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Texaco! Download Vintage Full-Size High Resolution Images! 79 Magazine Ads in this package.

Products include: (1911) Havoline Motor Oils. Lubricates: Burns Cleanly. Write for Booklet. "The Common Sense of Automobile Lubrication." Indian Refining Co. (1937) Havoline Distilled Motor Oil. It cannot form hard carbon. It is waxfree and tarfree. (1949) Texaco Texamatic Transmission Fluid. (1961) Texaco Toy Tanker North Dakota. 27" authentic scale model. Made of durable styrene plastic. (1945) A Visit To James Melton's Jaloppy Museum. Ford with the fringe on top, Fiat limousine. (1944) New Texaco Super-Fuel Concentrates are so powerful no engine has yet been built to use them effectively. (1968) Jack Benny loves to use his Texaco Credit Card. (1938) Sunset At Cannon Beach, Oregon. (1974) Texaco Farm Service Wholesaler. Trust us to have your machines ready when your crops are. (1955) Driverless Tractors Save Labor. How one man can operate a combine... and drive a "Cat" by remote controls. Photos: Lou Sheffels, wheat farmer of Wilbur, Washington. It pays to farm with Texaco Products. Arnold Danzer has developed a number of "labor savers" including a novel dumo wagon for his farm near Carroll, Iowa. Popular Texaco Distributor Sam Hyland provides neighborly service. Lou Sheffels chats with Texaco Consignee J. G. Stephenson of Wilbur, Washington, who has just delivered Texaco Diesel Chief. Texaco Petroleum Products are Manufactured and Distributed in Canada by McColl-Frontenac Oil Company Limited. (1955) Photo: Maurice F. Granville, Chairman, Texaco, Inc. (1972) Texaco's Instant Guide to Grand Prix Racing. Photos: Team Lotus Pit Crew. Emerson Fittipaldi, winner of the world driver's championship, in his Texaco-fueled Formula I. (1980) Texaco Trying To Get Oil From Stone. (1980) Texaco's Research Producing Car Parts. (1986) Lead-Free Gasoline. Gasohol can't replace gasoline, but alcohol made from corn and other renewable crops could be a way to stretch our supply of gasoline. (2000) Havoline Extended Life Anti-Freeze / Coolant. So technologically advanced, it lasts up to five times longer than conventional coolants. And More!

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Texaco! Download Vintage Full-Size High Resolution Images! 79 Magazine Ads in this package. Products include: (1911) Havoline Motor Oils. Lubricates: Burns Cleanly. Write for Booklet. "The Common Sense of Automobile Lubrication." Indian Refining Co.
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