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Old 09-11-2014, 11:21 PM   #1
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No more bland tire covers!

Hey, just saw these on another site!
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Is that called art?
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Is that called art?
I think it has to be on an AIRSTREAM to be even considered "art".

Seemed a quaint idea. A "covered wagon" spoked wheel. As a former motorcyclist wanderer, it struck a chord.... To each his own.

Some folks name their AS... Why not have a nice forest or desert sceen like a tumbleweed or cactus printed on the cover? What about WBCCI numbers? Would be an option to putting numbers on the front and rear or on a shingle.

We are going to make our own out of heavy picnic table print... Maybe watermelons or checkerboard? Or little "Wally" Smiley faces???
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