VP 5 Gallon Square Green Racing Utility Jug by VP Racing Fuels at Daily News Detroit. MPN: 2000GR. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. VP 5 Gallon Square Green Racing Utility JugJug holds over 5 gallons. Level markings on outside of jug.
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