I must correct one point in your email referring to Bill
The COKER Classic P235/75R14 I have was made in MEXICO in 2002
A more recent set of COKER Classics' DOT codes also indicate Mexico.
The AMERICAN Classics I looked up for someone on this list this year (dated 2016 as I recall) came up Indiana (City) Pensylvania (State). I believe they were made in the McCreary Tire facility. McCreary is known for specialty tires including for racing applications and as far as I know has no history of problems - though I admit I am out of town and do not have access to anything more than what is on my laptop - so I am speaking from memory.
I hate to think that anyone would try to lump the AMERICAN Classic with the COKER Classic in order to associate any problems with one manufacturer with those of a different manufacturer, but it is possible that he is simply misinformed or failed to do his homework.
BOTTOM LINE American Classics last known to be made in US in 2016, Coker Classics appear to have been made in MEXICO for some time. Clearly NOT the same facility.
On 5/9/2018 11:54 PM, Keith Boonstra kboonstra@xxxxxxxxxxxx [Chrysler300] wrote:
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