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Discussion in 'The BS Topic' started by jb, Jul 16, 2015.
the are g70-14 fresh from storage since 1960's no dryrot factory fresh still wraped and has stickers
Not sure about the 14's but I usually see 15's like you've described go in the $800-$1200 range but you know,they're not good for much except shows and I wouldn't drive 5mph on them personally...
This is one of the rare moments when John and I agree.
What would you pay for four bald tires? Same value, you can't drive on them.
On a points perfect correct car they are worth their weight in gold...
These tires are perfect no dry rot or cracks
I really wouldn't think they would be good to anyone unless the car is a museum piece. For tires you can drive on, place like Coker make spot on reproductions so I don't see a lot of value here IMHO.
That's fine - cosmetically, but they have been decomposing internally for over 40 years. They are organic.
mount them and drive on them for about 10 minutes then take a look and see how much dry rot and cracks you see!!