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Offline Scoobum

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RIP Art Carr
« on: December 15 2023, 03:23:19 PM »
I ran Arts 16930 with my CEA 6262 JB which was recommended to me after consulting with Patrick Rubio when he was at his second stint with Precision. When I got the car dialed in the car/driver was hell on wheels to deal with in the Sportsman division and brought home the hardware at two Armdrops thanks to Arts convertor. Thanks so much Art...couldn't have accomplished what I did without you.

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Re: RIP Art Carr
« Reply #1 on: December 16 2023, 08:56:39 AM »
That converter was pretty much standard in the early days of Buicks.  RIP, Art
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