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DUNLOP TIRES SIGN
#183105 Mon Apr 12 2010 05:50 PM
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I'VE NEVER SEEN A DUNLOP TIRES FLANGE SIGN LIKE THIS. IT'S COOL.

HOW ABOUT ANYONE ELSE? IS IT EARLY? ANYONE KNOW A TIME FRAME/DATE?



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Re: DUNLOP TIRES SIGN
THE AMERICAN GARAGE #183109 Mon Apr 12 2010 06:12 PM
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Cool sign there Doc!
Never seen that version but I like it.
cool

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JOSBORN #183118 Mon Apr 12 2010 07:04 PM
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Mr. Dunlop invented the pneumatic tire for a tricycle.
That one I have never seen either, but I like it.


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jkyocom #183213 Tue Apr 13 2010 04:22 PM
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That is a great looking sign there Doc. Is it a flange?


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gasoildude #183261 Tue Apr 13 2010 07:00 PM
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Very nice Doc.


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+Chris Holt #183275 Tue Apr 13 2010 08:04 PM
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Yes it is a flange at least mine is...I think they are from the late 20's Doc....mm


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Re: DUNLOP TIRES SIGN
minuteman #183291 Wed Apr 14 2010 04:32 AM
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THANKS EVERYBODY FOR YOUR INPUT!

IT'S NOT MINE. IT BELONGS TO A GUY ON AN ANTIQUE BOTTLE FORUM THAT FOUND IT WHILE DIGGING FOR BOTTLES. I JUST NEVER SAW THESE GRAPHICS AND A DUNLOP TIRES SIGN LIKE THIS. WAS THINKING IT WAS MUCH OLDER ...LIKE LATE 1800'S FOR BICYCLE TIRES AND SO ON.

BRAD, IT IS A FLANGE. YOU CAN SEE WHERE IT'S MOUNTED ALONGSIDE THE WINDOW SASH.


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THE AMERICAN GARAGE #183428 Wed Apr 14 2010 08:45 PM
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Very cool sign. Just checking to make sure my eyes where not playing tricks on me LOL wink


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