whitewall tire

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white·wall tire

(wīt′wôl′, hwīt′-)
A vehicular tire having a white sidewall.
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Here are some products to try: Simple Green, any oxygen bleach, whitewall tire cleaner, AlumKlean by WSI, or a mixture of 1/3 cup of a strong household detergent and 2/3 cup of TSP cleaner.
Products that fall into the exterior segment include presoaks, wash soaps, wash and wax, whitewall tire cleaners, engine cleaners/degreasers, windshield washers and windshield care products, drying aids, foaming drying aids, car polishes and tire dressing.
Martin was the first manufactured six-inch whitewall tire, sometimes called the `gangster whitewall' tire.
The Monza was equipped with bucket seats, fancy wheel covers and narrow-band whitewall tires. It also came with a four-speed manual gearbox instead of the more traditional "three-on-the-tree" manual used by Ford and Chrysler.
I liked the looks of the narrow whitewall tires that were on the truck when I bought it, but they were way too rotten to drive on.
It includes the same premium standard features as the Indian Chief Classic, and sports the same iconic design elements like valanced fenders, laced wheels, whitewall tires, tank-mounted instrument cluster and extensive chrome finishes throughout.
One even took on an upscale look, with wire wheels, whitewall tires, and a chrome instrument panel.
the engine, whitewall tires, no padding on the dashboard, the car I
They have all manner of decorated buses, wild colors, whitewall tires, fully reclining seats.
Made of steel, iron, and chrome, these marvelous beasts--and all American cars--weighed in at 1.5 to more than 2.5 tons and looked great with oversize whitewall tires. Several came with the option of a locking gas cap operated by an electronic button on the dash, a feature that would prove valuable in the fuel-short years ahead when gas thieves armed with siphon tubes would become a national problem.
For example, in one of her most striking images, "Delahaye in Death Valley," a bright red car with gleaming chrome and bold whitewall tires sits atop a leopard pattern with an elegant woman shown in a long, flowing sand-colored dress, a broad-brimmed sunhat and a leopard-patterned umbrella.