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Sinclair Oil Corporation

The Sinclair Dino

Dino was born to express the fact Sinclair oil came from Pennsylvania crude oil, which was millions of years old.

We love memories and photos like these!
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We love memories and photos like these!

Wonderful shot of a Sinclair station in Fort Worth, Texas, by Instagram's @jellymatic. What do you think?

Wonderful shot of a Sinclair station in Fort Worth, Texas, by Instagram's @jellymatic. What do you think?

Get out and experience American's Hometown Fill-Up!

Get out and experience American's Hometown Fill-Up!

Now this is flying in style! Make sure to follow us on Instagram! @sinclairmemories or post your own Sinclair pics and tag us at #sinclairmemories.
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Now this is flying in style! Make sure to follow us on Instagram! @sinclairmemories or post your own Sinclair pics and tag us at #sinclairmemories.

In honor of INDY 500 this weekend, our Sinclair Friend posted this amazing photo from his collection!
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In honor of INDY 500 this weekend, our Sinclair Friend posted this amazing photo from his collection!

Check it out! "Beautiful certificate from the Consolidated Oil Corporation issued in 1932. This historic document was printed by the American Banknote company and has an ornate border around it with a vignette of an allegorical woman leaning against a lion. This item has the signatures of the Company's President and Secretary and is over 75 years old."

Check it out! "Beautiful certificate from the Consolidated Oil Corporation issued in 1932. This historic document was printed by the American Banknote company and has an ornate border around it with a vignette of an allegorical woman leaning against a lion. This item has the signatures of the Company's President and Secretary and is over 75 years old."

Sinclair Friends are the Best of Friends!

Sinclair Friends are the Best of Friends!

We love Dino Soap!

We love Dino Soap!

Check out this ad from 1934!  “One gallon of Sinclair H-C Gasoline could actually hoist the Empire State Building 1 ¾ inches – is all its potential energy could be fully utilized. Every gallon of powerful, new H-C has a potential of 99 million foot-pounds of work. Ask the Sinclair dealer for his booklet explaining foot-pounds and the power in the new H-C”  Enjoy your weekend Sinclair Friends!

Check out this ad from 1934! “One gallon of Sinclair H-C Gasoline could actually hoist the Empire State Building 1 ¾ inches – is all its potential energy could be fully utilized. Every gallon of powerful, new H-C has a potential of 99 million foot-pounds of work. Ask the Sinclair dealer for his booklet explaining foot-pounds and the power in the new H-C” Enjoy your weekend Sinclair Friends!

Dino soap given away at Sinclair gas stations.

Dino Soap!

Dino Soap giveaway from Sinclair gas stations.

Sinclair Station in Alamo, Nevada!

Sinclair Station in Alamo, Nevada!

Check out this Sinclair Oil Warehouse, in Sterling! "Originally the Sinclair warehouse on Bay Street in downtown Brunswick, and was moved to this location in Sterling by Sam Friedman in 1975. Its original construction is circa 1940."
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Check out this Sinclair Oil Warehouse, in Sterling! "Originally the Sinclair warehouse on Bay Street in downtown Brunswick, and was moved to this location in Sterling by Sam Friedman in 1975. Its original construction is circa 1940."

From The Mesozoic Times, “The Dinosaur Exhibit built by the Sinclair Refining Company at the 1933 World’s Fair in Chicago is the first attempt to recreate out-of-doors a portion of the earth’s surface as it existed 100 million years ago. The huge beast shown on the card is a Brontosaurus. He bulked 40 tons in life and was 70 feet long.” This postcard from 1933 is a true treasure!

From The Mesozoic Times, “The Dinosaur Exhibit built by the Sinclair Refining Company at the 1933 World’s Fair in Chicago is the first attempt to recreate out-of-doors a portion of the earth’s surface as it existed 100 million years ago. The huge beast shown on the card is a Brontosaurus. He bulked 40 tons in life and was 70 feet long.” This postcard from 1933 is a true treasure!

We love Sinclair Memorabilia! What do you this of this Antique Sinclair Motor Oil Can?

We love Sinclair Memorabilia! What do you this of this Antique Sinclair Motor Oil Can?