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I do not remember gas that cheap, but when it was 33 cents a gallon I had the family station wagon and ran out of gas right by a service station. The two guys with me helped me push it up to the gas pumps. We checked our pockets and came up with 50 cents. Bought 50 cents worth of gas and were on our way. LOL Those were the days.
I remember getting a free drinking glass or silverware with a fill up. The Texaco station gave S&H Green Stamps and the Sinclair station gave Plaid stamps
I go back to 3 gallons of gas for a buck. Cheapest I can remember.
Anyone remember what S&H stood for?
PG, I remember that sign now.
Must have been one of the other stations in town with the plaid stamps.
I’ll ask my brother next time we talk. We almost always play “do you remember?” Or “whatever happened to . . .”
The plaid ones were Top Value stamps.
With the elephant
Nope, Plaid Stamps.
I never know there were TWO redemption stampd with a plaid theme.
Found the pics on eBay.
Hmm, before my time old boy...
Most stations had only two grades back then regular and ethyl. Texaco called them Fire Chief and Sky Chief
Sperry & HutchisonI go back to 3 gallons of gas for a buck. Cheapest I can remember.
Anyone remember what S&H stood for? Highlight below if not.
Sperry & Hutchinson.