Old School RWL Tires
The '69 is in the hospital getting BMR tubular arms, Hothkis TVS (2" lowering in front, 1 1/2" lowering in rear). Comp Eng subframe connectors and slide-a-link traction bars. It currently has 15" rally wheel with brand X (no name) raied white outline lettering tires. I think the fronts are 215/65/15 (too tall) and 235/60/15 rears.
I think I'm going old school with Cragar SS wheels and some RWL tires (must be radial). I have some NOS Cragar old school light blue center caps I plan to use. Want to get a bit of a rake to the car (front a little lower than rear).
I have a '67 with monoleafs, rally wheels and 215/60/15 front and 235/60/15 rears. I like the stance of the '67. It just needs wider rear tires.
Okay, now the question. What RWL tires should I use?
I like Radial TAs but everyone has them (that's what I have on my '67). A friend has Goodyears on a GTO that look really good. I think they are a Goodyear ST. I can't find those.
Any suggestions on a good looking, decent performing RWL tire that will provide the old school look? I'm hoping I can fit a 275 rear but may have to settle for a 255.
1967 RS/SS350 Camaro (mostly stock)
1969 RS/SS Camaro (being improved!)