My Mom told me that before my Dad passed he told her I was to be given his 1984 20th Anniversary Mustang GT convertible. It's a V8 5 speed car. Last I knew it had right around 22,000 miles on it. He bought it brand new in 1984 through his Ford dealership. It'd be hard to find a more original car. It is the first V8 stick shift I ever drove. I drove it whenever I could. Car means the world to me. It will never be modified from stock, but I will drive it occasionally. I know for a fact that the tires currently on it are at least 30 years old. First order of business once it's transferred to me will be new tires. The OE tires are 14's. 205/70R14's to be exact. There are not a lot of options in this size these days. Besides BF Goodrich, which are stupid expensive at over $160 each, I found three options from Hankook, General and Toyo that don't have a off road looking tread pattern. Are there any issues with any of these brands? I've never run any of them. Keep in mind this car has a grand total of 175 hp and 240 ft-lbs, so it's not "fast". I also won't be racing around in this car. Cruise nights once and a while, ice cream runs with the wife and kids and such. I don't want to change to non-stock wheels just to get more tire options.