Posted by: oldmarine

TEXACO PORCELAIN SIGN - Wed Nov 18 2009 08:41 AM

I have tried this before but havent got any replies so maybe it didn't post.
I have a large porcelain texaco sign about 6 feet tall by 3 ft wide with places to attach 10 different types of lubricants..Would like a picture with attached items so maybe I can find and attach the correct lubricants...any help would be appreciated...
Posted by: gasoildude

Re: TEXACO PORCELAIN SIGN - Wed Nov 18 2009 08:45 AM

Bob if you can send me a pic I will be happy to post it for you. Here is my email bradleywralston@hotmail.com smile
Posted by: Alex

Re: TEXACO PORCELAIN SIGN - Wed Nov 18 2009 09:17 AM

Hi Bob. I have one of those. I will post a picture tonight. they are holders to place different grease guns on. The grease guns were stamped with Texaco on them. The bottom one is a single holder for a can of home lubricant. I don't have the grease guns, but do have the holders in mine. My guess is they were an advertising piece to be put in the showrooms. Although I have seen a couple of the grease guns and they lok like they worked, so maybe it was functional as well as advertising. I think there is a picture of one in the Texaco collector's handbook.
Posted by: oldmarine

Re: TEXACO PORCELAIN SIGN - Wed Nov 18 2009 09:37 AM

tks--will do that