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Maybe give it another go? Using the parts finder, try Year, Make and Model under 'Shop by Vehicle', or if you know your tire size, change the first dropdown to 'Shop Tires by Size'. You can always try entering your tire size in the the Search Bar located at the top, just above the parts finder dropdowns. Most tires can be found on the site searching this way.
Try navigating to the Main Tires Category and use the filters on the lefthand side of the page (Filter By). We recommend starting with selecting your Rim Diameter to narrow the results to what fits your wheel right away. You can choose any of the products attributes to filter as you shop, but generally a good start would be Rim Diameter, then Tire Construction and Sidewall Style.
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Classic Styling, Premium Performance
Michelin offers the most prestigious line of vintage tires in the world, and we’re proud to be the exclusive North American distributor for these famous tires. Incredible innovations through the years are represented with such revered models as the Double Rivet bias ply tires, the X Radial, XWX and the high performing TRX radial tires. The pedigree is of uncompromising performance and reliability and flows through the entire offering of Michelin Classic tires including the vintage race tires such as incredible PB and TB tires.
Our Michelin tire offerings cover a wide range of classic car fitments, going from the 1920’s, all the way into the modern era with high performance radials like the Pilot Sport. We’re proud to offer the extremely popular Michelin XZX series, a favorite for 1960’s European sports cars, as well as Volkswagen Beetles and even hot rods. There are obscure fitments in the immense product line, including metric rim fitments, but you’ll also find more mainstream sizes for cars like Triumph, Ferrari and many more. A new addition to the Michelin product line is a new series of whitewall tires. Michelin developed these tires to accommodate the 1950s and 1960s eras, aimed toward enthusiasts who want something a little more stylish than a plain black tire.