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Any association with All Proof oil? [Re: Steve S]
TimVipond Offline


Registered: 12/19/06
Posts: 1049
Loc: Sugar Land, TX
Don't thinks so. I think the chronology was Ammo's (Al's fighter pilot nickname)
Oil, Amzoil and finally Amsoil after a lawsuit lost by Pennzoil. I heard Redline was founded by ex-Amsoil employees.
Tell us about All Proof.
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#905747 - 05/22/07 04:45 AM Re: Any association with All Proof oil? [Re: TimVipond]
TimVipond Offline


Registered: 12/19/06
Posts: 1049
Loc: Sugar Land, TX
Wilkapedia has "Other early synthetic motor oils included All-Proof, a 10W-50 polyolester-based motor oil introduced in 1970" Also had a temperature limit of 700F.

I also found this from:http://www.pashnit.com/forum/showthread.php?t=9877

Ok, so here is the history lesson of why RedLine is #1. What they don't say is it started out as a small company called "All Proof", how do I know that? I knew the original founder Pete Filice.


Since 1979, the privately-held Red Line Synthetic Oil Corporation has grown to manufacture over 80 quality products, including motor oils, gear oils, assembly lubes, fuel additives, and its popular WaterWetter cooling additive for the automotive, motorcycle, marine, and industrial markets. Based in Benicia, California, the company earned a reputation with racers and enthusiasts alike for creating products that perform and protect better than any on the market, regardless of price.

Originally founded by president Tim Kerrigan and Peter Filice (retired) to produce lubricants for the racing industry, Red Line Oil now distributes a diverse line of products in North America, Europe, Australia, and Japan.

Developing and marketing among the most sophisticated lubricants in the world, Red Line’s products are designed to literally outperform for the task at hand. In 1986, the addition of Cornell-degreed Roy Howell as chief chemist brought Red Line Synthetic Oil Corporation into a league of its own, with a knowledge of available technologies, an ability to respond to technical challenges, and the ability to satisfy the needs of the performance industry.

Red Line Oil’s team of chemists and blenders formulate fully-synthetic oils and chemically-advanced additives using only the world’s finest base stocks. This makes Red Line Oil the premium product on the shelf. It’s not designed to be the cheapest—it’s built to be the best. Rather than cutting costs by blending into polyalphaolefin base stock for its motor oil, Red Line Oil only uses superior poly ester-based products—resulting in lubricants that are extremely stable at high temperatures while providing superior film strength at lower viscosities where more power can be produced.

The world’s top racing teams and most discriminating enthusiasts use Red Line Oil products exclusively. There may be a different sponsor on the outside, but chances are its Red Line Oil on the inside.

http://www.redlineoil.com.au/history.asp


Wow, Tim said, " I heard Redline was founded by ex- Amsoil employees." He also knew the original founder of Redline Oil, Pete Filice.

Well Tim, what can you tell us about Pete Filice, we wouldn't want you to say anything that might be PROPRIETARY.
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