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    Quote Originally Posted by RCO View Post
    yes that was my can , what ever became of it ?

    I still got it, but with my basement flooding & all the humidity rusting my cans down there I think I got it boxed up somewhere. THANKS, LEON.

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    When I was digging my last Privy up north a few weeks ago I dug these cans. The 4 cones were Mystery cans. After Cleaning no longer a Mystery. LEON.Click image for larger version. 

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    they still sell Carling beer here , I find there modern cans all the time . not sure they make black label anymore though

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    there is some snow here but I managed to get out and re-check one of the locations I found cans at earlier this year , not the main location where I found a lot of the cans but a smaller dump in the woods , mostly late 70's early 80's era stuff

    found some cans but had to use the metal detector to find them and dig them out from the snow , which actually wasn't as hard as it sounds , found a hole bag of them

    is Diet Coke , pepsi ( rusted away ) , fresca , sprite , Canada dry cream soda , five alive was several with colour , pure sun apple juice , honeydew and several chateau brand cola and a ginger ale but there all pretty far gone .

    also found a WD 40 can with full colour ( don't know if anyone would collect that ) and several damaged toy cars ( which are hard to see from the picture ) , 2 had dates on the bottom indicating they were made in the 70's


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    I briefly attempted to clean a few of the better ones , can see the five alive had a lot of colour , pure sun apple juice mostly faded away , honeydew ( which has 1 nice side , other half faded ) , fresca , diet coke , sprite , chateau cola and ginger ale , think chateau was a store brand but not sure for what store

    very intrigued by the honeydew can , never seen or heard of that one before , search online brings up a can posted to the can site which I posted , , which looks similar and was from 70's and for sale in Canada but does not say who bottled it , which is odd as normally companies mark there cans . don't see anything similar for sale currently , which sucks as I'd be curious to try one , orange drink with honey sounds appealing



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    went back to the main location and found more cans , for a small dumping in the bush , have found a lot of stuff there much more than I realised was there .

    more pepsi , coca cola , Schweppes tonic water , Canada dry , mountain dew , orange crush and lots of grand prix " soda water "

    some of the cans had a lot of colour left , can see a contest on the mountain dew cans " play buckshots " , grand prix soda waters cans are a blueish colour , lots of orange on the orange crush and yellow on the tonic water


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    also found some no deposit bottles , 3 are for Canada dry tonic water , tiny part of the label remains on 1 bottle , all 3 have the caps still .not sure I've seen these bottles before . also a tiny 6 oz no deposit bottle with no name or brand on it

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    I like those Mountain Dews & Pepsi's you guy got in Canada, not like the USA Versions. LEON.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hemihampton View Post
    I like those Mountain Dews & Pepsi's you guy got in Canada, not like the USA Versions. LEON.
    a lot of our soda cans from the 70's seem to have contests on them , which is why they look different , that seems to be why they altered the design

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    looking online I noticed a near mint unopened mountain dew can pretty much identical to the 3 I found earlier this week sold for $90 Canadian , didn't think it would be worth that much although the condition of the one online is near mint when compared to the dug cans I found

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    also noticed another flavour of Grand Prix I have yet to find , saw a picture online of a lemon lime can , found 4 flavours of grand prix so far ( grape , tonic water , club soda and ginger ale )


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