Vintage Goodyear Tires Ads published today! Goodyear Combat Tires 1942 Ad. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Gillette Tires Ads published today! (1928) Gillette Ambassador Cord Tires. Full Cushioned Cords. Long staple Egyptian cords, each one embedded and cushioned, insulated in pure gum rubber, 100 percent more than usual in tires. Six plies of cords with the resiliency of four plies and double the wear. Gillette Rubber Company, Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Tires and Tubes. (1928) Gillette Molded Tube. Companion to the great Ambassador Tire. A tube of natural cream color, so pure that it floats. A tube so resilient it is capable of stretching eight times its normal length. A tube built to give the longest and hardest service. Molded to a perfect circle. A Bear for Wear. (1928) Gillette Tires and Tubes. We pioneered and perfected the original water-cure process. This is the development that has so revolutionized the industry. Through this process and others we have achieved a perfection in tires and tubes unexcelled in vitality, stamina and endurance. A Bear for Wear. The company was founded in 1916 by Raymond B. Gillette and its primary manufacturing plant was located in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. The Gillette plant held large contracts with the General Motors Corporation and with the addition of U.S. Rubber products, became one of the world's largest suppliers of original equipment tires. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage B.F. Goodrich Tires Ads published today! (1915) The Goodrich Tire. Like the trained athlete, is all brawn and muscle - no fat. It represents an achievement - the ability to cut out the extra costs of manufacture, the extra costs of labor, of extra, needless material, and to give you the best, long-mileage, high-standard tire in the world. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Mohawk Tires Ads published today! (1959) Mohawk Storm Trac Tires. Winter tires made with power to spare, to dig deep, to grip, to hold, to get you through safely, where others spin or skid. And with it all they are whisper-quiet when streets are clear. In nylon only, black or white sidewalls, tube or tubeless. All sizes 14 inches and up. Since 1913, Manufacturers of Tires of the Highest Quality. The Mohawk Rubber Company, Akron 5, Ohio. (1929) Cord Balloon Tire. 15% less air - less tear more wear. (1930) Mohawk Flat Tread Special Balloon. Look for the buttressed shoulders - the distinguishing marks of a distinguished tire. (1930) Mohawk Hobbs Guide. Complete, accurate, unbiased touring information on all long distance travel routes. (1956) Mohawk Truck Tires. Super Chief Truck Tire. (1961) Mohawk Strato-Chief Tires. New low contour for a softer ride. Since 1913. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Kelly-Springfield Tires Ads published today! (1925) Kelly Flexible Cord Tires. The Peregrinations of the Pecks. The Pecks live in a New York suburb. Jim Peck is the head of a small but successful business. For three years the family has been talking about a trip to the Coast, and at last they are actually going. Try these new Kellys. In addition to their easy-riding qualities, they will out-mile any tire you have ever used. Kelly-Springfield Tires. (1922) Kelly Kant-Slip Cord Tires. Illustrator: L. Fellows. The element of safety is only one of the many advantages of the new Kant-Slip Cord. The same long, uninterrupted mileage that has always been our characteristic is maintained. (1925) Kelly-Springfield Flexible Cord Tires. The Peregrinations of the Pecks. At one of the New Mexican pueblos Jim Peck finds an opportunity to play good Samaritan. He started out on the trip with two spare tires... The Flexible Cord is by far the best tire Kelly has ever built. (1963) Kelly Tires. With Nylon. Citation, cited for extra mileage, safety and beauty. Celebrity, rugged strength. Prestige, 24-month road hazard guarantee. Safe Trac, economy priced. The Kelly-Springfield Tire Company, Cumberland, Md. Available also at most Sunoco Stations displaying the Kelly Sign! The Kelly-Springfield Tire Company was founded in Springfield, Ohio by Edwin Kelly and Arthur Grant in 1894. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Goodyear Tires Ads published today! (1947) Goodyear Sure-Grip Tractor Tires. Pulls better in the field. Rides smoother on the highway. Lasts longer through the years. (1963) Goodyear Spirit of America Jet. A superb product of 3 years of development. The 3-ton racer is powered by a J-47 jet engine and rides on 600mph Goodyear tires. (1942) Goodyear Chemigum. How Synthetic Rubber is made. One of a series of informative talks on a critical material. (1946) Goodyear Rayon Cord Tires. (1959) Pennsylvania Turnpike. This photograph was taken at the western end of the Sideling Hill Tunnel. