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#681804 - Sat Mar 11 2017 02:36 PM VALUE OF PAN-AM PERMAPAK CAN
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Registered: Fri Sep 20 2013
Loc: Germantown, Tennessee
Found this in a pile of cans yesterday. I stick to Texaco stuff so I'm curious how much this Pan-Am PermaPak Grease can might bring.
Thanks for your help.


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#681879 - Sun Mar 12 2017 03:56 AM Re: VALUE OF PAN-AM PERMAPAK CAN [Re: TexasT]
67Chev4X4 Offline
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Registered: Thu Aug 14 2008
Loc: Cheyenne, WY
Should of left it in the trash can unless there is some grease in it you can use. Just my opinion. lol Mitch

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#681883 - Sun Mar 12 2017 07:24 AM Re: VALUE OF PAN-AM PERMAPAK CAN [Re: TexasT]
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Registered: Tue Jul 25 2000
Loc: South of St. Louis, MO USA
Before you make a decision about this can, please clean it up. While one side is shot, the other side could turn out worth a display spot on your shelf.
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#682084 - Mon Mar 13 2017 09:05 AM Re: VALUE OF PAN-AM PERMAPAK CAN [Re: TexasT]
TexasT Offline
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Registered: Fri Sep 20 2013
Loc: Germantown, Tennessee
Thanks for your help. What do you suggest I use to clean off the grease? It's on there good.

Again, thanks for your help!

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#682085 - Mon Mar 13 2017 09:11 AM Re: VALUE OF PAN-AM PERMAPAK CAN [Re: TexasT]
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Registered: Fri Nov 16 2001
Loc: Near Tracy Rock

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