A Juicy Upgrade

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A Juicy Upgrade

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I dug this undocumented 1st generation Wishing Well Orange last summer, it appeared to have something more in the text other
than Orange but I was never able to figure it out.
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A couple weeks back I received an email from fellow RB'r Canadacan (Thanks Ivan) linking me a Kijjii site (I believe it's like Craigslist) with a
guy selling a group of items one of which was this beauty! The seller was unwilling to ship so after a couple attempts I was finally able to pick it up today.
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Re: A Juicy Upgrade

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Nice upgrade, but did you try to soak the dumper? It should do well.

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Re: A Juicy Upgrade

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Your welcome buddy!....so glad you secured it, sure is a dandy that one!
Ivan... RB #1078 Collector of soda cans & bottles from Canada. Looking for Canadian soada cans 12oz & 10oz From the 1950s right into the 80s.
Also Canadian Beers ,USA Orange Crush bottles And American Drewrys beer cans.

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Re: A Juicy Upgrade

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Carl S wrote:
Wed Jan 20, 2021 11:11 pm
Nice upgrade, but did you try to soak the dumper? It should do well.
Last fall I had soaked the dumper for 4-5 hours in a citric mix, the mix had been used to clean a bunch of other cans
and some car parts so maybe it was near the end of it's life... I'll be mixing up a new batch in a few weeks as I have some
other car parts I want to clean up, we'll see how that cleans it up.

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