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    Mostly Harmless... refugeefromcalif's Avatar
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    Girl hyped seeing a DeLorean for the first time.



    George

    Edit: I see that Robert,(DMCVegas), has comments on it.
    George.



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    Very cool!

    Thanks for sharing.
    Dana

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    It's so moving!! are those Heninger's torsion bars?


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    Yes it is one of his bars.

    Well spotted. I don't think I have seen one installed before. Looks much better in situ than I was expecting.
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    Heartwarming, and the girl is precious, but vertical video of vertical picture-taking of a horizontal object is killing me!
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