6 Soft Drink Cans From the 80-90s

Soft Drink Cans From the 80-90s

Posted on July 26, 2012 by team


Coca-Cola, Fanta, Sprite, Pepsi and other similar drinks were rarely imported and sold in the USSR but everybody remembers an unusual taste and American names. The companies producing the drinks were trying to adapt them for the Soviet market. Let’s remember how they looked like.

Cans from the 60-70s

Coca-Cola 1984-2010

These 18 cans of Coca-Cola were made in Germany in 1994-95. Some cans were sold in Russia too.

Coca Cola and music, cans 1994, some of them were sold in Russia

Musical series 1996

Series of 19 cans of Coca-Cola made in 1992. It was devoted to Olympic Games. French and German cans are on the photo above.

Christmas series

Pepsi 1987-2010

Football series

Fanta 1984-2010

1989-2010

And these are beer and soft drink cans from the 90s.

Quite nostalgic, right?

 

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6 Responses to “Soft Drink Cans From the 80-90s”

  1. Gerry says:

    Somebody has a large garage to store all these cans!

  2. OLUT says:

    Neat to see the old cans! I have a bunch of the Star Wars Pepsi cans from “The Phantom Menace.”

  3. Jonny says:

    I had all of these football-club cans when i was young. Almost everyone of my friends collected them. Its so long ago,i was 10 at that time :)

  4. 山下智久 says:

    可口可乐、百事、美年达、芬达、雪碧还有什么?

  5. Jesse says:

    Those are not German and French cans about the olimpics, but German and Dutch cans….

  6. Benny says:

    Looks like an Alabama flea market

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