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GasCase – Gerry Can Suitcase


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Kitten modelling the GasCase Fuel Edition in Green, taken at War and Peace 2012 by C and A Photography

As soon as I stumbled across the GasCase website I admit to squealing and clapping my hands together like a 5 year old. Visions of tottering around shows with an army green Gerry Can on wheels was too much excitement and I had to get a chocolate biscuit, lest I go into shock.

The Gas Case suitcase is in fact a REAL Gerry Can, so extremely sturdy and great for recording/ sound equipment that needs a tough case. With either a flip-top life (see mine above) called the Fuel Edition or the classic Diesel style, they are superb for weekends away, WWII events, carrying your shopping like a man or business trips!

With 6 awesome colours to choose from, you can tailor your case to your car or outfit. Why not spray it up like a WWII gas can?

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GasCase Website

Wheelie suitcases are soooo useful and trying to find something that looks moderately vintage can be a royal pain, but these are perfect for my military events! I happily steered ‘Jerry’ around the show as he kept my calendars safe and rain-free.

If you are interested in finding out more, just click on the pictures above to be taken to the website (In German and English) or email info@ivorilla.com!

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About Kitten von Mew

Vintage pinup girl in Great Britain, singing at WWII events, vintage fairs and Blitz Balls with 1940's, 50's and Christmas classics. I also model for Heyday Online, Luxulite Jewellery and have been featured in many publications including Vintage Life, Daily Telegraph, WW2 Reenactors Magazine and more. My other interests include creating Steampunk hats and accessories, writing, being a mother to Betsy Boo, vintage fashion and flea markets! I run a none-profit crafter's group in Snitterfield every week to help combat loneliness, depression and more.

2 responses »

  1. Looks great. Love that it is an actual Gerry Can 🙂

    Reply

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