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Coker Tires has a New Distributor in the Southwest

By April 16, 2008

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Only Oldies Classic AutoOnly Oldies Classic Auto announced in a press release that they can now offer southwest classic car owners and tire dealers the opportunity to purchase Coker Tires directly from their Tempe, Arizona location. That’s great news for those living in Arizona because Only Oldies Classic Auto is also a traditional mechanics shop, which means they can mount and balance the tires upon purchase. According to Sam Stockham of Only Oldies, “Previously, car owners needed to purchase Coker Tires from one source, wait for delivery, then have the tires mounted and balanced at another location. Only Oldies Classic Auto offers onsite tire sales, mounting, balancing, optional road hazard program and guarantees all work”.

Coker Tire Company, Inc. of Chattanooga, Tennessee was founded in 1958, and is the world's largest supplier of collector vehicle tires and wheels 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 1980s, including products for collector autos and trucks, hot rods, vintage race-cars and vintage motorcycles.

Only Oldies Classic Auto specialize in services to American classic cars, and they plan to grow a strong Coker tire dealer network in Arizona, Nevada and New Mexico. Ward Thompson, Partner and Chief Mechanic at Only Oldies, who has been a mechanic on The Great Race for more than a decade, stated in the press release, "We feel the Southwest is the ideal location for Coker tire dealers based on the strong collector car culture. More and more enthusiasts are migrating to the area due to great driving roads, sunny days, a rust-free environment and great events".

You can find out more information about Only Oldies Classic Auto and Coker tire on their website.

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