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whitewall

(ˈwaɪtˌwɔːl)
n
(Automotive Engineering) a pneumatic tyre having white sidewalls

white•wall

(ˈʰwaɪtˌwɔl, ˈwaɪt-)

n.
an automobile tire with a white sidewall.
[1950–55]
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Meet him at Whitewall Galleries in Derby on Saturday, September 7, from 4pm to 6pm.
- curtain and rail system for therapy rooms, 3 560 x 2 700 mm 15 pcs, - blackout 6 hours, - screen, 3 500 x 1 800 mm 30 pcs, - mirror, 500 x 1 000 mm 22 pcs, - hanging board 1 200 x 1 200 mm whitewall / pin board 120 pcs, - wall absorber 1 200 x 1 200 mm, 120 pcs, - floor door stopper 180 pcs.
Doug Hyde is taking his Summer of Love collection on a tour of Whitewall galleries around the country, including its premises at the Fenwick store in Northumberland Street, Newcastle.
Doug Hyde is taking his Summer of Love collection on a tour of Whitewall galleries around the country including its premises at the Fenwick store in Northumberland Street.
This meant gas-tank-draining V-8 power, automatic transmissions, radios, whitewall tires and even heaters and defrosters in some cases were passed over, while mom and dad scrimped and saved to come up with a sufficient down payment to satisfy the bank or finance company.
Members of the public will get the chance to see his paintings and sculptures at Whitewall Galleries across the North.
It started on Friday in Newcastle before moving on to York, then to Harrogate's Whitewall Gallery today.
Founded in 1914, Vogue is credited with the invention of the Whitewall Tyre, a design that put the company on the map.
Other changes include 17-inch aluminium alloy wheels for the SE trim level, and 18-inch alloy wheels with a multicolour design meant to reference the U ltima EdiciaAn's combination of steel wheels, hubcaps, and whitewall tyres.
The 1979 model has been resprayed and features upgraded wheels with whitewall tyres.
There would be the whitewall tyres, the eight-port front fenders with hooded headlights and enough chrome to warp the entire reflected world into gnarly absurdity - yes, a Buick Roadmaster.