Münchner Oldtimer Reifen GmbH was founded in 1984 by Valentin Schaal Jr. As a lover of classic cars, he realised how difficult it could be at that time to get the right tyres. Starting out in his parents' tyre shop in Otterfing, Bavaria, he devoted himself entirely to procuring tyre sizes that were difficult or impossible to find. His travels, especially across America, put Valentin in contact with those few manufacturers that still made classic tyre sizes. This was the beginning of his tyre import business. The market for tyres for vintage cars developed rapidly, such that European manufacturers such as Michelin, Dunlop and Avon returned to their roots and once again began making some of their classic tyre models. Many models were brought back at Valentin Schaal's suggestion. Soon his tyre store had outgrown its original space and the shop moved to its current location in nearby Holzkirchen in 1999.
It's now possible for us to have almost every special tyre our customers need in stock and ready for quick delivery. Whether it's bias tires for the legendary VW Beetle or Opel Kapitän, American wide whitewalls for your Cadillac or Hot Rod, white-letter tyres for the muscle cars of the 60s and 70s, racing tires for pre-war cars or beaded-edge tyres for the very early vintage models, we can supply most within 2 days.
We are especially proud of our patented vulkanisation process for whitewalls on tyres previously only available in black. Give your your classic of tomorrow that extra bit of class with some retro styling. We can also offer you comprehensive service for spoked wheels. In our own wheel repair shop, we can centre, repaint or even replace the spokes on your wheels.
Switching to single nut wheels?
We can order new spoked wheels from MWS and Borrani with all the necessary accessories such as the central lug nut adapter, knock-off center caps and mounting hardware.
We also manufacture wheels for your pre-war car with drop centre rims, snap ring rims or also beaded-edge rims.
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165R13 82V TL Pirelli CN36 165/80R13, 165VR13
The tyre size 165R13 is synonymous with the smaller European cars of the 1970s as cars moved away from crossply tyres. A large portion of Fords European cars, the Taunus, Escort, Capri and Cortina fitted 165R13 tyres, which later as we went cars like Sunbeam Alpine and cars like the Ford Lotus Cortina moved onto fitting 165R13 Pirelli Cinturato tyres.into the 1980s would exchange the 165R13 tyres to fit wider lower profile tyres such as the 185/70R13 Pirelli Cinturato CN36.
It is worth noting that this current production of the famous 165R13 Cinturato CN36 from Pirelli qualifies for a V speed rating which is pretty exceptional for a tyre of the size 165R13.
The Pirelli Cinturato CN36 165R13 is effectively a 165/80R13, however with it being a full profile 165R13 tyre there is no need to mention the 80% profile. A low profile alternative to a 165/80R13 is a 185/70R13.
With the tall profile of a 165R13 or 165/80R13 tyres they make the ideal radial alternative to crossply tyres of the size 5.90-13, 6.00-13 or 5.6013 on
|section width (mm)||170|
|rim width range||4.0-5.5"|
|tyre width (mm)||165|
|Speed Index||V-Reifen (240km/h)|
|EU Tyre Labelling||Tyres without labelling can only be used on cars built before October 1st 1990.|