Page 3rd Cover: of Maritime Reporter Magazine (July 15, 1983)

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New Mobilgard 450 means reduced engine wear and cleaner engines now...and in the future.

Mobilgard 450! A fourth generation marine diesel engine oil with a 13.5 TBN! Acid neutralization has never been higher, so engine wear has never been lower and engines have never been cleaner.

What's more, Mobilgard 450 has superior alkalinity retention, higher detergent/dispersant qualities, is extremely stable at high temperatures, and exceeds

API-CD performance. Result: money saved in parts, maintenance, scheduled downtime, and overall operating costs. And that's right now. Today!

But what about tomorrow? Those tugs, towboats and ferries, with their advanced, high-output diesel engines, are destined for continuous tough duty. What if you have to go to fuels with higher sulfur content?

Look at the chart and relax: continued high- protection performance, far and above that provided by third generation oils, even with the dirtiest fuels. And we're talking experience... not experiments. Mobilgard 450 has logged more than a million engine operating hours worldwide, with results persuasive enough to encourage a growing number of equipment builder endorsements.

Shouldn't you put Mobilgard 450 in your picture, starting now? Write today: Mr. I. Kershaw, Mobil Oil

Corporation, 3225 Gallows Road, Fairfax, VA 22037.

We'll send you additional information PLUS a reproduction of this original watercolor. 'Available east of the Rockies ® 1983 Mobil Oil Corporation

If we can't save you money, we don't deserve your business 59 Write 803 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter

First published in 1881 Maritime Reporter is the world's largest audited circulation publication serving the global maritime industry.