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    Dan Peterson
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    The very definition of "different strokes".

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    IMHO this was created by a very talented welder / body worker who was devoid of taste. Cars of such an out there, personal vision are beyond difficult to sell so ypu better love it.
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    The block of wood makes me think he should have added a working parking brake. What the .......... is that sideways chrome thingy that blocks the driver's visibility?
    Bill Jarvis

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    If a Bantam prototype Jeep and a Mercedes-Benz 770 limousine were to merge together from a nuclear accident, this would likely be the result. I certainly do appreciate the builder for even having the stones to build this, however!
    Jake Kaywell: Shoo-wops and doo-wops galore to the background of some fine Studes. I'm eager and ready to go!

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