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Old 10-30-2009
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I actually want to bid 0.02 on it just to say i bought some and so he can say he Sold some.. HAHA... soo yeah debating on doing it its just 2 pennies
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haha today in automotive i sent a freshman after a a/c vent bearing and the little dumb a$$ spent the whole class lookin for it lol
and then he went and asked the teacher where one was at and the guy just started laughing at him and called him a dumb a$$ lol it was great
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It's just a teaser for his real agenda...selling his treasure trove of 1960-69 Ford glove box springs and stuff.

eBay Seller: cromig36: Parts Accessories items on eBay Motors
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Don't believe this it is a bunch of crap. It is smoke that makes electrical stuff work. Just think about it. Anytime you see smoke coming out of electrical systems they usually don't work anymore unless all the smoke didn't leak out.

Have you ever seen fluid on the ground after an electrical system failure?
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Don't believe this it is a bunch of crap. It is smoke that makes electrical stuff work. Just think about it. Anytime you see smoke coming out of electrical systems they usually don't work anymore unless all the smoke didn't leak out.

Have you ever seen fluid on the ground after an electrical system failure?
HAHAHA LMAO
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Hahaha thats awesome.
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