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Corky Coker sits on one of the many tires manufactured by his company inside the Chestnut Street antique car museum.

Coker Tires are on more than 25 of the Best in Class and special trophy winners at the Concours tournament at Pebble Beach in California. The tires were displayed on the cars this week on the world famous 17-mile drive along the Pacific Ocean coast.

"To even have a car chosen to be displayed at Pebble means that the owner/restorer has gone above and beyond in terms of quality and accuracy and it speaks to the care and attention that we put into all our tires," said Wade Kawasaki, president and chief operating officer of Coker Tire. "The greatest honor is to know that we're helping keep these priceless automotive art pieces on the road with authentic tires."

This year's Best of Show winner, a staggeringly beautiful 1924 Isotta Fraschini Tipo 8A Cabriolet, rolled onto the lawn at Pebble Beach on Coker Tires after an extensive restoration. The car was built in 1924, but the car's current body wasn't fitted until 1932 and in all the time since then, the car has only had four owners.

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