BF Goodrich Bias Ply | Sawtooth Tread | Whitewall

Starting at $276.00



Classic Tire | Tires for Vintage Cars

With genuine wide whitewall construction and period-correct sawtooth tread design, these BF Goodrich tires are the ultimate classic tire for collector vehicles. These tires feature a nice pie crust upper sidewall styling and beautiful wide whitewalls. When shopping for tires for vintage cars, look no further than these authentic BF Goodrich wide whites. BF Goodrich bias ply wide whitewall tires are made in the USA and DOT/ECE (European Community) approved where applicable. Wide whitewalls are smooth, with all stampings and lettering in the the black portion of the sidewall and are covered by our exclusive 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 on a wheel. Dimensions may vary due to rim width and inflation pressure. Tread patterns and sidewall styles vary, please click on individual tires below to view photos.
Brand BF Goodrich
Tire Construction Bias Ply
Sidewall Style Wide Whitewall
BF Goodrich Bias Ply | Sawtooth Tread | Whitewall
BF Goodrich Bias Ply | Sawtooth Tread | Whitewall BF Goodrich Bias Ply | Sawtooth Tread | Whitewall BF Goodrich Bias Ply | Sawtooth Tread | Whitewall

Please Note

  • Tire mounted on wheel for demonstration purposes only. Wheel and other accessories are not included.

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Tires for 1929 model A
By Dale Farley on October 11, 2018

We have several great options for you to choose from! Click Here to take a look.

Coker Tire Support on October 11, 2018
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What tube do I order for the BF Goodrich bias ply 650-16 tire. GTIN UPC: 00842199105599
By Chris Penny on May 03, 2018

It depends on your rims. If you have new production rims with 3/8" valve holes, Click Here. If you have original equipment rims from the 1950s and prior, Click Here. These are tube for rims with offset valve holes, which would be most common for the majority of applications.

Coker Tire Support on May 03, 2018
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