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Billboard white letter tires for Cobra or vintage race car are now a reality with TredWear! Order your set today!
You finally have your Shelby Cobra but something is not right. Yep, it’s the TIRES! Where are those aggressive Billboard letters? This is a real problem…
Right off the FFcars website, one of the best on the web-
“YOUR CAR LOOKS WAY WAY COOLER WITH GOODYEAR BILLBOARDS. NOT JUST A LITTLE BIT COOLER, … but MASSIVELY WAY WAY WAY WAY COOLER in a ‘stirs up thoughts of track legend sponsorship, requires balloons to hold down excessive power, racing heritage, get out of my way’ kind of way.
For me this is about going fast and looking cool. Since physical appearance has left me very little to work with, the car is my only source for that vanity. It goes fast, but needs a set of over-the-top billboards to complete the picture.
Everyone says the downsides of these billboards are that:
1) they throw stones on your flared rear fenders and inside the wheel well – loud
2) they develop flat spots after being parked and need a warm up,
3) they crap out in the rain or dust
4) they dart to road curvature
5) they are not DOT, which means you can get tagged for a fine, or
6) worse yet, if you crash, insurance is void and you get your ass sued off
They look so cool, I will put up with all those factors …..except the last one. Cool is cool until you get your ass sued off and the insurance company bails on you because you put on a non-DOT tire without telling them. That is not cool.
The whole car is a replica… so why not do the tires, too? They are the coolest looking part of it.”
In the past, painted on stencils were the only solution. But painted on billboards turn brown in a few hundred miles, if they stick at all. Finally TredWear has solved the problem. Our real rubber Billboard letter kits are the answer to creating permanent white letter billboard tires for your Shelby Cobra, GT40, or vintage racecar. The kits are permanent once applied. They can be scrubbed with a brush and appropriate whitewall cleaner. They have been tested successfully, standing up to sustained speeds over 150 mph! Your car is SPECIAL. Shouldn’t your tires be too?