Amber NDNR Pepsi 16oz, I think it's the real deal.

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So the amber Pepsi showed up earlier today, after closer inspection there's clear indcation that it was tossed from a car or similar as I found scratches on it, also the lower locking ring for the cap is still present, I don't know the process involded when "Nuking" a bottle, so would it be possible to do this with the cap ring still on the bottle? To me I think it is correct in every way unless someone can tell me it could have been done, pics as I received it and before a general clean up. 20220725_123819.jpg20220725_123828.jpg20220725_123841.jpg20220725_123912.jpg20220725_123850.jpg20220725_123931.jpg
 

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Doesn't look "NUKED" to me. Interesting for sure.
I also posted about this bottle on one of the Pepsi groups on FB, had a guy post a picture of a six pack in carrier of the same bottles that he owns, so it is an uncommon Pepsi variant best I can tell, I'll post his picture once he gives me the okay, if he does.
 

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I came across this Pepsi yesterday morning that I'm guessing was nuked, don't recall seeing any of these in amber either.20220726_105339.jpg
 

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