Joined: Apr 2006
Location: On the road n NE Oklahoma
they are hard to find, but if available the Pirelli P3 in the size 195/70-14 is a very good tire, with decent traction. I used it for many years on my '66 GT350.
After several near crashes. I gave up on the BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires that I had been using. Although they were nearly new, the lack of traction with that tire makes them unacceptable to me. On both wet and dry pavement they will lose their grip without warning. And thats happening at moderate speeds too, not speeding or racing ! Don't even think about emergency braking or changing directions to avoid a collision, the car will not go where you point it. Sadly, the tire has great looks, which is all some buyers are considering. I just say, do some homework before going the BFG Radial T/A route.
on the VMF you can find numerous posts by others (who drive their cars a lot) who have had the same experiences as I have had with that tire.
'65 K code Mustang
& a few '66 GT350's (1970-2012)