Jeez... Are old paint cans now collectable? I'm going to go through my
junk drawers. I'm betting I have some old toothbrushes that might fetch a
pretty penny. I wonder what my 20 year old gallon can of carb cleaner will
it had a start bid of $9.99??? you can go to store and get a can for
about $4.00 tops.... probably a mistake.. but then i got on amazon.com
and checked out some books i have..... one list for $9.95 on the back of
the book.. they have it there for $113.79??? and another for $75...
so if some idiot would want the book they would pay that price... but i
dont think these guys on ebay are gonna pay $99 for a can of paint.. its
like the old bed pan on ebay... people were biding on it... alot of kids
out of school during the summer with nothing to do....guess what they
are doing now... thats right on the computer...one two three...ha, ha,
ha, they think it is funny to do this???? i guess it is better than
doing other things?????
||Somebody with a '68 (insert collector car here) will probably buy them so he
||can say "all original" with a completely straight face!
Probably someone with a connection to Kryln that wanted a sample of each of
their products as the packge changed through the years. Not uncommon. A few
years ago WD-40 had a nationwide search for the oldest 3-In-1 oil can, with a
serious prize for the winner.
Texas Parts Guy
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