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1937 Texaco Advertisement . . . Growing Up We Recall one of the Tallest Buildings in the Downtown Houston Skyline was the Texaco Building :)

Texaco you can trust your car to the man who wears the star, the big bright Texaco star...sing with me....

you can trust your car to the man who wears the star..the big, bright Texaco star!

You can trust your car to the man who wears the star, the great big Texaco star.

i still say this every time i'm outside and see the first star...when I think to do it, usually while camping when the stars are brightest

Yes, I remember these gas stations! The "Attendants" would rush out to your car and while they were filling your tank, they would check your oil and wash your windows, ALL of them! Part of what put the "good" in "The Good Old Days".

Junior Scholastic Magazine - November 2, 1960 What will the man on the moon wear? How did flowing water teach a famous blind woman to "talk"? What's the world's oldest kingdom? What President was once a tailor? What's the longest completed pass ever thrown? All these answers, and more, available inside.

Not worried about the brakes as much as that huge scary red face hovering overhead

Texaco My Granddaddy had a texaco station we loved going there when we were small.

You used to have to use a can opener to punch two holes in the top of the can so you could pour it