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This tin has great graphics on the top and even cool design on the sides and bottom. It dates back to the teens or the twenties based on the style of the car you can see driven on the lower right hand side of the tin's lid. It reads "REPAIR OUTFIT GOODRICH TIRES - Best In The Long Run - The B.F. Goodrich Company, Akron, Ohio. The graphics are black and white with trees on the left and a car speeding along on the right, no windshield, top down, and the backseat passenger's scarf blowing in the wind. Drivers probably wearing goggles and may have bugs in his teeth! The sides and bottom have the G trademark symbol in a stylized checkerboard or X kind of pattern. No doubt really once used in a garage the bottom is worn as would be expected. I saw more wear on tin cans in my husband's 1980's Exxon station, though! The lid is hinged and inside is a brassy color with instructions on how to patch the tube. No patch kit materials inside. Great for a lover of vintage cars or tins! 6 1/2" long, 2" tall, 2 1/2" wide.

Antique B.F. Goodrich Tire Repair Kit Early 1900's


  • Material: tin
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  • Listed on May 14, 2011