So I'm running a 1963 Mercury Comet with a 235-60/15 rear tire. The current bias-plys can't stand up to the mild 300hp 289 I'm running at the moment so I'm looking for a similarly sized street slick to replace them on the occasion I take it to the track, or want to put my money where my mouth is. I've heard through the mag that drag radials won't stand up to the violence of a clutch-drop, and since I've already got bias-plys on all 4 corners I'm looking for a traditional cheater slick to increase my traction. Something in the neighborhood of an 8" tread width and 9-9.5 section width. I've seen plenty of "old-skool" recaps, but nothing with serious capabilities in this sort of size.The Galaxy steelies I'm using are only about 15x6 so that helps suck the section width together enough to fit this size. Yes, the wheelwells are microscopic.By the way, I'm running bias tires on purpose, cause they're "right" for this type of car, just the same way the straight-axle is right. Doesn't mean I won't run aluminum heads, a T-5, and modern internals to take advantage of technology. Got the heads and trans, the serious HP will come when money grows on trees.