8.20-15 Tires

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John Lane's 1924 Ford Model T Roadster Pickup of San Leandro, California. Lane purchased the Model T in the 1940s. The build was started in 1951 and completed late in 1956. It made its debut at the 1957 National Roadster Show in Oakland. It ran 8.20x15 tires in the back.
Dan Wittenberg's 1928 Ford Model A Pick Up of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The build was started in 1954 and completed in 1958. Dan ran 8.20x 15 Dominion Royal Master tires in the rear.
Buck and Bohls' 1929 Ford Model A Roadster of Austin, Texas. In 1958 Buck and Bohls ran 8.20x15 Firestone tires in the rear on the roadster.
Garret Walther's 1940 Ford Coupe of Stockton, California. The coupe was Garret's first car. He bought it in 1955. Installed a huge 1952 Chrysler FirePower Hemi-engine and went racing. Garret ran 5.50-15 tires up front, and 8.20-15 tires in the back.
Larry Ewing's 1940 Ford DeLuxe Coupe of Redwood City, California. The Ford was Larry's first car, and he bought it in 1957 when he was 15 years old. By 1959 he had fixed it up and given it a 1957 Pontiac Limefire Green paint job. Larry ran 5.60-15 tires up front, and 8.20-15 tires in the rear.

Cars running 8.20-15 Tires


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