Whether you're cruising the boulevard, touring the countryside, or just completing a ground-up restoration of that favorite high-performance Muscle Car you lusted after as a teen, Coker Tire can deliver that authentic finishing touch.

Coker's 65 Series BFG Redline Radials are a true production redline tire, made in the USA using the most advanced tire manufacturing techniques. Sporting a 3/8-inch raided redline design and a wider, lower profile, for a meaner, performance-oriented stance, these Redlines will make heads turn at stoplights or on the concours field.

Built from inception to be a true redline, these tires are manufactured in a fully integrated, modern facility to deliver the exacting vintage look drivers want, coupled with the safety and performance aspects modern radial tire technology affords. Coker's BFG 65 Series Redline Radials are S-speed rated and carry a 540 BB UTQG rating.

"If you've got a 30- to 40-year old Muscle car and want to upgrade it with authentic redline tires, newly constructed with the reliability of modern materials and manufacturing technologies, there is nothing to compare to these beauties," says Corky Coker, President of Coker Tire Company. "We have gone to great lengths to ensure that our tires deliver the look and feel of the original, but we've integrated the safety aspects of a modern tire, so drivers can be confident at today's highway speeds."

In addition to its 65 Series BFG Redline Radials, Coker Tire also stocks 70 Series BFG Redline Radials, all available for immediate delivery, starting at $136 each. The 65 Series BFG Redline Radials, as well as hundreds of other classic and collector tires, wheels, special wheel and tire packages, vintage rims, tire and auto accessories and collectibles can be ordered online through the company's easy-to-use web store at www.coker.com.

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 was the first company to introduce a wide whitewall radial tire - the Coker Classic - for collector vehicles. Coker Tire also markets vintage-style wheels and rims, novelty bicycles and unicycles, as well as a variety of tire dressings and collectibles. For more information, to request a catalog or to place an order, call (800)-251-6336 or visit the Web site at www.coker.com. You can also take a virtual tour of the Coker facilities and view Corky's blog at www.cokertire.com