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Also, the stamp is like, less pressed down on the left side then the rightside. My zippo is black and im not sure if it is plastic or metal body because I never checked, and I don't want to right now because it will start to smell like gas in here. Also, I looked on some websites about counterfeit Zippos.

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The history of the black crackle Zippo lighters & the success of the Zippo Manufacturing Company itselfis inseparably connected to World War II.

AFAIK, Zippos are coded with roman numerals in relation to their quality, the XIII (13) on your "Zippo" is clearly fraudulent. They are both Naptha based and evaporate quickly, burn clean and not extremely flammable.

That's on the extereme high end of the number scale. I've got several Zippos dating back as far as 30 years. Meaning you won't burn yousel ftoo bad if you fuck up.

Also, I looked on some websites about counterfeit Zippos.

Mine looked more like the one that was counterfeit.

All of this information exists elsewhere on the web, but not (that I could find) in one place, so here goes.

1/ Packaging The ultimate litmus test for this aspect is to compare it to packaging that you know is genuine.

I used to have a 'slim' Zippo but gave it away some years ago.

The difference in fluid capacity was enough to be a nuisance. It fit in the pocket nice and I liked the size but... In my experience, the biggest problems with Zippos are the hinges get loose/sloppy and the flint wheel 'softens' up after a lot of use.

Stretching the flint spring (carefully) can improve things as well. old can of Coleman Lantern fluid out in the garage.

Overall, they're pretty robust and bulletproof plus a classic, old-school icon. I'm sure you've already tried these, being the old crusty smoker. Third, don't use recycled flints from an out-a-gas Bic.