Old school Pennzoil?

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Stopped in at my local 'zone today to see what oil was on sale, and was looking at their Pennzoil conventional selection, and 6 old looking bottles with red caps caught my eye. It was Pennzoil 10w-30, it had SJ on the donut on the back and I believe was GF2. It also had a short blurb on the back about their additive pack, but I forget what they were calling it. I don't know what dark corner they dug this stuff out of, but how old is it guys?
 
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from the wiki Current API service categories include SM, SL and SJ for gasoline engines. All previous service designations are obsolete, although motorcycle oils commonly still use the SF/SG standard. SJ ---"Current For 2001 and older automotive engines."
 
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 Originally Posted By: SilverC6
Probably came out of some BITOG guy's stash. Rotating his inventory!!!!
[censored], there on to me...
 
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I don't know what it was, but while looking for a pic, I found an oil photo of Johnny's wife, Penny. Foxy....
 
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 Originally Posted By: LT4 Vette
One Kmart in my area still has the Pennzoil Synthetic quarts with the little handle, must be about 7 years old.
 

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 Originally Posted By: LT4 Vette
One Kmart in my area still has the Pennzoil Synthetic quarts with the little handle, must be about 7 years old.
You might be right. I remember using that stuff in my Festiva when I was commuting to tech school, and that was 8 years ago.
 
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