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Oh yes. I'm aware of this version. I just saw it recently. But I don't see Ya-hooo! on it anywhere. But I still love how it looks. I think there is huge interest in 1970's and 1960's NDNR bottles now. People who grew up seeing these now want to own them again.
Ah yes you are correct on that note, I guess it had 'It'll tickle your Innards' slogan on the reverse.
I may be biased but I do like the Canadian version better!...lol.
The photos I shared are from ebay and the seller has BIN on those for 11.99 USD
 

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Oh yes. I'm aware of this version. I just saw it recently. But I don't see Ya-hooo! on it anywhere. But I still love how it looks. I think there is huge interest in 1970's and 1960's NDNR bottles now. People who grew up seeing these now want to own them again.
I think most here that read my threads know that I collect NDNR beers, mainly Packies, but still find myself keeping Handys/Glass Cans, I try to stick the earlier Handys with the cone-top and not the later stepped top bottles. I do have several sodas from the 60's and early 70's, but I don't concentrate on them. I will keep any that are seldom seen though or in a different color glass. This amber Pepsi is seldom seen, I picked this one up about two months ago.
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That's rare. I have a clear Pepsi 10 ounce bottle of the same design. Never seen one in amber. Doesn't look like it was baked either. I agree with McGlass. They can keep the one on Etsy for $100.00.
 

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That's rare. I have a clear Pepsi 10 ounce bottle of the same design. Never seen one in amber. Doesn't look like it was baked either. I agree with McGlass. They can keep the one on Etsy for $100.00.
Yep, the clear ones are quite common and I have a few as well. Here's an image from a Pepsi collector that had replied to me on FB about the amber Pepsi NDNR bottle when I was questioning the bottle before I bought it. Seams to have been sold for a very short time period. Mine is dated 1968.
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have at least 1 that i found swimming a couple years ago , not very common version to find though
 

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