The Shelby Promoter, 1938 - The Northwest Refining Company from Cut Bank opened a new bulk plant in Shelby Montana, featuring Grizzly gasoline, which is widely accepted by motorists in northern Montana, and is made entirely from Montana crude oil.
Location of the new plant is south of the railroad tracks, directly across from the Sullivan Hotel. A. J. Wilcox is the distributor of the gasoline.
This company was sold to Carter Oil a subsidiary of Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey in 1944.
Grizzly Gasoline which resided in Montana in 1938. This authentic looking reproduction is made from 22 gauge metal and comes predrilled. Ready for hanging for that wow factor.