This was a neat checkerboard game, but at $150 I had to pass.
I saw this selection of cans, but some were beer cans, some were popcorn cans (?), and the soda cans were too expensive. The old Gatorade was $7.50 and the cool push-button top Pepsi cans were $12 each. So I moved on.
This "Redneck Chimes" joke is older than most cans in my collection, but this one caught my eye because I do not have that design of Bubba Cola. Still, I had to pass.
Here was a little fella amidst some salt-n-pepper shakers. $8 for a Coke Light can, but it was behind glass to I couldn't tell what country it was from or what size the can it was. For $8, I wasn't even going to act interested.
This is the first Mission can I've seen that had its top and bottom still intact. I see these cans quite a bit but they've usually been made into a bank or are missing their top or bottom. Neat, but pass.
I have some Donald Duck orange juice cans, but I've never seen a root beer can with him on it. This one has obviously seen better days. I was afraid parts of it would fall off if I tried to pick it up. $4.95 is too much to pay for rust.
I'm a sucker for Halloween, so even though this is a beer can I almost bought it. But I know one beer can will lead to many. So I saved $6 and an eventual beer can collection by passing on this one.
And then I saw this straight steel Tico Cola can sitting among the Native American dolls. It was in great shape and only cost $2.50. I pulled up my website on my phone to see if I had it and I didn't. So I finally made a purchase!!! Its pull tab top was still sealed, the owner had bottom-opened it. According to the Can Museum website, this can is from the 1960's.