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#104824 - Tue Oct 21 2008 04:02 PM Restoration of Oil Cans
+Chris Holt Offline
Veteran Member

Registered: Tue Mar 12 2002
Loc: St. Clair MI USA

These are some of my Canadian Imperial Quart cans that Dick Bennett restored for me , they where all lower end cans with dents and no lids . Dick does a great job with all kinds of cans , its a great way to get High end cans at a low end price, even with shipping to Dick and back to me I'm into these cans for about half the price of a top notch can. and whats really nice is I can have the seller of a can ship it to Dick have him restore it and send it to me saving a shipping cost. the bottom line is that you don't have to be affraid of buying a damaged can ,I have sent Dick some pretty Ugly cans and they always come back to me looking like new.

[This message has been edited by +Chris Holt (edited 10-21-2008).]

[This message has been edited by +Chris Holt (edited 10-21-2008).]
Chris Holt

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#104825 - Tue Oct 21 2008 07:22 PM Re: Restoration of Oil Cans
Dick Bennett Offline
Veteran Member

Registered: Wed Oct 25 2000
Loc: Santa Paula, Calif
Well not quite New, but BETTER than the condition I receive them in.

** NEED A LID ? **
4oz.[2 1/8"dia.], 1 qt., Imp. qt, 6 5/8" dia.Gallon & 5qt Re-lidding. I have 1qt S.A.E. 20, S.A.E. 40W, Plain or bank lids. No S.A.E.'s on 1gal. & 5qt.
Reproduction/Fantasy Cans
Rnd Can Re-lids


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