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1981 RRS Racing 24

#26 2017-06-24 3:52am

RadicalNick
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Re: 1981 RRS Racing 24

cobra_standard wrote:

Clean top shelf build..!

Well said. I was struggliing for words. yikes


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#27 2017-06-24 3:56am

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Re: 1981 RRS Racing 24

Again....yikesyikesyikes

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#28 2021-07-07 8:29am

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Re: 1981 RRS Racing 24

BITD I saw a local hot shoe with a JMC 20 & 24 and I thought it was the baddest things ever next to me on the starting gate during practice.  Next time I saw him at the races he had RRs 20 & 24.  Ever since then been lusting after an RRS. Know you may have been asked but if you ever think of getting rid of her . . . . wink


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