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#255691 - 09/22/12 06:11 AM 1956 THRIFTMASTER ENGINE COLOR JUDGING QUESTION
Rooney3100 Offline

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Registered: 09/08/12
Posts: 23
Loc: Michigan USA
I have recently been corrected by a member on this site about my engine paint color on my 1956 Chevrolet 3100 task force pickup not being correct, he has shown me a piece of liturature that states the engines were grey in color on the thriftmaster motors...

I researched alot before I restored my truck and found that there were alot of different opinions about the correct engine colors on the trucks, I have the correct ID number on my motor(F56X) and when I had my motor boiled before the rebuild...

I found that there was the color of Blue all the way thru, no sign of any Grey paint, so I decided to go with the Bill Hirsh Blue paint....

So my question is: Will I be able to go to a VCCA event and have my Truck Judged with this paint color on my Motor? This is the way my truck came and it was a very original truck when I recieved it, I will post some pics of my motor after it was boiled...

I know from experience on collecting Rupp snowmobiles, that the company did different things to the sleds than what the brochures say..

Did GM follow there manuals and brochures to a T or is everone convinced that gray was the color of the truck only for all the 235 6cyl. years?

Thanks....Rooney3100













Edited by taskforce56 (09/22/12 06:17 AM)

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#255735 - 09/22/12 05:11 PM Re: 1956 THRIFTMASTER ENGINE COLOR JUDGING QUESTION [Re: Rooney3100]
a3alf Offline

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Registered: 02/12/11
Posts: 192
Loc: New York
I owned two new 56 trucks and the motors were gray.
one was a 3100 the other a 3600.
Al

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#255791 - 09/23/12 09:55 AM Re: 1956 THRIFTMASTER ENGINE COLOR JUDGING QUESTION [Re: Rooney3100]
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Loc: West Allis,Wi.
Yes you can have your truck judged at a VCCA event. You will have a few points deducted if the judges "catch" the wrong engine color. It will be up to you to furnish Chevrolet documentation for anything the judges find incorrect.

Chevrolet never did things like switch engine color during production. The one time they did on the 1957 passenger car 265 engine it was documented in the servie bulletins. The color of the engine identified the engine for the technician for ordering parts and making adjustments.

The color may have faded during the
hot tank" proceedure. The engine may have been rebuilt in the early life of the vehicle and repainted. It was not unusual for these engines to be burning oil at 50,000 miles.

You can check with the technical advisor for youur truck whose name will be listed in the G&D for further facts.

Any accessory or part added a vehicle must be listed in the parts book, accessory book or any other literature published by Chevrolet for that year and model.

The blue engines were used in passenger cars only and had the "Blue Flame" decal on the valve cover.

In 1956 even the 8 cylinder engines used in light duty trucks were painted gray. This is true for 1955-1962 trucks where the light duty 6 and 8 cyl. engines were all gray.
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#255868 - 09/24/12 09:23 AM Re: 1956 THRIFTMASTER ENGINE COLOR JUDGING QUESTION [Re: Chev Nut]
novasscott Offline

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I knew Gene would come on the airwaves to help with this one. I was not sure but my research also said grey. One thing about when we wonder what was original keep in mind that many many years have passed and we don't really know the whole history of a vehicle that we did not buy new. That's why we help each other with the knowledge we have and why HPOCF has been a great asset for all of us to refer to. Thanks Gene! thanku
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#255896 - 09/24/12 05:01 PM Re: 1956 THRIFTMASTER ENGINE COLOR JUDGING QUESTION [Re: Chev Nut]
Rooney3100 Offline

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Registered: 09/08/12
Posts: 23
Loc: Michigan USA
Originally Posted By: Chev Nut
Yes you can have your truck judged at a VCCA event. You will have a few points deducted if the judges "catch" the wrong engine color. It will be up to you to furnish Chevrolet documentation for anything the judges find incorrect.

Chevrolet never did things like switch engine color during production. The one time they did on the 1957 passenger car 265 engine it was documented in the servie bulletins. The color of the engine identified the engine for the technician for ordering parts and making adjustments.

