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What are Coker Classic tires?

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Coker Classic tires are vintage-style tires made by the Coker Tire Company that are designed for classic cars and hot rods. The Coker Classic brand was introduced in 1995 and now covers a variety of styles and sizes.

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Many Coker Classic tires are built in the United States and are backed by Coker's "life of the tread" warranty. The brand also features Big-N-Little tire combinations for hot rods, and whitewall, redline and blackwall varieties as well. A number of Coker Classic tires are built with a vintage design to replace original bias-ply tires. Some of these tires are DOT- and ECE-approved and are designed to provide maximum value without sacrificing quality. The Coker Tire Company also designed the first modern radial-construction, wide whitewall tire.

Coker Classic tires are available for purchase at Coker Tire's online store with Extended Tire Protection available for most tires. In addition to its Coker Classic line, the company also offers Firestone, BF Goodrich, Garfield, US Royal, American Classic and other reputable tire brands. Buyers can choose from brass, redline, motorcycle and radial varieties of tires. Also available are antique, European, low rider and racing varieties. The Coker Tire Company has supplied car collectors since 1958.

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