I found GC in Anaheim CA and left some.

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I've been to a bunch of AutoZones in Orange County CA and I'm happy to say that I now own 24 qts. Yippie for me! I talked to the staff at one store about ordering more and they said they can't order GC or USC; it's luck of the draw. The bar codes are the same but they said that the product ID on the bottles is indeed different. Perplexed and baffled, they were. Anyway, I bought 6 qts and left 6 for one of my fellow oil junkies that live in the area. It is the AutoZone at Brookhurst and Lincoln and in particular the NE corner a couple hundred feet from the intersection. I hid them behind 6 qts of the yellow stuff in the right side row. The store is open 24 hrs. I hope someone snags them. [ September 11, 2003, 09:38 PM: Message edited by: Flashlightboy ]
 
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You guys are like a addict looking for crack. Get off of this got to have this crap thing. There are other oils as good out there,
 

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Here are the lot numbers. All of the first numbers were bought at the same store and the all of the remaining numbers were purchased at a different store. M030426B T/W0504821 1959 x 12 bottles M030426B T/W0504821 2012 x 5 bottles M030462B T/W0504821 17_6 x 1 bottle
 
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I'm now forced to come "out of the garage" and confess -- I have been a GC user for 5 months now. In May, I consumed 4.7L of lot # M02338GB784 1621 (as marked on the bottle bottom. I am pleased to say that I have refained from using the last .3L -- zero consumption, no top-up required. I plan on going a 12 month interval until the end of April 2004 at which time I would have expected to have gone 6000km of nothing but short (approx. 7km) daily trips. I will do VOA and UOA at that time. [Canada]
 
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Flashlight boy. You are nicer than I am. I’ve scoured every store in Fresno and have only scraped up 13 quarts. I left one quart of the GC at one of the stores though (for somebody’s lawn mower). There is still a lot of American produced G-III 0W-30 out there! Boy, now I’ve only got 40 quarts of oil in my garage.
 
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I am a lot disappointed to hear that California, land of the performance machine and the exotic, is low on GC...some things just ought not to be!
 
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Ahhh...Irvine...home of IN-N-Out Burger corporate offices...now if they could just blend a motor oil that would make your exhaust smell like a Double-Double animal style!! (and all the members not familiar with SoCal are going "HUH?")
 

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pscholte, You've dropped enough hints on this DB that you're still a CA lad, you'd like to return and that you prefer California girls over a John Denver rocky mountain high. Now don't go losing your head over all the excitement! [Big Grin] I must say that I'm impressed with your retained knowledge of the animal style burger. Only a true blue In-n-Out afficionado would know this and appreciate the yumminess. But can you tell me what makes it "animal style" Mr. Smartie Pants? [Razz] [ September 16, 2003, 11:32 PM: Message edited by: Flashlightboy ]
 
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My wife has makes me get a "protein" In -N-Out. No bun, it has lettuce wrapped around it instead. Not bad, but.....Can't beat a 4X4 animal style (when shes not around) LOL [ September 17, 2003, 01:19 AM: Message edited by: tenderloin ]
 

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Originally posted by kiko: You guys are making me hungry! It's a good thing there's an In-n-Out joint not far from work. Perhaps I'll drop by for lunch. I can smell the fries already. [Big Grin]
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Originally posted by Flashlightboy: pscholte, But can you tell me what makes it "animal style" Mr. Smartie Pants? [Razz]
How 'bout: the bun is grilled with mustard, sauteed onions instead of raw, pickles, extra "special sauce" By the way, at one visit I have had a Triple Triple and a 5 X 5 (to match my friend who had an 8 X 8). PS Patman, "knowing you" as I do, you would make a perfect IN-N-Out afficianado...unfortunately they are only found in CA, NV and AZ. [ September 17, 2003, 02:22 PM: Message edited by: pscholte ]
 
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