70s Golden Driller Oil Rig Tulsa Oklahoma t-shirt Small

Chest 16 in.

Length 25 in.

Content: 50% Polyester 50% Cotton

Tag Brand: Bantams

This classic, vintage tee features a graphic of the Golden Driller, a 75-foot-tall statue in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The first rendition of the Golden Driller was erected in honor of the 1952 International Petroleum Expo. After its extremely enthusiastic reception, a permanent version of the Golden Driller was erected for the next Expo and, afterward, that version of the statue was permanently installed in front of the Tulsa Expo Center. The Golden Driller is one of the tallest status in the United States. Its belt buckle originally read "mid-continent" but was changed to say "Tulsa" around the same time it was adopted as the state monument in the 70s. In 2020, the statue was decorated to look like a caricature of Elon Musk, as part of Tulsa's bid to be the location of a new Tesla, Inc. factory.

Fits like a modern unisex adult small. This shirt is very soft and thin with a repair on the front below the graphic, see pics.


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