I don't know how ubiquitous these stores are outside of urban America, but they're not an uncommon sight here in Chicago. They sell wheels—new and used, apparently—but usually not tires. I've always wondered how these places stay in business.
I especially like how the "Parking" sign had to be placed backward in order to have the arrow point the right way. Just one of the thousands of decisions a small-business owner must make.
I'm pretty sure they used school bus paint on the outside of the building. Or possibly mustard.