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Chevron Supreme (Chevron, 1948)
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Town and Country
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Lithograph 16" x 22" --- 750 $85.00
Chevron Supreme (Chevron, 1948)
Gas station researched by the artist.  1948 Chrysler Town and Country convertible; 1948 Plymouth coupe; GMC cab, Heil tank trailer.

Artist Notes:
"In 1946, Standard Oil of California adopted a new program to expand distribution through a widespread establishment of independent dealers, with a new cream, green and burgundy color scheme. Dealer stations were converted to Chevron Gas Stations along with new brands of fuel: Chevron and Chevron Supreme."

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