For more than 120 years, British company Castrol has been at the forefront of oil technology. Company founder Charles Wakefield launched his first vehicle engine oil in 1906, a pioneering blend of mineral and castor oils that offered unrivalled lubrication properties. Since then, and through many further innovations, Castrol oils have lubricated the beating heart of everything from speed records to Mars missions.

Interestingly, Castrol was the first company of its kind to promote its products through sponsorship, which swiftly led to advertising and merchandising. By 1946, when the iconic Castrol Classic branding was launched, Castrol offered a wide range of workshop regalia in the distinctive green, white and red colours that had been synonymous with the brand since the early 1900s.

Inspired by those products, Castrol Classic Oils has produced a range of high-quality retro merchandise, all bearing that familiar post-war branding.

The latest addition to the range is this Classic Two-Tone China Mug, which is anticipated to become a coffee break favourite in homes, workshops and offices throughout the country.

Colour-glazed with an attractive combination of green exterior and white interior, the wide-mouth design features the iconic Castrol logo on both sides. This means you will always be on-brand whether you are left- or right-handed.

Castrol Classic Oils merchandise: Classic Two-Tone China Mug

  • £8.95 plus P&P
  • Wide-mouth design with an attractive green-and-white colour glaze
  • Iconic 1946 Castrol logo on both sides
  • Free delivery on orders over £50

Castrol Classic Oils period merchandise features a range of workshop items, clothing and accessories, specifically curated to ensure there is something for every classic car owner or enthusiast. So, whether it’s destined for practical use in the garage or positioned within an attractive indoor display, Castrol’s nostalgic accessories combine retro style with no-nonsense practicality that will appeal to all.

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