Hi I wrote this text:- " FERRARI 250 GT CALIFORNIA RW 3264, 5.5”X16 Borrani wheels. These LWB California Spyders cars left the factory with 600-16 Pirelli Stella Bianca. 185VR16 Pirelli Cinturato is also the other period option. The later SWB 250 GT California Spyder wheel options 5.5” RW 3526 & RW 3687 with 6”X16 wheels. These post 1960 cars would predominantly fit 185VR16 Pirelli Cinturato. Some of the early cars may have had 600-16 Stella Bianca. Some of these 250 GT California cars fitted 400mm Borranni wheels RW 3598 so they coulod fit the early radial tyre 175HR400 Pirelli Cinturato. Some of the later cars fitted 15” Borrani RW 3591 & RW 3690 wheels with 185VR15 Pirelli Cinturato. Often these 15” wheels are fitted with 205/70VR15 Michelin XWX or Dunlop ER/70VR15 Dunlop SP Sport. Tyre pressures for a 250GT California Spyder we have a recommendation from Pirelli in 1971 24 psi front and 28 psi rear, but this is for a 15” Cinturato 185VR15 CA67 HS, but we would employ the same pressutre to a 16” tyre of the same 185mm section. We would suggest increasing the pressure by 4psi for high speed heavily loaded use. FERRARI 250 GT CALIFORNIA SPIDER TYRES The Short Wheel base or Series 2 Ferrari 250 GT California Spider (SWB) fitted either the 175 HR 400 PIRELLI CINTURATO ™ CA67, the 185 VR 15 PIRELLI CINTURATO ™ CA67 or the 165 HR 400 PIRELLI CINTURATO ™ CA67, depending on if you have 15" or 400mm Borrani Wheels. As well as being original these PIRELLI CINTURATO ™ offer the excellent build quality you expect from one of the worlds best tyre manufacturers. Some people like a wider tire on their 250GT California Spider, in which case the best tyres would be either 205/70 VR 15 Michelin XWX or 205/70 WR 15 PIRELLI CINTURATO ™ CN12. We would suggest that these cars will handle at their best on the tyres that Ferrari chose to fit them with." And put it on our web page for these cars https://www.longstonetyres.co.uk/classic-car-tyres/ferrari/250-gt-california.html#page=1 what do you think? is it correct? have i missed some stuff? do you have some period pictures that would make it better? Do you have any build sheets that would look good on here? Would you recommend different tyre pressures?