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#3175812 - 11/02/13 06:30 AM A bit of history - Motor Oil Packaging Design
Alfa_Hadera Offline


Registered: 11/17/10
Posts: 36
Loc: Israel
A link to a Petrolicious article on Motor Oil Packaging featuring some realy admirable designs of old time. Does anyone personaly remember any one of these oils or have actually got to use them? What about the companies? What happened to them?

http://www.petrolicious.com/typographical-oil-can-inspiration
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#3175837 - 11/02/13 07:28 AM Re: A bit of history - Motor Oil Packaging Design [Re: Alfa_Hadera]
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I like the Pennsylvania oil can all the way at the bottom. Good find Alfa!
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#3175939 - 11/02/13 09:10 AM Re: A bit of history - Motor Oil Packaging Design [Re: 79sunrunner]
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Hello, I LOVE the Panatela can. The design could be used for a perfume bottle. Kira

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#3177068 - 11/03/13 10:26 AM Re: A bit of history - Motor Oil Packaging Design [Re: Alfa_Hadera]
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Oh my, I have this in the cupboard at the cottage:



HAHHAHAA!
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#3189614 - 11/16/13 04:13 PM Re: A bit of history - Motor Oil Packaging Design [Re: Alfa_Hadera]
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This one must have been the "AMSOIL" of its day

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#3219144 - 12/17/13 02:54 AM Re: A bit of history - Motor Oil Packaging Design [Re: RF Overlord]
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Originally Posted By: RF Overlord
This one must have been the "AMSOIL" of its day




Marvel Mystery Oil has not changed much

Im talking the label




Edited by David1 (12/17/13 02:55 AM)
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