A Canadian Coca-Cola fan earns a Guinness World Record Gary Feng has over 11,300 cans of Coca-Cola, breaking the record for the largest collection of soft drink cans of the same brand. The collection includes one of the first Coke cans produced in 1955.

A Canadian Coca-Cola fan earns a Guinness World Record

A Canadian Coca-Cola fan earns a Guinness World Record

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Gary Feng has over 11,300 cans of Coca-Cola, breaking the record for the largest collection of soft drink cans of the same brand. The collection includes one of the first Coke cans produced in 1955.

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. Did you know coffee-flavored Coca-Cola was a thing? Gary Feng has one in his collection of over 11,300 cans of Coca-Cola. He's broken the Guinness World Record for the largest collection of soft drink cans of the same brand because, apparently, there's a world record for everything. The collection includes one of the first Coke cans produced in 1955 and a can designed to go into outer space. There's one can missing from the collection, though - Feng wants one with his picture.

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