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Tom,

Reminds me of an old line from a movie; "After terrifying himself a few times, a man rarely forgets what he was flying!"

Paul Van Scott

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Holy mackerel, hey Paul!


Producer of poorly photo-chopped pictures since 1999.

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It is the same thing but different.

Don't like the stacks they are running on it.


Jim

It doesn't cost anything to pay attention.

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Thank goodness you don't have to drive that monstrosity any more. Big long, square hood, classic styling, typical of what an O/O would spec.

Damn that was a nice ride. I prefer the old look also with the factory stacks and sans the stick-on bling.


Jim

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It is the same thing but different.

Don't like the stacks they are running on it.

me neither.


Producer of poorly photo-chopped pictures since 1999.

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Thank goodness you don't have to drive that monstrosity any more. Big long, square hood, 550 Cat,18 speed,3.55s,classic styling, typical of what an O/O would spec.

Damn that was a nice ride. I prefer the old look also with the factory stacks and sans the stick-on bling.

me too.


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Nice Pete. I don't care for the "filler" panel on the passenger window. Is that the new fad to further reduce outward visibility?


"If it's all the sime to you... I'll droyve that tankah"   Max Rockatansky (The Road Warrior)

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