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It was a hot July afternoon in Wausau, Wisconsin back in 1971. Sweat dripped from Sam's head and his arms were throbbing with pain. He had been down in the basement banging on his drums since early that morning. He was bound and determined to master "21st Century Schizoid Man" before his tryout later that day with perhaps the "grooviest" band in all of Marathon County, "The Cheese Curds".

Finally, he had done it, he played it flawlessly, a confident grin spread across his face--maybe he should set his sights on playing with King Crimson rather then the Curds, he thought to himself. Parched with thirst, Sam set his sticks down and reached in the frig for a huge 26 oz. bottle of Coke. He downed it in one long gulp. He grabbed a second one and took it down just as fast, "Aaaaaaaaaaah."
In two hours, he'd be playing it for the boys in the band and he would surely become one of the Cheese Curds--and that would only be the beginning.

EPILOG-
Well Sam did become the drummer for the Cheese Curds and went on the road with them down to Madison later that summer. But as with many a rock band, the Curd's quick rocket to success was too much for the boys and the band began to implode. Lead singer Wallace Wallchowski, was promoted to assistant manager at the Wausau Tastee Freeze and he found he made a lot more money doing that. The other guys each felt like they wanted to travel their own artistic paths.

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Here's two large (26 oz) vintage Coca-Cola bottles ("71" stamped on side of each bottle). These bottles are in the classic Coke-Cola hourglass shape with the traditional green tint. "Coca-Cola" script logo on one side and "Coke" on the other side. Each bottle is 12" high. Both are in very good condition, clean with minimal scuffing, although one has a hairline crack on the inside. There are no chips on the outside and the logo imprints are unscratched and shiny.

BONUS!!!
Since these bottles will ship in a Medium USPS Flat rate box, We'll throw in a smaller vintage 6 oz bottle.



2- Vintage Big 26oz Coca-Cola Bottles PLUS Bonus 6oz Coke bottle


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