David Li

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Jerrycan-light | Studio Ferre  Industrial jerrycan-lamps. The lamps are made of jerrycans I found within 1 km radius of my house in Bos en Lommer, Amsterdam West, NL. For inside use only.

Jerrycan-light | Studio Ferre Industrial jerrycan-lamps. The lamps are made of jerrycans I found within 1 km radius of my house in Bos en Lommer, Amsterdam West, NL. For inside use only.

22 SAS long wheel base Land Rover (Pink Panther) with internal fuel tanks situated either side of the rear gunners seat.  This concept allowed for longer mobility operations without re-supply and the requirement for no fuel jerrycans to be carried.

22 SAS long wheel base Land Rover (Pink Panther) with internal fuel tanks situated either side of the rear gunners seat. This concept allowed for longer mobility operations without re-supply and the requirement for no fuel jerrycans to be carried.

20L Metal Jerry Cans for Fuel Certified to Australian Standard 2906:2001, with  Patented Secondary Locking Pin closures. Will not Leak. Will not Rust internally.

Metal Jerry Cans for Fuel Certified to Australian Standard with Patented Secondary Locking Pin closures. Will not Leak. Will not Rust internally.

LAMPE JERRICAN INDUSTRIELLE 88,90 EUROS EN VENTE SUR http://www.alittlemarket.com/luminaires/fr_grande_lampe_luminaire_creation_unique_recup_industriel_-10679473.html

LAMPE JERRICAN INDUSTRIELLE 88,90 EUROS EN VENTE SUR http://www.alittlemarket.com/luminaires/fr_grande_lampe_luminaire_creation_unique_recup_industriel_-10679473.html

War in the Western Desert, 1941-43: Trooper of the AfrikaCorps at chow time. A jerrycan serves as stool. The food was very basic, often some kind of soup or stew prepared with "long-life" ingredients. Note the pith helmet sitting next to the trooper.

War in the Western Desert, Trooper of the AfrikaCorps at chow time. A jerrycan serves as stool. The food was very basic, often some kind of soup or stew prepared with "long-life" ingredients. Note the pith helmet sitting next to the trooper.