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tits AND nipples!!!

thanks fer sharin, Brian
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thanks fer sharin, Brian
That's what I meant.
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Picture went through this time.

This is probably the most extreme fender job I've seen on an RWB. Paint is gorgeous!

My God, that thing gives me a woody!!! Very nice, to say the least. Looks nothing at all like my old (and first) Porsche '73 Targa.
Ronnie, before you get any ideas, woodies are hard (did I just say that?) to cum by when you're approaching 62, so we get 'em when we can.
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This thread has reached a new low.. but I like it... I have a feeling it will die off in a couple months when the snow melts though.
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Mark, tail-less widebodies (ESPECIALLY Targas) don't do much for me chubby wise, but I certainly will not begrudge you yer "hard to cum by" (for Paul that would be spelled "bi") woody (Paul probably wants photographic evidence, however)!

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Dead sexy. Who's is it? That is THE shiz.
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^^^ Jeeeez that thing is wide!
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Ultra-wide early 911 is in Thailand, produced by RWB. We did the exhaust system, don't know who owns it.
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Love that car.
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DAMN, I am ready for Spring and to get the 930 out.
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Snowed last night. Thought it would be fun to get a few snow shots.





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Great pict o' the day! Love the color and the low stance. Nice.
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Absolutely gorgeous car.
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Great pict o' the day! Love the color and the low stance. Nice.
And holy ****, Chris, your car looks sooooooo much better with those wheels on it (opposed to the previous gangsta' hoops)! Very sweet!
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And holy ****, Chris, your car looks sooooooo much better with those wheels on it (opposed to the previous gangsta' hoops)! Very sweet!
haha!! I still have my gangster hoops!

But I appreciate the compliment i really dig the classics. They fit the look a lot.
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We REALLY shouldn't have to deal with this come March in Alabama.


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We REALLY shouldn't have to deal with this come March in Alabama.





Are you talking about the s10? I happen to like those. Your snooty
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Are you talking about the s10? I happen to like those. Your snooty
S10 with Fuch's
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I'm talking about the ICE. This time of year it should be in the 60's and sunny not in the 20's and having an ice storm. That was on Thursday, it's back in the 60's and sunny now so all is good.

The GMC Somoma has been my parts hauler for 13 years now and has had the Fuchs on sense new. Really love that truck.
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