Valley was a southwest-based regional marketer that was affiliated with Malco of Roswell, Arizona. For a time, Valley was operated as Malco's secondary brand.
Valvoline was a Pennsylvania-based lubricants manufacturer that had a limited gasoline marketing operation in its producing area. The company was eventually acquired by Ashland, and the Valvoline brand of oil is known worldwide.
Veltex was the brand name used by the Idaho-based Fletcher Oil Co., which still has a limited operation in the Pacific northwest region. This map dates from 1951.
This Veltex map dates from the mid-Fifties.
Vickers Petroleum was a Kansas-based refiner and marketer, and had a fairly strong presence in the midwest.
This 1974 Vickers map has a distinctly early-Seventies appearance — look at those bell-bottoms!
The design of this road map is identical to that used by Amoco to celebrate the United States' bicentennial in 1976. In fact, Amoco originated the design. In addition to its own road maps, the design was chosen by Citgo and Vickers for their bicentennial road maps. Vickers was purchased by Total in the early Eighties, and most stations eventually were rebranded to the Total name.