PARTS THAT APPEAL
Bias-look radial for Model As, unusual flathead cylinder heads, and a repop Deuce grille.
Coker Tire revolutionized the muscle car hobby a couple years ago when it introduced a tire that had the looks of a 1960s factoryissue Firestone Wide Oval biasply but the construction of a radial tire (and therefore the contemporary handling, noise, and wear characteristics of a radial). Now Coker has applied that same innovative thinking to the 1920s and 1930s car market, and Model A Fords in particular, with new sizes in its American Classic Bias-look Radial line. Manufactured in the U.S., the new American Classic 475/500R19 is designed for 1930 and 1931 Model As but will fit other makes and models from the era. The 440/450R21 fits 1926 through 1929 Ford cars and trucks, as well as Chevy passenger cars from those years. The new tires were introduced at the recent SEMA Show (where we snapped this photo), and black sidewall versions like this will be available in April 2019. Wide whitewall versions will follow soon after.
Coker Tire; 800/251-6336, cokertire.com.