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Czech One Gallon Fuel Can Used Steel Can with Latching Lid

 
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ZAA075
ZAA-075
ZAA-075
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Original Czech wine can is ideal for holding fuel; use for motorcycles and equipment, holds one gallon of fuel and features a carrying handle, latching lid, and is constructed of steel. Tank measures 8.5x8.5", used in Grade II condition.

All Military surplus products are used, the condition of the products varies, and the quantities may be limited. Unfortunately, we can not accept backorders or returns on any surplus products. Surplus condition scale:
Grade I Used in like new to excellent condition. Grade II Used in good condition, may show minor use.
Grade III Used in fair condition, will show normal wear and tear from daily use. 
Total number of Reviews: 16

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5.0 5
"Bought two of these cans to use as spare fuel containers on my Ural motorcycle. Very nice resonably heavy cans. Perfect for the purpose. An excellent value."
5.0 5
"I bought 6 cans for 2 Atv's, I carry 4 on my kawi 650 BF, and 2 on my wife's kawi 300 prairie. I can carry 1 1/4 gallon in each can, These cans are VERY Durable, easy to carry, Fill, and pour. The best thing is, they don't leak when I hit the trails, I Had these Cans with me on a 105 mile Grizzly Trail, At the Arizona ATV Outlaw Trail Jamboree. on another 60 mile trail, My wife riding passenger, she used them for an arm rest. Again this is one great Product."
5.0 5
"These are some great cans, I carried 4 cans on my ATV at the Outlaw Trail Jamboree in Arizona, I went on a Trail called the Grizzly which was 105 miles long, without fear of running out of gas, I was impressed by the way these cans were bumped around on the trails and did'nt leak.un like plastic containers. and I can actually squeeze 1.25 gallon of fuel."
1.0 5
"The cans were very rusted. I ordered 3 not one even comes close to looking like the one in the picture. They will need to be sand blasted and painted before use, I'm not sure how bad the inside is yet. I like the size and design."
4.0 5
"Ordered one can and it came pretty much as advertised. Can tell it has been in storage a long time and needed some cleaning on the outside. Paint-job not quite as nice as the picture, but OK. Inside is good and completely free from rust. Would buy again."
3.0 5
"Brought ,two gas cans,,, one is very good conditon,, other one need work and painting,,, bottom lne,,, one is almost like photo and other is just a gas can you would pass up if you were seeing it in person.. don;t know if I would buy it again"
5.0 5
"Oily sludge on the inside plus spots of rust on the outside, plus dirt. Too grungy for timid types who might limit their gear shopping to the Wally store. But for us who work with our gear, this is something to have. It'll take a couple of hours each to scour and Brillo and paint a couple of coats, but the end result will be worth the effort. This is constructed in a tough (Soviet Czech) way, with a seal that is far superior IMO to a screw-on cap. Bought two which I fixed then bought four more. Coming at this with the right attitude you will not be disappointed."
5.0 5
"This gas can is perfect. Much safer than using a plastic gas can. Czech it out!"
4.0 5
"I bought four of these little cans. The exterior of the cans was a little rough, surface rust, dirty and generally looked weathered. I took them to the carwash with some biodegradable cleaner and pressure washed the outside. Presto! they cleaned up very nicely. The cleaning solution I mixed up was strong so I checked out the inside of the cans and added about 6 ounces to the oily sludge inside, shook them up and emptied them out in my burn barrel. Washed the remainder out with Dawn dishwashing liquid and hot water. Spotless inside, so I checked the seals and latching lids. All was in great working order so off to the gas station to fill them up. They had a little moisture in them so I added a quarter can of Heat to each can before I filled it.No leaks or seal issues. I tried the Wedco brand fuel nozzles that I use with my large metal fuel cans. They fit and sealed perfectly!I think that these would be great for almost any liquid that doesn't degrade the seals. I will purchase more for use with oil, antifreeze, transmission fluid, diesel, stove fuel etc.Long term storage should be a breeze with a little fuel stabilizer. They hold about 1-1/4 gallons. Great little cans!"
4.0 5
"they were alittle rough but overall in good shape. Both had residue of used oil. Just needed to be cleaned and repainted."
4.0 5
"Ordered 2 of these, arrived quickly in decent condition.They are sturdy, but requires some TLC."
5.0 5
"I just received 3 of these gas cans. Excellent condition. I will wipe them off and that's all they need for maintenance. Great can to keep behind the seat of my trucks as a emergency tank."
5.0 5
"I ordered 4 of these cans after convincing my wife to let me have them for my birthday. I plan on giving one to my buddy for his B-day. These are in nice condition with a few scuff marks on each. The scuffs have light rust halos. There is no widespread rust, and they aren't dented or damaged. The lids closed and latched tightly. These were OIL containers or they oiled the insides for storage. Great price on these and are in pretty nice shape. Get them while you still can!"
4.0 5
"I bought 2 of these cans. I only needed one, but to save on per item shipping costs, I ordered 2 and gave one to a friend after I fixed it up. The cans I got were rusty on the outside. I got them sandblasted for $15 each, and painted them. Now mine is a perfect accoutrement to my WW2 vintage military motorcycle. They came with a little used crankcase oil in them, maybe to prevent rust, but this was easily rinsed out with gasoline. The seals on the lids were in good shape and effective. The cans are sturdy. Bert"
5.0 5
"I bought two of these. Both came in good condition. T hey had what smelled and looked to be tranny fuild, or some other kind of gear oil. I used dawn soap, and they cleaned up quick. Also for the people worried about the gasket, you can get them made at any rubber shop or just flip the gaskets they will work fine."
5.0 5
"I bought 2 of these for my Jeep for rough country. They fit perfectly on my wheel wells, and I have one filled with coolant/anti-freeze and the other with oil. Mine came in great condition - seals are good. Very little rust on the outside (going to steel wool them and repaint them). Had left over fluid in them which washed out easily with dish soap. I wish they were offered in a 2.5 or 5 gallon for use as Gerry cans. Then I'd be in Wrangler heaven!"