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage General Tires Ads published today! (1925) General Cord Tires. General's greater freedom from internal friction is a big item in power and gasoline savings. And this persuasive appeal to your thriftiness is in all Regular Sizes as well as the 4-ply and 6-ply Balloons. Artist: Fred Mizen. (1972) Dual-Steel Radial Tires. Unique demonstration of strength. We buffed all the tread off four of our Radial tires, right down to the steel belts. Mile after mile they rode on the strength of their steel belts. No wonder this was the first polyester-and-steel radial approved by Detroit for new cars. (1956) General Nygen Tubeless Tire. Seals as it Rolls! There's a world of difference between tires that are merely puncture resistant and the Nygen Tubeless Tire which seals as it rolls. And you can withdraw the puncturing object without losing a single pound of air! The General Tire... Goes a long way to make friends. (1972) General Radial Tires. So strong we dared drive the open road on its naked steel belts. If you're a 16-21 year old driver, or know one, ask about our Youth Discount Card. General Tire. The safe-driver tire company. (1971) Scrambler. White-lettered. Belted for traction and mileage. In 60-series or 70-series. One of the General's Calibrated tires. Computer measured and matched for a smoother ride and less vibration than ever before. (1958) General Dual 90 Tires. The Nygen Tire with 2 treads. General Tire was founded in 1915 in Akron, Ohio, by William F. O'Neil. The company later diversified into a conglomerate, with holdings in tires, rubber compounds, rocketry and aeronautics, entertainment and news, and real estate. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Fisk Tires Ads published today! (1942) Chicopee Falls, Massachusetts. Time To Retire. Tire Saving Service. By setting up a Swap Ride schedule with our neighbors and fellow workers as sponsored by your local Transportation Committee we will be doing the kind of patriotic and unselfish act that will help win this war sooner. The Fisk Boy says: It's time to share every ride. Makers of the tire with the Safety Stripe Tread. Division of United States Rubber Company. (1909) Removable Rim. With the Fisk Bolted-On Tire. Mrs. Cuneo Says: "In the selection of tires for track racing, two factors are of paramount importance..." (1945) Fisk Tires Artist Howard Scott. (1944) Fisk Safety Stripe Tread Tires. (1947) Red Top Farm Tractor Tires. Gives you top traction, accomplishes more work, while you relax in the driver's seat. (1941) Fisk Safti-Flight Tire. Helps you stop quicker, gives you greater blowout protection and longer mileage. (1911) Fisk Clincher Motor Tire. For Any Rim. Heavy Car Type Construction. (1962) Premier LP Tire. With Lok-Tite. The Fisk Tire Company was an American tire company. It was one of the five large companies that dominated the US tire industry from 1920 to 1937. The company was known for its "Time to Re-Tire" tagline, featuring a young, pajama-clad boy with his right arm encircling a tire and his left hand holding a candle. The boy was designed in 1907 by Burr Giffin, an agency art director who was still awake early one morning at 3 o'clock. The next day, he presented his sketch to his manager, who liked it so much that it was made into a poster for the Fisk Company. The original painting was sent to the Metropolitan Museum of Art for restoration after the US Rubber Company acquired Fisk. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Dayton Tires Ads published today! (1927) Dayton Balloon Tires. Thorobred Balloon Cord. Tires of surpassing excellence, a tire that will give everything you ask for, and more. Also shown: Thorobred Extra-heavy Tubes. Grey or Red. The Dayton Rubber Mfg. Company, Ohio. (1979) Quadra Tires. For confidence in the crummiest driving conditions. For long wear and improved mileage potential get Quadra, the year-round radial. And feel confident, even in the crummiest driving conditions. The safety and mileage of any tire depends on inflation pressure, vehicle weight and driving conditions. (1927) Dayton Stabilized Balloon Tire. Thorobred Balloon Cord. Cheaper Miles, safer miles, smoother miles, faster miles with the Unparalleled Stabilized Balloon. Also shown: Thorobred Extra-heavy Tubes. Grey or Red. (1927) Dayton Stabilized Balloon Tires. On wheels of large diameter install our Thorobred Cords, superlative tire values that shatter all mileage records. The pioneer low air pressure cord - the first to combine comfort with safety and endurance. Also shown: Thorobred Extra-heavy Tubes. (1927) Thorobred Cord Tires. Flat, center-traction Tread, quick grip, quick release, 4 Point Contact. No slipping, skidding or shimmying. Also shown: Thorobred Extra-heavy Tubes. Grey or Red. The Dayton Rubber Company was incorporated in Ohio in May 1905 as the Dayton Rubber Manufacturing Company. The name was changed to Dayton Rubber Company in 1947 and in 1960 it changed again to become Dayco Corporation, which was a trade name for the company. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Atlas Tires Ads published today! (1965) Atlas Plycron Tire. Meet The Round Tire! It rolls at least 3,000 miles further. What makes it rounder? A rounder mold. A precision engraved mold that's within 3/1000 of an inch of perfect round. Want more miles? Make The Round Tire your tire! Sold at over 50,000 leading service stations. Atlas Supply Company. Tires. Batteries. Accessories. (1963) Atlas Tires. More control: more rubber on the road gives you up to 20 percent better skid resistance, for better steering, quicker stops. More comfort: modern tread design plus larger air chamber gives a softer, smoother ride... minimizes road noise. More mileage: new tread design and new rubber compounds give the new Plycron Tire 25 percent more mileage. (1963) Plycron Tires. Tires that give you more because they put more rubber to work! Rigid laboratory and road tests (over 7,000,000 miles!) proved the superiority of our new tires. Mentions: Plycron Cushionaire, Bucron, Weathergard and Grip-Safe. (1954) Atlas Tires with Richard L. Carlton. "I'd drive anywhere to fish" says Richard L. Carlton of Oakland, California. Robert Moore Artist. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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