The Texas Fuel Company was not set up to drill wells or to produce crude oil. To accomplish this, Cullinan organized the Producers Oil Company in 1902 as a group of investors affiliated with The Texas Fuel Company. Men like John W. ("Bet A Million") Gates invested in "certificates of interest" to an amount of almost ninety thousand dollars. Future restructuring would merge Producers Oil Company and The Texas Fuel Company as Texaco when the company needed additional funding which J.W. Gates.
For many years, Texaco was the only company selling gasoline under the same brand name in all 50 US states, as well as Canada, making it the most truly national brand among its competitors.
The early 1900's began the American love affair with petroleum, automobiles, and mechanical performance in general.
We may not all agree which make or model of car or truck is the best. But the one thing all of us car people have in common is the need for oil to keep our babies running smoothly.
In that mold, we have designed this incredible recreation of a classic Texaco sign in our signature embossed style... taking something old and making in new again. Adding this 22 x 22 inch piece of stainless steel and aluminum is sure to stand out in your garage, man-cave, or bar and ensure your automotive sanctuary is a cut above the rest.
- 22"H x 22"W
- Weight: 9 lbs
- 24 Gauge Stainless Steel Construction
- Solid Aluminum Backer
- Saw-tooth Easy Mount Cutout