Dating singer oil cans
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If you needed new oil, an attendant would grab a metal oil can, add oil to your car's engine, and then throw away the can.
If you want to use it, you have to ensure that you have the legal right to do so and that you do not infringe any trademark rights. This file contains additional information such as Exif metadata which may have been added by the digital camera, scanner, or software program used to create or digitize it.Motor oil cans were made by the American Can Company, Columbia Can Company, National Can Company, St. The standard can size was one quart, but some oil cans were as large as five or even 10 gallons. Oil companies eventually switched to cylindrical cans with a soldered seam, which was visible as a gray stripe on the back or side. With the metal shortages of World War II, many companies switched to composite or cardboard cans, which are sometimes known as paper quarts.These cans had metal tops and bottoms but cardboard sides as a way to conserve metal; they became quite common in the late 1950s and were used until the late ’80s.To learn more about Amazon Sponsored Products, click here.In the early days of the gas station, attendants would do more than just fill up your tank—they would often clean your windshield and check your oil, too.