Sun Feb 24 2013 21:07:57 GMT+0000 (Coordinated Universal Time)
1939 Dodge Airflow tank truck. This streamlined tank truck connected local Texaco service stations to a larger national distribution network. Each of America's competing oil companies had a branded fleet of trucks that took gasoline from refineries to its retail service stations. Even independently operated stations had to buy gasoline from a big oil company's refinery.