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