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#417334 - Tue May 21 2013 03:26 PM Swing-Spout pour can
Bob Richards Offline
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Registered: Tue Feb 22 2005
Loc: Longview, WA
Does anyone else collect the Swing-spout pour cans? If so are your related to Oil Company's?

I now have 3 sizes of them; 1Pt, 1Qt and a 1/2 Gallon (that I won on Ebay this AM)....





All of mine are stamped Associated Oil Company and the 1Pt. has been stamped each year from 1926-1942 (1926 is the earliest stamp I can read).... Not sure if it was stamped by a "local Community" or by a "State Regulatory Organization"?





Anyone have swing-spouts stamped with Names from other Oil Company's?
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#417350 - Tue May 21 2013 05:06 PM Re: Swing-Spout pour can [Re: Bob Richards]
Savinsam Online   content
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Registered: Wed Dec 20 2006
Loc: northwestern Pa.
Here's a Shell 1 quart that I've had for many years.


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#417355 - Tue May 21 2013 05:21 PM Re: Swing-Spout pour can [Re: Bob Richards]
47reo-travis Offline
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Registered: Sun Dec 18 2011
Loc: Fredericktown Missouri
Those are neat cans !
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#417359 - Tue May 21 2013 05:48 PM Re: Swing-Spout pour can [Re: 47reo-travis]
hawkike Offline
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Registered: Sat Dec 09 2006
Loc: citrus heights ca.95610


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Had this one for 30 years,good condition.

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#417362 - Tue May 21 2013 05:54 PM Re: Swing-Spout pour can [Re: 47reo-travis]
Bob Richards Offline
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Registered: Tue Feb 22 2005
Loc: Longview, WA
Sam, that is a fantastic looking can!!! And it is in great shape (especially when compared to mine... LOL)

Travis, they really are interesting cans.. Especially if one hasn't seen them work before... As the spout; actually drops down to make "oil filling a vehicle" easier...







Man, that is another great looking Shell brand can, Hawkike!!!

I know/knew the Associated cans were/are "plain jane" looking.... but, wow!!! LOL


Edited by Bob Richards (Tue May 21 2013 05:58 PM)
Edit Reason: Hawkike great looking can
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#417530 - Wed May 22 2013 01:50 PM Re: Swing-Spout pour can [Re: Bob Richards]
Bob Richards Offline
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Registered: Tue Feb 22 2005
Loc: Longview, WA
Found another on Ebay... This one is a "plain jane" like the Associated, but is marked Union Oil...



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