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Gillette Tires. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (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. Enjoy these vintage ads for Gillette Tires while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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