55 Gallon Drum Of GC...Could It Be True???

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So I walked into work today through the shipping department and saw a 55 gallon drum that was green and white. As I walked past it, I noticed a familiar logo on the side, yes, the Castrol logo. I instantly thought to myself, wow, the local supply of GC is dried up, wouldn't it be paydirt if this was GC. I would be doing one of these... [bowdown] [freaknout] My second thought was on how to get the drum in my New Beetle without anyone noticing, espicially the shipping guy. Upon closer inspection, I realized that this was some type of Castrol industrial grade. Later, I found out that it was lubricant for the 750 ton press that is in the plant. Oh well, I guess that I didn't hit the "big score". But man what a feeling for a few moments. Happy 4th of July guys. [Patriot]
 

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My understanding is that GC is being bottled in the States. Then how does it get here? Drums, tankers...???
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That would last me awhile.
Yea, unless you have a big fleet of commercial vehicles.  - Then I would suggest this...  - Or even this...  - All full of green GC. [Coffee] [Coffee] [Coffee]
 
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