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Countach Tires - does anyone care

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  1. Longstone Tyres

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    Hi Team.

    Might i suggest anyone who is thinking of doing some tyre shopping in the near future, get stuck in and do it now.

    The Pirelli P7 range for your cars are incredibley good value. I was amazed when i managed to ge them to market at such a good price. yes i know it amounts to a large credit card bill but for such rare weird obsolete tyres that hardly fit anything else the prices are amazingly good. for instance look what you will pay for a P-Zero 345/35R15

    https://www.tyrereviews.com/Ty...ico/price/345-35-15/

    https://www.tirerack.com/tires...o=35&diameter=15

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  3. Longstone Tyres

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    Hi

    We have just had a small delivery of these

    https://www.longstonetyres.co.uk/225-50vr15-pirelli-cinturato-p7.html

    they have been out of stock for a while. we have the rears coming soon. However i suggest don't faff around. buy what you can when you can, supply is still a little erratic since the pandemic and that Russian idiots performance. By the middle of next year we should have pretty much everything on line, and in stock, but for now batches are small and inconsistent.

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    this picture gives you a little insight into the glamourous world of classic tyre dealing. That is the lovely Tom unloading the truck. the other pair of legs you can see actually belong to Pirelli's truck driver.
    On the right of the truck you can see our badly organised machine shop, where we make bits for our cars.
    On the left of the truck you can see our stash of old inner tube boxes we use for rapping up Borrani wheels when they have been fitted and balanced with tyres. Then there is my vintage ramp and my 1924 Delage. The Delage is on the ramp because it is being serviced having driven to Bologna and back (check out our face book https://www.facebook.com/longstonetyres/ we crossed the Alps twice. However) on returning and giving it a service i found one of the rear leaf springs has snapped off its locating pin. not ideal.

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  4. Longstone Tyres

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    Woowho! good news.

    i have recently had contact from Pirelli, in fact we have already received the invoice, so they are on the way. but there is a batch of 345/35R15 P7 tyres on their way to me.

    https://www.longstonetyres.co.uk/345-35vr15-pirelli-cinturato-p7.html

    they should be with us on the 12th of December.

    we also have the 225/50VR15 P7 on the shelf for the front of most of the cars. the 205/50R15 P7 should be with us soon. If you need the 205/50-15 P7, I would recomend not waiting for your fronts. i would encourage you to buy what you can when you can. the 205/50R15 P7 will come, but it would be a real shame if we had run out of rears. Hopefully we will get all our eggs in line soon, but for now it is still difficult to get stuff done.

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  5. Longstone Tyres

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  6. Longstone Tyres

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