CINTURATO ™ CA67

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In 1952 when the CINTURATO ™ CA67 was released by Pirelli it stole the show as the tire people wanted on their sports car. The CINTURATO ™ CA67 is a available in a selection of important classic tire sizes.

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PIRELLI CINTURATO ™ tires

Many of the greatest sports cars manufacturers of day fitted the PIRELLI CINTURATO ™ CA67- Nobody will be suprised to hear that Ferrari, Maserati, ISO, Lamborghini, Alfa Romeo and Lancia the great Italian Sportscar manufacturers all fitted the PIRELLI CINTURATO ™ CA67 HS at the factory gate- Other European manufacturers such as Rover, Morgan, MG and Porsche also fitted PIRELLI's CA67 CINTURATO ™ HS radiali tires as standard-

​In the 60's many of the top sports car manufacturers still fitted crossply tires because the CINTURATO ™ CA67 HS was so expensive, while other radiali tires did not offer the progressive handling needed for a sports car- What is forgotten today is that if you ordered an Aston Martin From David Brown and you wanted radiali tires on the car Aston Martin fitted the 185VR16 PIRELLI CINTURATO ™ CA67 HS as their radiali option- We still recommend PIRELLI CINTURATO ™ HS tires today for 50's and 60's Aston Martin-

185 VR 16 PIRELLI CINTURATO ™ CA67 on an Aston Martin DB2-4
185 VR 16 Avon Turbosteel fitted on an Aston Martin DB2

Avon did not make radiali tires in those days and the CINTURATO ™ as well as handling beautifully the way the car should- The CINTURATO ™ also looks correct, in that it is the correct diameter as these 2 pictures of a DB2/4 demonstrate-

Jaguar were offering their E-type in the 60's fitted with crossply tires; but if you wanted to fit a radiali tire Jaguar offered the 185VR15 CA67 HS PIRELLI CINTURATO ™- With the series 1 E-type Jaguar also offered the Dunlop SP41 tire but it was not suited to the speed capabilities of the XKE-

Jaguar E-type Service Bulletin
Jaguar E type Article about the PIRELLI CINTURATO ™

It wasn't untill 1968 when Dunlop introduced their SP Sport (also known as the Aquajet) that Jaguar were able to take advantage of the pricing of a British tire-