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Goodyear Airwheels Tour the Nation

1929 Buick Goodyear Airwheel Bus and American Austin Bantam

Goodyear not only built the “The World’s Largest Tire” in 1929, but it was also one of the largest tire companies in the US at the time. Its chief competitor was Firestone, and both were at the forefront of bringing new tire designs to market. The new Goodyear “Airwheel” was introduced to the public in…

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The Coffee Pot – A Roadside Attraction for Seventy Eight Years

The Lincoln Highway, one the original east-west highways stretched 3,142 miles between New York City and San Francisco in the 1920s. On the thoroughfare “Novelty Architecture,” with the structure performing its own advertising was popular.   The heavily traveled road offered an opportunity for entrepreneurs, and David Koontz originally built the eye-catching “The Coffee Pot” restaurant in 1927 for…

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