American Classic Radial | 3/4 Inch Whitewall | 195/75R15
American Classic Radial | 3/4 Inch Whitewall | 195/75R15 American Classic Radial | 3/4 Inch Whitewall | 195/75R15 American Classic Radial | 3/4 Inch Whitewall | 195/75R15
SPECIFICATIONS
Tire Series American Classic Radial
Brand American Classic
SKU 568760
GTIN 00842199100495
Product Size 195/75R15
Tire Construction Radial
Sidewall Style Narrow Whitewall
Sidewall Style (in) 0.750
Width Radial 195 mm
Radial Aspect Ratio 75
Rim Diameter (in) 15 inch
Overall Diameter (in) 26.50
Section Width (in) 7.72
Tread Width (in) 5.60
Rim Width (in) 5.00 - 7.00
Max Load Capacity 1444@35 psi
Speed Rating S
Load Index 94
UTQG rating 540 BB
Tread Depth (32nds) 12
Construction Ply POLY/STEEL
DOT Approved Yes
Tube Type or Tubeless Tubeless

American Classic Radial | 3/4 Inch Whitewall | 195/75R15

$220.00

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We all remember well the classic cars from the sixties that had narrow whitewalls, as auto manufacturers began decreasing the width of the whitewall in the late 1950s and early '60s. Since then, narrow whitewall tires have been very popular. These 195/75R15 radial tires offer the right look for your classic car, thanks to the tall sidewall and tread pattern. The 3/4 inch whitewall is built into the mold from the very first step, so it is a genuine whitewall tire that will hold up well over time. American Classic tires are made in the USA and they are DOT and ECE (European Community) approved and covered by Coker Tire Company's Life of the Tread warranty.

Genuine Narrow Whitewall Tire

This product features a genuine narrow 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. When we reference "narrow whitewall" tires, we typically mean a whitewall that measures less than two inches, but it can also mean a whitewall that does not reach all the way into the bead. Narrow whitewall tires are popular for many cars built in 1960's all the way through the 1990's.

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

  • 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

 
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Question:
Do you have this tire in a 215?
By bruce Adams on May 26, 2019
Answer:

Hi there, We offer the American Classic Narrow Whitewall tire Here Thank you for your question,

Coker Tire Support on May 28, 2019
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Question:
Do you carry same style of tire in 245/60 R17
By William on August 02, 2018
Answer:

We do not have a source for anything in this size, I am afraid. However, we wish you good luck with your search.

Coker Tire Support on August 03, 2018
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Question:
Is this P195/75R15 radial tire same size as 185x15 Bias ply tire on 69 Jag XKE 2+2???
By Larry Smith on September 20, 2018
Answer:

The 195/75R15 American Classic is 7.72" wide at the section and 26.50" overall diameter. In most cases a 185R15 will stand 27" overall diameter and about 7.28" wide at the section.

Coker Tire Support on September 20, 2018
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