1976 16oz PEPSI COLA Full Soda Bottle COLORADO 100 YEAR

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  • Item Category: Advertising
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Mar 19,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction
1976 16oz PEPSI-COLA - 100 Years Colorado Full Soda Bottle

Item Description

Nice 16oz Pepsi Bottle still full of soda! Front of bottle reads Pepsi Commemorative Bottle Colorado Celebrates 100 Years 1976-1976 Centennial - Feelin' Free - Limited Edition. Back states Pepsi-Cola Salutes America's Bicentennial 1776-1976 - Join The Pepsi People - shows a bald eagle. Bottle is in great condition - some very minor case wear. Would go great in any Pepsi, Colorado, or Soda Bottle Collection - would also make a nice gift! Refer to the photo below.

Soda bottles are one of the hottest and most undervalued collectables on the market. Great history, beautiful colors, and great to display! Why purchase new or reproductions, when you can buy vintage bottles that will retain or no doubt gain in value! I have been a collector/dealer in soda bottles and memorabilia for 15 years, so if you have any questions, requests, or items for sale, please email me

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