Vintage Valvoline Motor Oil Sign: Rare 1950’s Round Porcelain Signage – VSS0217
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Vintage Valvoline Motor Oil Sign: Rare 1950’s Round Porcelain Signage
This 1950's era, vintage Valvoline Motor Oil sign, is just one of the hundreds of authentic, vintage petroliana items we have available at ArtFactory.com. This large (30 inch diameter) gas station signage was made in the USA in 1953, and is in original condition. We have over a century of experience in the antique restorations, and original vintage petroliana and Americana marketplace. This sign is in as-is, unrestored condition as we believe that all vintage porcelain signs should maintain their blemishes and character. All of our vintage signs are authentic, investment quality collectibles. We do not deal in reproductions, nor do we do offer restored porcelain signage. All of our signs are guaranteed to be authentic, and our guarantee is backed by over a century of experience in the collectible antiques marketplace.
The sign is a set on a green background with yellow lettering. Its a double sided sign that reads "ASK FOR VALVOLINE MOTOR OIL" on both sides of the sign. This sign is in excellent condition for a sign of its age. The original paint and surface are very clean on both sides except for some very light scratching. This sign ships ready to be displayed. This vintage Valvoline Motor Oil sign is perfect for any man cave, or automotive business. Call us today at 1-800-292-0008 to get a quote on this vintage Valvoline Motor Oil sign, or any of our other man cave collectibles. While this sign is ideal for hanging, we also have this Valvoline Motor Oil lollipop sign available if you prefer or require a standing display.
Valvoline Motor Oil Historical Information
1866 - Valvoline was founded by Dr. John Ellis who formulated a petroleum-based lubricant in 1866 and trademarked the Valvoline name in 1873. Unable to find any healing powers in crude oil, Dr. John Ellis changes course and develops a petroleum lubricant for steam engines running at high temperatures.
1939 - Valvoline develops a single grade oil, called X-18, that eliminates the need for 18 other specific car lubricants.
1945 - Leading up to the end of WWII, Valvoline is widely used to lubricate allied vehicles. If it’s good enough for an army fleet, you can use it in your family car.
1954 - With the economy in high gear, hot rods all the rage and people driving more often, automakers shift to the powerful overhead valve v8 engine. Valvoline responds with its all-climate oil, so people don’t have to switch oils for each season.
1965 - With America’s obsession with the speed and power of muscle cars, Valvoline introduces an oil specifically designed for racing, now called VR1.
Read More At: https://www.valvoline.com/our-story/our-history
Vintage Valvoline Motor Oil Sign Info
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