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Full Name:Gary Eppich
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EntropyPosted by Entropy   5/25/11 at 10:48pm
Hello Gary: Welcome to the pixilated Addiction Center here at the Nexus....Thanks for the comment on the Mongoose, still love the muscle cars of the day... enjoy your stay...tc Will

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