In the beginning of automobiles chassis and motors needed a lot of lubrication to keep them moving down the road.  Service stations bought oil and grease in bulk quantities and then dispensed via oil carts, lubesters, and lube centers made by companies such as Tokhiem, Wayne, and G&B.  These items were brightly decorated in most cases as they were customer-facing either at the fuel island or where the cars received heavier maintenance.  We restore them to brand new condition and can customize – check out the VonDutch lubester – to suit your decor.

Making The Old Look New Again!