Enamel black Weber Waukesha - common or unusual?

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Enamel black Weber Waukesha - common or unusual?

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I picked up this enamel black Weber on ebay for the whopping price of $5.00. I don't recall ever seeing the black Weber in enamel. The blue ones come that way all the time with several labels occurring under them, like Mission soda, San Miguel, etc. Is the enamel variation of the black can unusual? Or common and I've just been oblivious to it until now? I guess it can't be that tough, as the seller listed it several times before I stumbled on it. Kinda cool. I like enamel versions of normally metallic cans.
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Re: Enamel black Weber Waukesha - common or unusual?

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In my opinion, Both the black and blue are less common in enamel.
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Re: Enamel black Weber Waukesha - common or unusual?

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Cool can Bob!
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Re: Enamel black Weber Waukesha - common or unusual?

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Black enamel is usually a rubout. Many are sodas underneath.
A little less common than the blue enamel.
Looking for Waukesha Flat Top Cans in High Grade. (NEED Both Biermanns and Fox Deluxe Bock)

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