I had an '88 auto equipped with Goodyear then with replacement Dunlops
The Dunlops provided really good traction and the cornering was far
superior to the Goodyears. It really took a lot of effort to spin the
tires with the Dunlops and the car turned top times in the quarter.
I now have an '00 convertible standard with 20,000 kms on it. Original
tires and they will lose traction easily. Granted there is a difference
in horse power and it is a standard but wow what a difference in tires.
The runflats will be history when I need to replace them.
The car would look just super with chrome wheels (currently has painted
wheels) Any suggestions on the best way to go to replace the wheels and