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Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. of Canada, Ltd.; Hamilton ON

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Name: Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. of Canada, Ltd.; Hamilton ON    (CDN)  
Abbreviation: firestone
Products: Model types Others
Summary:

Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. of Canada, Ltd.
Hamilton, Ontario (1919)

The Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. of Acron Ohio set up a plant in Hamilton, Ontario in 1919. Production of rubber products began in 1922.

It is not known at this time if there was complete assembly of Firestone radios in Canada or if they were only partly assembled there to meet import rules.

Founded: 1919
Closed: 1988
History:

This manufacturer was suggested by Tom Seeger.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
CDN  47 4-A-10 12SA7  The Canadian Firestone model 4-A-10 is a 5-tube table radio for standard broadcast recepti... 
CDN  54 4A90 12SA7  The Firestone model 4A90 is a 5-tube AC/DC table radio for broadcast reception. Same schem... 
CDN  54 4A91 12SA7  The Firestone model 4A91 is a 5-tube AC/DC table radio for broadcast reception. Same schem... 
CDN  54 4-C-24 Ch= 120-4-P64U 1T4  The Firestone model 4-C-24 is a 5-tube line or battery powered portable radio for broadcas... 
CDN  52 4-B-64 Ch=120-1-M90 6BA6  The Firestone 4-B-64 is a 6-tube car radio for 6 volt automobiles. Has vibrator type B+ po... 

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