- This is the Famous 1969 Hess Amerada Tanker, It was given out to all employees to anounce the new Merger of Hess and Amerada.

Hess 1969 Hess Amerada


1969 Amerada Hess Tanker

According to Hess his truck was produced to celebrate the merger of Hess Oil and Chemical with Amerada Petroleum. The truck was based upon the 1968 Oil Tanker toy truck, the primary differences being that the name Amerada Hess appears on the body and rear of the tanker. The truck featured working headlights and taillights, and a flexible hose. In 1969, the truck was mailed to the home of each and every Amerada Hess employee as a holiday gift. The Box for this truck is unmistakable as it's picture on the 2 sides and rear are unlike any of the other tankers boxes. This truck box also states the "Home Office Woodbridge Nj." the same as the 1969 Christmas issue truck You might also take note to the fact that this is the only truck in Hess Toy Truck history that does not have a Hess Logo on the Cab Doors.




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