The Oil Derrick No. 455 was another accessory that used a thermal switch. This time it moved the pump arm up and down, and a light concealed in the base caused the tube to bubble from its heat to simulate oil. Produced from 1950 until 1954, it has an ORANGE generator unit and came with four aluminum oil barrels that were placed in a rack.
The A Variation has a RED painted "A Frame" at the top of the tower and is considerably harder to find. This oil derrick was made by MPC during the Modern Era under the number 2305 in 1981-84, with signs that said "Getty Oil" instead of the "Sunoco" brand that was used during the post-war era.
Dimensions: 14-1/2 inches high, 9-1/4 inches long, 5-1/2 inches wide.