Has anyone come up with a good solution for 330 GTC (or any vintage front engine V12) tires of 205-14 ("H" or better speed rating) size? A good starting source of OEM tire size info is Dyke Ridgley's article on the 330 Register website (thankyou Kerry) at: http://www.330register.com/TechTips/Tip_1.cfm The aspect ratio that Dyke Ridgley mentions (.82) means that a 205/70-R14 tire will be too small a diameter. A search at tirerack.com by tire size 215/70-14 and H (130mph) or better speed rating yielded only the Firestone Affinity LH30 (All-Season). 225/70-14 only yields SUV tires. 215/75-14 tire size yields 4 tires, all of which only have an S (112mph) speed rating, but these might be the closest to the OEM (e.g., Pirelli Cinturato CN72 205-14) size/diameter. Imho, the 215/70, 225/70, or 215/75 sizes will be closer to the OEM size than the 205/70-14. Tire diameter or revs-per-mile would give an even closer estimate of correct tire size. Coker's Michelin XWX 205VR14 is the right size, but not happening at $345 a pop! --and it's old technology anyhow. Pirelli has the P4000 Super Touring in 205/70HR14, but this misses by being too small as well. The P4000e isn't made in a 14" size that I could find. What have you done about tires for these machines? My apologies if this has been covered before and, if so, would somebody please point me to where the discussion was.