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  • Silverplate
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    Originally posted by njonkman View Post
    I usually use a liquid car pollish on my cans to preserve the finish.
    Nick
    Thanks for the tip...Mike

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  • njonkman
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    I usually use a liquid car pollish on my cans to preserve the finish.
    Nick

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  • Bobgray
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    I don't have any for sale I was wondering the best way to keep these cans. I would upload a photo but I don't have a Photobucket or other outside account. Thanks for the info.

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  • Silverplate
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    These are replicas I had made.

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  • njonkman
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    Hi Bob
    I collect both and many are full. never opened. That is preferred but empty is also good. Condition and rarety is most important to value.
    Nick

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  • Flashback
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    How about pictures. We would like to seeum, and know what you have for sale.

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  • Warren Webb
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    One of the paint cans wouldn't possibly be the 63 Rose Mist would it? I would love to have that one!

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  • Bobgray
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    Oil and Paint Cans

    If anyone collects old oil or paint cans or even STP cans does it matter if they are empty or full? I just bought a mixed box of some old Studebaker paint cans all with the paint still in them. I will empty one because it looks like it has a small leak on the bottom. I was just wondering what collectors prefer. Thanks Bob
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