Coker Tire Pumps Up Hot Rods and Street Machines with BFGoodrich® Silvertown® Blackwalls

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Wide, aggressive-stance Blackwall tires feature original BFGoodrich V-block tread design.

Coker Tire, the world's largest supplier of collector vehicle tires, announces the availability of its new BFGoodrich Silvertown Blackwall to complete any street rod or hot rod design. Recognized as a great choice for fitment on street rods, hot rods, customs or quality restorations, these tires deliver a street-mean look coupled with modern reliability, safety and a comfortable ride.

Coker's new BFGoodrich 285/70R15 Silvertown Blackwall is S-Speed rated and features the popular V-Block tread pattern to maintain an authentic, timeless look. At 30.75-inches in diameter, with a cross-section of 11.5 inches and a tread width of 8.60 inches, the Silvertown Blackwall delivers a wide and tall, aggressive stance, making it easy to achieve a "natural rake" on hot rods and customs when matched up with a smaller front tire in a Big-Little Combo.

Coker's BFGoodrich Silvertown Blackwall tires, in the popular 285/70R15 size, feature four-ply, polyester belted, tubeless construction and retail for $143 per tire.

Coker Tire Company, Inc. of Chattanooga, Tennessee is the world's largest supplier of collector vehicle tires, with distributors in more than 30 countries. The company offers vintage bias-ply and nostalgia-style radial tires for collector vehicles from the late 1890s through the mid 1970s, including products for hot rods, sprint and dirt-track race cars and motorcycles. Coker Tire also markets vintage-style wheels and rims, novelty bicycles and unicycles. Coker Tire recently initiated its Coker Golden Tire Award, an annual award to honor people who actively drive and show their collector cars. Contestants can submit entries, photos and documentations through the Coker website. Customers can visit to shop, request a catalog, and place an order or call (800)-251-6336 for more information.


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