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Gasman84470, onelowrov
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#775752 03/09/2022 5:35 AM
by onelowrov
Hello. I was seeing if anyone would be able to help me out with information on this 31 inch black porcelain Wingfoot I just picked up. I’ve seen white, blue, and yellow in the past of various sizes, but never a black one. What does the different colors signify? And what would be it approximate value on this black one? I purchased it from a 35 year retired employee of Goodyear off the wall of his garage a few weeks ago. Thanks in advance
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#775756 Mar 9th a 08:31 AM
by advertologist
black wingfoot designates bicycle tires .. ... cool

value: rarer than its counterparts, significantly

worth more for that reason, condition: 2k+ ..
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#775864 Mar 12th a 02:12 AM
by Shellubrication
Goodyear archives are kept at the University of Akron. Some material has been digitized, including copies of the Wingfoot Clan employee newsletter. You may be able to find some info on their website. Cool piece and good luck!
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#775807 Mar 11th a 03:07 AM
by Urbanguy
careful, some of these Goodyear wingfoots have been reproduced.
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