superior performance compared to bias ply tire.

Coker Tire Support on August 21, 2018
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What size would be equal to G78-15?
By Claude Lavoie on July 31, 2018

215/75R15 would be the replacement radial size for a G78-15.

Coker Tire Support on August 01, 2018
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