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Ok, I've abused Mr. Wes long enough.

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Unread 04-11-2010, 08:54 AM
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Re: Ok, I've abused Mr. Wes long enough.

Mr. Dixon,

After seeing your work, shop, and now a car I believe you are easily diagnosed with OCD!

Mr. Mason
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    Re: Ok, I've abused Mr. Wes long enough.

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    Mr. Dixon,

    After seeing your work, shop, and now a car I believe you are easily diagnosed with OCD!

    Mr. Mason

    He's OCD.......Nah! Did you notice the slack in the injector sensor cable and the two small smudges in the back of the trunk liner.........
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    Re: Ok, I've abused Mr. Wes long enough.

    If by OCD you mean...Outstanding Craftsmanship and Design then by all means I agree.

    Chad, is that a battery in the trunk? If so why there?

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    Re: Ok, I've abused Mr. Wes long enough.

    I can see why you got rid of that car, sure had to replace lots of parts to keep it running.

    James
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    Re: Ok, I've abused Mr. Wes long enough.

    That car thawed out more than one savings account. . .

    Goood riddannnccceee!

    Actually, I'll miss it probably. Lots of good times in that car. (meh heh. . .)

    Nite gents.

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    Re: Ok, I've abused Mr. Wes long enough.

    Nice write up and pics. Keep em coming.

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    Re: Ok, I've abused Mr. Wes long enough.

    +1 he has it bad

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    If by OCD you mean...Outstanding Craftsmanship and Design then by all means I agree.
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