Two sides of a postcard.
Look at the cancelization on the stamp.
NICE photo! They look like treadless white.
Thank you for sharing.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
What do you think? Are these tires white or gray?
I'd be one to say they were a pale gray oe what could be called 'dirty white' as I'm still of the opinion that tires were never white/white to begin with in the era. They were just too expensive to begin with (about 2-3 times what they cost today in real money) and to find a way to bleach out the actual rubber would have just cost even more $$$$. But thats just my thought.
They appear to be about as white as the lady's skin, but not as white as the ruffles on her sleeves. "Dirty white" or "off-white" perhaps, maybe slightly beige.
Hubba Hubba, No wonder Lee tires sold well! I've heard advertisements for Lee tires being sold at Signal Oil stations during the Whistler in the 40's I think.
Is that trade mark the man in the moon?
those tire would be worth a fortune today, since we have just found out they will no longer be made.....
Are white treaded tires a modern concession to usefulness?
The tires look like they're wrapped in paper (?)