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    Posted 9 years ago

    DanBenton
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    just an old bottle but cool just the same. what year was this produced? this is out of the family Gas station back in the fiftys

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    1. packrat-place packrat-place, 9 years ago
      Manufactured between 1953-1968.
    2. clockerman clockerman, 9 years ago
      Very nice glass bottle. Back in the 1970s I grew up near a 7 up bottling factory. We would peer through the windows and watch the bottles going around the machinery. Many a "free" 7 up came from those trucks parked on the block. Sometimes the drivers wouldnt even chase us. We were all hot and thirsty from playing at the nearby ballfields and 7 up was always right there. If I could get back to the spot where we would drink the soda ,,theres probably a few hundred green bottles still there, and the wooden cases. I think the statute of limitations is up on those times. The 7 up factory is gone now,,,replaced by a car dealership.
      Oh yeah,,,the soda was always warm. Hahahahahaa.
    3. dande52, 9 years ago
      look up bill lockharts article on 7 up bottles, you can figure out how old your bottle is. its a very interesting article.

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