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Stelle Courney

This reminds me of the car in Mad Max, the Pursuit Special driven by Mel Gibson. It does look well maintained. However, I think it needs a little buffing on the rims. Still, it looks very nice. And I'm sure it'll tear the road when it runs.

Fred G Sanford

1987 Zimmer Quicksilver

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