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pepsiguy49's items8 of 16TEXACO GUN OIL CAN FROM PORT ARTHUR,TEXAS.PEPSI-COLA 1950'S SIGN, DIFFERENT!
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    Posted 10 years ago

    pepsiguy49
    (16 items)

    YOU DON'T SEE A LOT OF GRAPETTE ADVERTISING SIGNS, CARDBOARD SIGNS, TRAYS, ECT. THIS ONE IS COLORFUL AND IS MARKED 458-e WHICH DOES NOT TELL MFG. OR YEAR. ANY HELP APPRECIATED,THANKS!!

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    1. Sagehopper, 10 years ago
      When I was a kid, my grandparents lived near a little crossroad country store in a little place called Tonnece, Oklahoma...Grandads would walk my brother and I the half mile down the dirt road (paved in 55) to Dick Bond's Store for a bottle of Grapette..best in the world!! Was 5 cents a bottle then..from on ice-bath pop cooler.
    2. Signaholic Signaholic, 10 years ago
      Cool sign, you're right, they were not as prolific as the other cola companies.
      And it all started in my home town of Tyler, Texas. Wish a Grapette something.

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