Texas Firestone Stores (page 2)

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Fort Stockton, TX
This Firestone building and signs appear to be from the 1950s or 1960s. Wiest Tire has only been here since 1980. [map]

former Firestone
Fort Worth, TX
This Firestone building was constructed in 1930 as part of Fort Worth's Automobile Row. In 1999, the building was converted into a community center for the luxury apartments next door. For more, see these websites: 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. [map]

Firestone [gone]
Grand Saline, TX
Houston, TX
This tire dealer or service garage in Grand Saline had been closed for many years but this Firestone sign remained until 2022.

This Firestone location in Houston still has a neon sign. The building is nothing special. I don't believe there are any other neon Firestone signs in Houston. [map]

River Oaks Tire & Auto [gone]
Houston, TX
The River Oaks Tire & Auto Goodyear location was built in 1970 as a Firestone store. In 2019, the building was demolished.


San Angelo, TX
This Firestone location in San Angelo has a small bowtie sign installed on the side of the building and a plastic pole-mounted sign. These plastic signs are rarer than the older neon signs. [map]

former Firestone
Tyler, TX


This former Firestone store was designed by James P. Baugh and built in 1929. It originally housed the Jenkins-Harvey Super Service Station and Garage. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. By 1940, the building was operating as a "Firestone Auto Supply and Service Store." The building was repainted around 2017. [map]

Waco, TX
These Firestone signs are installed at City Tire & Battery. I don't know if these smaller single pole bowtie signs (on the left) are older than the larger, two-pole variety or if the size was determined by the size of the location or how much the franchise wanted to spend. The sign on the right appears to be modern. It was installed sometime after 2019. [map]

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