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Old June 1st, 2011, 01:20 PM   #19
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Very cool that you are an ex-motorhead and vinyl geek! I have never worked on cars but would love to race an autocross or touring race..now if I could just get a sponsor for that Porsche 911 or Mitsubishi EVO

I am locked into a serious vinyl collection 400+ with 2 decks and mixer. I can attest that analogue audiophiles can geek out over equiptment just as hard as those of us with serious SEDS..I think I am in stage 1 and 2 currently.

Speaking of SEDS:
"We had twelve bags of skates, seventy-five 7mm ball bearings, five sheets of high powered tack cloth, a salt shaker half full of Rit-Dye, and a whole galaxy of multi-colored Shamans, Twisters, Low-boys, Poisons, Creepers... and also a quart of Speed Cream, a quart of gum stops, a case of Buds, a pint of raw mineral spirits and two dozen laces.
Not that we needed all that for the trip, but once you get locked into a serious SEDS collection, the tendency is to push it as far as you can."
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