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Where and how far did you have to travel to dig this pile of a thread up out of the ground?
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Sooo to bring this back from a 5year death, were you searching for such a swap!?
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Where and how far did you have to travel to dig this pile of a thread up out of the ground?

I have a new shovel, had to try it out!
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Sooo to bring this back from a 5year death, were you searching for such a swap!?
yep, i was curious if a d0dge would fit in my pinto....

but thats another story...
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$240! Heck, fab it up yourself!.. it's all about hot rodding.
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