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DESPERATELY seeking Pirelli 285/50 15" P7 classic tires for Monterey Car Week 2019

The Voxster

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DESPERATELY seeking Pirelli 285/50 15" P7 classic tires for Monterey Car Week 2019


Hey folks (and especially Turbo and RS people! I really really really REALLY need 2 tires in the next few days, and there aren't ANY for sale anywhere in the country, as the first run Pirelli made has sold out. Just wondered if anyone here is coming to Car Week, and has a set that I could buy or even just borrow for a couple of days (with appropriate collateral, of course) so that I can get a car through display and juding at Concorso Italiano on Saturday, the 17th.


I'd need them by Thursday or Friday of this coming week at the latest, and I can pick them up in Monterey and have them put on there. HELP! Here's a link to the exact tires I need (Pirelli 285/50 15" P7 classics)


OR... if anyone has any older 285/50 15", that would work, too, even if they're not safely drivable/way out of date.




When the incredibly low profile and high performance 285/40YR15 PIRELLI CINTURATO ™ P7 came out in the 1970's it rocked the world with the performance that could be expected from a Pirelli Cinturato tire.




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