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Sinclair 5 quart
#768248 Thu Sep 09 2021 11:01 AM
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Hi, just trying to get an age and value on this 5 quart with white dinosaur. Also there does not seem to be any holes in top or bottom. Could the oil evaporated?

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Re: Sinclair 5 quart
we're the other guys #768249 Thu Sep 09 2021 11:26 AM
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age .... 30's

value: condition - IMO - in the 250. neighborhood

oil didn't evaporate,

can has possibly been re-lidded (which they would have removed dent) or was a display can .. ... cool

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Re: Sinclair 5 quart
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Thank you Randy, can must of been a display piece. I did not know they had display pieces. It has been sitting on a shelf for at least 40 years. A lady owns it and she said it was in the garage on the shelf. Her father owned a farm implement dealership years ago. She wants to sell it.


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