I have a set or four Michelin all season tires in very good shape. How good you ask? If Wilie E. Coyote had these tires, the Roadrunner would be toast. They are that damn good! The coyote's problem was that he always used Acme - not Michelin. Two have two summer's use, and the other two - which were replaced under a road hazard warranty - have only been used for one summer. None have been used in pursuit of a Roadrunner. They have been sitting in my garage this summer, and if I had a vehicle they would fit I would keep 'em. But since I don't, it's time to move them out. I'll be buying a new set of Michelins for my next car, and they do not come cheap. I refuse to buy Goodyear, so what I get from these will help pay for the new Michelins. When I bought these, they cost me somewhere north of $700 plus tax. Asking $325 firm. I'll warn you though... once you drive on Michelin, you won't be able to go back to Motomaster or any other cheap brand and be content. Tons of tread wear left. Great in rain, and vewy, vewy quiet. Perfect for sneaking up on WoadWunners. (Admit it - you just read that in an Elmer Fudd voice, didn't you?) If these sound like something you'd be interested reply by email and we can arrange a viewing.
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