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hover31 wrote:
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-could see a different color canning plant number in theBay pics, always been one of my favorite soda labels. Ziphippie
Really nice colors in that one ! Well done :smt023



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Thanks JustJoe, cannot wait to see your next reveal.
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Most of the cans I've rubbed that had white on them were like a cream white. Might be from being primed over.....



Here’s a great example of yellowing- zoinkss had partially rubbed this one revealing some strange coloring along the seam. These No Opener Needed cans needed an opener- Ziphippie
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hover31 wrote:
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-could see a different color canning plant number in theBay pics, always been one of my favorite soda labels. Ziphippie 49F5A563-A5D5-49C0-8FB0-DA80692AC193.jpeg264CFAEE-2243-4C29-B308-5ABB0643D268.jpeg8E4F2593-9A66-43BB-8780-B62BEA07DBEC.jpeg6EB1A2A4-06C9-49FA-8B51-A737CEC03253.jpeg
Odd that the Brown Derby has metallic gold; never saw metallic paintover before!

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It’s enamel- the canning code number looked blue in theBay pics, I was hoping for a VolksBrau. Still very happy with it, drank Tahitian Treat because the can was so cool. Ziphippie

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hover31 wrote:
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Thanks JustJoe, cannot wait to see your next reveal.
You talked me into it !
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These are the most difficult rubouts I’ve come across. I’m not starting with a pristine example of a Denver either, maybe next time. Started out really rough with pre-existing flaking opposite of the seam, can’t use any painters tape or half the can would stick. No power tools. It takes forever to get through the white base coat/primer, then one swipe through the red metallic. Many hours with the q-tips again. Ziphippie
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I'm right there with you. Working a Denver with an orange under it. If I look at the metallic the wrong way it flakes off. Weird with the 2 different CCC plant numbers. 40 is Omaha, 29 is Denver.
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Alright! Orange! Let me know if you’d like to sell. Cannot wait to see your results- you do amazing work. Took me like ten hours for half the can. Now where’s the Lemon Lime? Ziphippie
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hover31 wrote:
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These are the most difficult rubouts I’ve come across. I’m not starting with a pristine example of a Denver either, maybe next time. Started out really rough with pre-existing flaking opposite of the seam, can’t use any painters tape or half the can would stick. No power tools. It takes forever to get through the white base coat/primer, then one swipe through the red metallic. Many hours with the q-tips again. Ziphipp
I feel you bro. I can appreciate the effort you put into them, they are very cool ! It's one of those cans that makes you ask yourself, why the hell am I doing this ? We all would rather post the ones that come out really nice,but the paintover reality is they don't. That's one of the attributes of paintovers, you don't always know what's under the original label and how tough/challenging it will be to get it cleaned up,there always different !
So I tip my hat to you hover31. Thanks for posting.

Here are some pics of a can I did,not long after I started to do rubouts. Had a boat load of time in it and thinking where did I go wrong. Didn't take me long to figure out that, that's how it is in this game.
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Finished this up today. Started to see yellow when I started to get through the primer, and thought another soda can. But than the dark blue started to show.
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This Denver/Can a Pop is my brothers can. At the rate it's going, I might have this done by September....
Never seen paint as thin as the metallic orange on this can.
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