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Maytag Oiler Can


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Old 10-24-2017, 07:33:09 PM
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Default Maytag Oiler Can

hi folks
does any one know of a restoration decal
for the may tag oil can
Not to be confused with the fuel mixing can with spout
I have an oil er that I want to restore
any ideas on a decal or
and what blue would you repaint it ??
thanks its very far gone on finish
I would like to re do it
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Are you talking about the small ? oil can with the 2" tapered spout on top?
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I've got a pretty good one. If you would like it, to copy. I can send it to you and hope I get it back.
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Default Re: Maytag Oiler Can

There are six different versions of this can, spout difference and different graphics. They are pretty common, might be able to find a good one easier than having a label made. I gave a bunch of them away to a friend who is into oil and gas stuff. Still have a few.
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