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Vintage Oil Can Spout Openers Lot Gas Garage Huffman Lube Spout Usa Nostalgia on 2040-parts.com

US $19.99
Location:

Gotha, Florida, United States

Gotha, Florida, United States
Condition:Used

LOT INCLUDES ALL 4 AUTHENTIC TRUE VINTAGE OIL CAN SPOUTS/OPENERS, ONE IS UNMARKED, THERE IS ONE MARKED "CAN SPOUT" TRADEMARK US PAT OFF REG PATD USA NO. 2099322-11-16-37 NO. 2105575-1-8-38-2421589 BY HUFFMAN MANUFACTURING CO DAYTON OH, THE SMALL MINI OPENER IS UNMARKED, LAST OPENER IS MARKED "LUBE SPOUT" MODEL# 9-772-1 MADE USA SERVICE ITEMS. GREAT LOT OF RUSTIC NOSTALGIA. 

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