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    found Cream Soda Crush stubby bottle and can

    the other day I came across a roadside embankment I hadn't checked before ( thick spruce/evergreen trees so no one had really been down there in years ) , a fair bit of semi modern stuff down there . not sure there was anything older than the 70's but a few items from the 80's and 90's I hadn't seen before

    one was the cream soda crush stubby bottle , found a fair number of stubby bottles over the years but not sure I've seen this one before , unfortuently colour has mostly faded , also found a cream soda can with full colour nearby , likely from the same person

    also a few other soda cans there , RC cola and an older Mountain Dew , odd how some of the cans are like new and others can be bent into such bad shape

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    Yeah if those cans are aluminum, it doesn't take much to crush them. The old steel cans took much more abuse (but those have rust issues).
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    I like those RC and Crush cans, they've got such an unmistakable late 80s/early 90s look. Probably not too many of those in decent condition around anymore.

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    Here are mine that I have for Crush, they are from the early to mid 90's....the can's are tough to find now, I'm still on the hunt for all the late 80's to 90's Crush cans but they just don't show up often.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CanadianBottles View Post
    I like those RC and Crush cans, they've got such an unmistakable late 80s/early 90s look. Probably not too many of those in decent condition around anymore.
    its tough to say what is out there , isn't as many that haven't been crushed or dented a lot

    certainly a lot less cans in this area now , just cause I've found so many in the last couple years , kept some of the good ones ( growing display in the garage of cans ) and recycled the rest

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    Quote Originally Posted by Canadacan View Post
    Here are mine that I have for Crush, they are from the early to mid 90's....the can's are tough to find now, I'm still on the hunt for all the late 80's to 90's Crush cans but they just don't show up often.

    I've found a fair number of glass stubby bottles in this area but there not often in good condition , label usually damaged or missing cap , something is always wrong with them

    one I found this week has the cap but missing the colour , if I find anything else interesting i'll post it , also found a 12 oz 7 up from the 60's/70's era yesterday , not that great of condition , don't have a picture of it

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    found a couple new bottles , a Kist which was hidden under some leaves and trees along a road , still has a lot of colour

    and another stubby bottle for Cplus Orange , along the same road , some orange colour remains but pretty beat up

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