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#109614 - Tue Sep 13 2005 02:24 PM Re: Want to start to collecting old oil cans..what do i look for?
Scott Shipers Offline
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Registered: Fri Apr 18 2003
Loc: Kansas City, Missouri
Sorry for the confusion guys. I see now that in the description it does say rare orange. I thought it was a faded red. I have never seen the orange version, just the red one that has the dent he is also selling.

Email the seller to try and find out about the orange version, Craig Palmer the seller is a super nice guy.

Confused in Kansas City
Scott Shipers
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WANTED: quart picture cans

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#109615 - Tue Sep 13 2005 02:32 PM Re: Want to start to collecting old oil cans..what do i look for?
Minocqa Offline
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Registered: Mon Sep 12 2005
Loc: Loves Park, Illinois USA
will do... thanks Scott

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#109616 - Tue Sep 13 2005 02:45 PM Re: Want to start to collecting old oil cans..what do i look for?
Gary Drye Offline
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Registered: Fri Oct 13 2000
Loc: Clarksville, Tn. USA
Don, I did a little research and found an orange version in "Collecting Oil Cans". Above it is a red version and I thought I might be on to something where "1 quart net" appears on the orange can and "Therm-Charged" appears on the red can, both above the emblem. But the ebay seller's red can also has the "1 Quart Net". According to the book, the red "Thermo-Charged" is book- dated 1938 and the orange can 1946. In this time span, it is possible the "Thermo-Charged" was dropped. These two examples are the only ones of this style shown. No blue/green. The book is kinda old now and never really impressed me, but I would venture to say that there is an orange can.

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#109617 - Tue Sep 13 2005 02:47 PM Re: Want to start to collecting old oil cans..what do i look for?
Scott Shipers Offline
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Registered: Fri Apr 18 2003
Loc: Kansas City, Missouri
Gary, I will post the blue/green when I get home from work.

I'm working now (well kind of)LOL


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Scott Shipers
WANTED: quart oil cans
Kansas City, Missouri
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WANTED: quart picture cans

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#109618 - Tue Sep 13 2005 02:51 PM Re: Want to start to collecting old oil cans..what do i look for?
Minocqa Offline
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Registered: Mon Sep 12 2005
Loc: Loves Park, Illinois USA
i going to bid on it.
maybe i will get lucky and get it.
hope so anyway.
thanks for checking into this for me.

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#109619 - Tue Sep 13 2005 03:01 PM Re: Want to start to collecting old oil cans..what do i look for?
Gary Drye Offline
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Registered: Fri Oct 13 2000
Loc: Clarksville, Tn. USA
Good luck Don. Let us know if you win....or not. We are a curious bunch here!

Scott, I think I have seen the blue/green version and after reading my previous post, it may have appeared, by my comment, it did not exist because it was not in that book. There is a LOT of cans not in the book. I think there is a Volumn 2 that has been published. I know there is a blue/green version and a posting for others to see would be great...after you get off work (well, kind of). LOL

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#109620 - Tue Sep 13 2005 03:50 PM Re: Want to start to collecting old oil cans..what do i look for?
Minocqa Offline
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Registered: Mon Sep 12 2005
Loc: Loves Park, Illinois USA
i sure will let you know if i win or not
i think it would a good first can to buy.

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#109621 - Tue Sep 13 2005 05:45 PM Re: Want to start to collecting old oil cans..what do i look for?
djhubba Offline
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Registered: Fri Jan 24 2003
Loc: Seattle WA
Hi Don, welcome to your new addiction. Buying quarts is addicting..heck..all gas and oil is addicting
Here is a link to some of the quarts I am selling..good luck if you bid.
http://cgi3.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewUserPage&user***ethylburner
or look at auction # 7182864130 and then my other auctions because I am selling alot of cans to make room for stuff.
if you bid..please do through oldgas by putting the auction number in the searchbox..that way oldgas gets a small commission. Have a great day.

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#109622 - Tue Sep 13 2005 06:21 PM Re: Want to start to collecting old oil cans..what do i look for?
Scott Shipers Offline
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Registered: Fri Apr 18 2003
Loc: Kansas City, Missouri
Here is a picture of the green RPM quart. Good luck Don and as Hubba said welcome to the site.
Also their is a quart can book on this site that you can buy if you check the area that says Bookstore.


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Scott Shipers
WANTED: quart oil cans
Kansas City, Missouri

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WANTED: quart picture cans

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#109623 - Tue Sep 13 2005 08:39 PM Re: Want to start to collecting old oil cans..what do i look for?
Dick Bennett Offline
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Registered: Wed Oct 25 2000
Loc: Santa Paula, Calif
I can remove the bottom/top of cans, remove MOST of the dents then re-seal/lid [I have some N.O.S. tops/bottoms, also new plain lids] the cans. 4oz, 1qt, 1gal [6 1/2"dia.] & 5qt cans.
I have done several for Craig Palmer, and a few for others on this site.
db
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Reproduction/Fantasy Cans
http://i124.photobucket.com/albums/p2/oldegaspump/AllCansMASTERTHUMBNAIL_zps4bfdbbc7.jpg
Rnd Can Re-lids


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#109624 - Wed Sep 14 2005 02:06 PM Re: Want to start to collecting old oil cans..what do i look for?
Minocqa Offline
Member

Registered: Mon Sep 12 2005
Loc: Loves Park, Illinois USA
hi
well ididnt win that auction last night for the RPM can it went for $66.90
a little more than i wanted to spend
i did win a Texaco Aircraft oil can...its metal and looks like its in very good shape.
i dont know have any idea how old it is
but it is a good start .
i would upload a picture of it but i cant
figure out how to do it
have a good day
Don

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#109625 - Wed Sep 14 2005 03:06 PM Re: Want to start to collecting old oil cans..what do i look for?
Minocqa Offline
Member

Registered: Mon Sep 12 2005
Loc: Loves Park, Illinois USA
Hi Gary
here is the oil can i bought i hope i did this right http://i15.photobucket.com/albums/a400/minocqa/oil.jpg

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#109626 - Wed Sep 14 2005 03:07 PM Re: Want to start to collecting old oil cans..what do i look for?
Gary Drye Offline
Veteran Member

Registered: Fri Oct 13 2000
Loc: Clarksville, Tn. USA
Don, I did a search for completed Texaco Aircraft cans and the one that ended last night was produced from 1968-80. One good thing about Texaco cans is that they are dated. Once you receive the can, there should be a date on it. Nice can.

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#109627 - Wed Sep 14 2005 03:10 PM Re: Want to start to collecting old oil cans..what do i look for?
Minocqa Offline
Member

Registered: Mon Sep 12 2005
Loc: Loves Park, Illinois USA
Gary
thanks i think it will be a nice can to start my collection with even though its not real old
thank you for checking
Don

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#109628 - Wed Sep 14 2005 03:39 PM Re: Want to start to collecting old oil cans..what do i look for?
Gary Drye Offline
Veteran Member

Registered: Fri Oct 13 2000
Loc: Clarksville, Tn. USA
Don, yep...that's the can I looked up. Looks like you have "linking" down. Check your email.

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