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Dunlop
Ireland

It was back in 1888 that John Boyd Dunlop, a Scottish vet living in Belfast, replaced the solid tyres on his son’s tricycle with thin rubber strips, glued together and inflated with air. It was the first step along the road of a brand that was to provide some of the world’s best known and widely known products.

http://www.dunlop-tires.com/dunlop_uk/

Copyright: Marek Szarejko
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Taken: 28/05/2010
上传: 28/05/2010
更新: 19/09/2014
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