Zippo Brass Lighter

From Zippo
Genuine Zippo windproof lighter with distinctive Zippo "click" All metal construction; windproof design works virtually anywhere Refillable for a lifetime of use; flints and wick are replaceable Made in USA; lifetime guarantee that "it works or we fix it free" Fuel: Zippo premium lighter fluid (sold separately) Genuine Zippo Brushed brass lighter is a classic. SOLID BRASS engraved above the lid line reaffirms its all-metal construction. Distinctive bottom stamp identifies this lighter as genuine Zippo.


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Excellent. Lights like it should. Case looks better over time, and if you want to brighten it up, just a dab of metal polish. Classic, simple, look.
the American original. No man should be caught without one
Featuring the Norse Tree of Life
Custom hex pattern laser engraving done by me
Old Friend :Bought in 1999!
Worn ...... by a lot of time
RAW Gold Dust Edition
I have two brass Camel Zippos from the early 90's. They still function perfectly.
So... the summer before my senior year of high school, in the year of our Lord1990, my best friend and I bought each other Zippo lighters for our respective birthdays (16 days apart) - seeing as how neither one of smoked or ever smoked - this may seem like a weird purchase. And, yes it is weird, but not for that reason. That summer the Renny Harlin directed Andrew Dice Clay vehicle “The Adventures of Ford Fairlane” came out. While a critical and box office flop - two 16 year olds from a suburb of Dallas thought it was awesome - and we thought it would be super cool to get Zippos and learn how to do sweet tricks like the Dice Man. Dice’s career wouldn’t survive but I still have the lighter and he’s still my best friend.
Pretty standard and still the best.
Gift from a friend, I believe this one was produced in the mid 90s.
this is a custom zippo with a japanese Hanya [demon that scares away other evil spirits]made by me
took a peice of copper and stamped it with a subtle X-Files quote, then soldered it
It's as old as I am. Designated XI on the bottom which means it was produced around 1995
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