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  • Sheel Kumar Patil

    10 Weird Features Of Old Cars (concept cars, cars, car features) - ODDEE

  • Chris Paluszewski

    Old School Cool: Illuminated tires developed by Goodyear, 1961. Photo by Douglas Miller

  • S.V.M. Enari-Potter

    LIFE Magazine - 'Illuminated Tyres were invented in 1961 by tyre giant Goodyear.. They just stuck some brightly lit bulbs inside the wheel rim and managed to grab a spot in the dumbest invention of the 20th Century!'

  • Karen Brill

    Illuminated tyres 1961. A woman adjusts her stocking by the light of the Goodyear's illuminated tires. The tire is made from a single piece of synthetic rubber and is brightly lit by bulbs mounted inside the wheel rim.

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