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Vintage STP Oil and Gas Treatment Advertisement 1950-1960's

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This is an advertisement for STP that probably came from a mechanic's garage. It would have been hung on your car as it was being worked on, so that Mr. Larry with the Magic Fingers wouldn't scratch up your nifty paint job with his tools or his unnecessarily over-sized Texas Ranger-esq belt buckle! You as the mechanically inept customer, who relied on Larry's know-how of all things metallic and oily would point at this advertisement and say, "Is it true...?" Larry would grunt, and then you would squeal with delight, pull all the money out of your wallet, and yell, "HOW MUCH WILL THIS BUY!!!"

On the front side it says, "WE RECOMMEND STP", and on the back it says, "STP OIL TREATMENT -- Add to your oil -- Makes your engine run longer, smoother, quieter" and "STP GAS TREATMENT -- Add to your gasoline -- You can FEEL the difference"

It's hard to tell in the photos, but the top and back side (as I referred to it above) have noticeable sun discoloration / less vibrance. The top seams also have damage from dry cracking and folding, but overall it is very sturdy. There are minor signs of wear and imperfections from use on all of the panels that you can see when zooming in on the pictures. The underside feels like rubber, and is woven.

The whole thing is 38 1/4" long.
The front panel is 12 1/4" high.
The back panel is 8" high.
The top is 4 1/2" wide.

Vintage STP Oil and Gas Treatment Advertisement 1950-1960's


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: Rubber, Ink
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 570 reviews
  • Listed on Aug 3, 2012