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Products include: (1920) Goodrich Silvertown Cord Tires. America's First Cord Tire. Founded 1870. (1921) Goodrich Anti-Skid Silvertown Cords. Tire Prices reduced 20 per cent! (1970) BFG Lifesaver Radials. Anonymous Police. (1935) Goodrich Safety Silvertown. "A Black Panther Isn't Half as Treacherous as a Blow-out!" say Frank Buck. (1935) Play Safe With Silvertowns! "I'll never joke about a blow-out again" says Bud Fisher, Famous Creator of Mutt and Jeff. (1943) "In 1940 they sold thousands of Silvertowns made with more than half their rubber synthetic," said the Grand Union maintenance man to the WAAC. A list of a few of the companies that bought Ameripol tires in 1940 and 1941. (1949) BFG Premium Silvertown. BFG Extra-Cushion, Silvertown and BFG Defiance. Letters from R. J. Morissette, Ogdensburg, NY., R. Harris of Chester, Pa., Taxi-Owner D. J. Sanders of Junction City, Kansas. You get more with BF Goodrich because BFG research leads the way. (1962) BFG Big Edge Silvertown Tire. Every Silvertown has extra miles - lot's of 'em - built right into its big, broad-shouldered edges. (1942) In war or peace: How to make your tires last longer. Artist: Walter Richards. (1972) Lifesaver T/A. The Tough American Radial. John Greenwood races his Corvette on the same tires you can buy for your car. (1979) All-Terrain Radials. What we learn in racing goes into each new generation of T/As. To give you durability, improved handling and straighter tracking. So ride with the raised white letters that spell the name of number one. (1973) B.F. Goodrich Lifesaver Radial T/A Tire. Challenge Series. A complete race series for domestic and foreign sub compact street sedans: Pinto, Gremlin, Toyota, Datsun, BMW, Vega. The beat choice for the street, Car and Driver. In 1972 we signed John Greenwood to run our street radials internationally on his team of Corvettes. The T/A 50. Our experience at LeMans showed would improve wet skid characteristics. The T/A 60 with Fiber B. At tracks like Watkins Glen we saw a need for a lighter tire, a stronger tire. Fiber B. A new product from DuPont. Lifesaver Radial T/A. Because there's a little bit of Daytona in everybody's neighborhood. (1971) The street tire that took on the street tires. And won. It was at an IMSA-GT race in Danville, Virginia. Byron Morris and Clint Abernethy, co-driving a BMW, were riding on BFG Lifesaver Radials at half their normal tread depth. (1971) B.F. Goodrich Radial T/A Tires. The street tire that took on the racing tires. And won. It was in an SCCA race at Lime Rock. The BFG Radial Tirebird, driven by Larry Dent, was riding on Radial T/A street tires with only half their normal tread depth. It has more than enough muscle for your kind of driving. You'd know that if you saw it race at Lime Rock. Or Daytona. Or Sebring. Or Watkins Glen. (1946) Silvertown Tire. Photo: Indiana State Police Car. Our new synthetics not only outlasted prewar tires, but they did better than new tires of natural rubber built to prewar specifications! The first such tires ever sold in America. (1941) Safety Silvertowns. Deluxe Silvertowns. Life-Saver Silvertowns. Photo: Cowboy and Girl. The best way to keep your car sure-footed is to put Silvertowns all around. They'll stand between you and the danger of skids and blowouts. And extra mileage is built right into every Silvertown tire. It's put there by Duramin, the discovery that keeps rubber young. (1944) B.F. Goodrich Tires. Photo: J. B. Coyle of Huntington, New York. The Lone Star Cement Company chose his car for the test tires, the tires (Silvertown) with synthetic treads that came from us. Back in 1940. Today our tires for passenger cars are all synthetic (98 percent) and are almost as good as pre-war tires. (1958) Truck Tires. Smileage! We build hundreds of different truck tires! Our dealer will help you select the one best tire for each truck wheel. (Fronts and rears may be different type tires.) Specify Tubeless or tube-type tires when ordering new trucks or trailers. (1937) Goodrich Safety Silvertown Tires. A true story by Zane Grey. Famous Author of Popular Western Thrillers. Nothing suited Edward Zachary of Hartford, Connecticut, better than to open the throttle and get away from it all... Make your next set of tires Goodrich Safety Silvertown with Life-Saver Golden Ply Blow-Out Protection. And More!
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