The color may have faded during the
hot tank" proceedure. The engine may have been rebuilt in the early life of the vehicle and repainted. It was not unusual for these engines to be burning oil at 50,000 miles.

You can check with the technical advisor for youur truck whose name will be listed in the G&D for further facts.

Any accessory or part added a vehicle must be listed in the parts book, accessory book or any other literature published by Chevrolet for that year and model.

The blue engines were used in passenger cars only and had the "Blue Flame" decal on the valve cover.

In 1956 even the 8 cylinder engines used in light duty trucks were painted gray. This is true for 1955-1962 trucks where the light duty 6 and 8 cyl. engines were all gray.


Gene, what do you mean by a few points deduction? is it enough to not win any award at a VCCA event? Because there is a 98% I won't pull the motor out and repaint it grey....STEVE M

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#255897 - 09/24/12 05:04 PM Re: 1956 THRIFTMASTER ENGINE COLOR JUDGING QUESTION [Re: novasscott]
Rooney3100 Offline

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Registered: 09/08/12
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Loc: Michigan USA
Originally Posted By: novasscott
I knew Gene would come on the airwaves to help with this one. I was not sure but my research also said grey. One thing about when we wonder what was original keep in mind that many many years have passed and we don't really know the whole history of a vehicle that we did not buy new. That's why we help each other with the knowledge we have and why HPOCF has been a great asset for all of us to refer to. Thanks Gene! thanku


Steve, What is HPOCF?

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#255913 - 09/24/12 06:34 PM Re: 1956 THRIFTMASTER ENGINE COLOR JUDGING QUESTION [Re: Rooney3100]
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Factory original cars are certified in the Historical Preservation of Original Chevrolet Features (HPOCF). The have to retain 75% of original appearance in two areas (engine compartment, interior, exterior, chassis) to qualify for an award. Seems at each meet there are more HPOCF vehicles than the past one. Had a whole bunch in Flint.
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#255927 - 09/24/12 07:19 PM Re: 1956 THRIFTMASTER ENGINE COLOR JUDGING QUESTION [Re: Rooney3100]
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taskforce56: Are you a VCCA member? If so, your VCCA membership number is not posted in your profile.

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#255943 - 09/24/12 08:45 PM Re: 1956 THRIFTMASTER ENGINE COLOR JUDGING QUESTION [Re: Junkyard Dog]
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Taskforce... What factory was your truck built in? If it's a Canadian build, the engine colour may be different... otherwise I'd go with what these guys have said. We did things a little different up here, and had different paint suppliers to the factories in Canada. Don't read this as me saying blue is right... just that if the truck is a Canadian build more research will need to be done.
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#255966 - 09/25/12 03:29 AM Re: 1956 THRIFTMASTER ENGINE COLOR JUDGING QUESTION [Re: brewster]
LonnieC Offline
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Registered: 05/16/11
Posts: 139
Loc: Orlando, Florida
Just to throw some fuel on the ever burning engine-color-fire ... GM documentation is confusing or conflicting.

The first year that I found truck engine colors listed in the GM Heritage Center Restoration Packs was 1960. Two descriptions of the 235 engine color were listed:
> Listed as "gray" on PDF p. 166 of 211
> Listed as "blue gray" on PDF p. 167 of 211, p. 168/211, and p. 169/211.
Don't know if that is enough to document your blue engine or if similar info is available for 1956.

FYI - Error(?) in 283 engine color in the 1960 Restoration Pack:
> 283 Trademaster:
Gray engine paint. p. 166/211
but shows Green engine paint p. 180/211
> 283 Taskmaster:
Green engine paint. p. 166/211
but shows Gray engine paint p. 181/211

RE: Pulling your motor to paint it ...

I painted my '54 235 engine without removing it. I'm happy with the results but what a pain. After scrubbing it for days, I would mask for an hour, then paint for a few minutes. Then mask again and repaint spots on the engine or frame that were oversprayed. Repeat. Repeat. Repeat.
> Masked
> Completed (Filling Station gray engine paint.)

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#255971 - 09/25/12 05:01 AM Re: 1956 THRIFTMASTER ENGINE COLOR JUDGING QUESTION [Re: Junkyard Dog]
Rooney3100 Offline

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Registered: 09/08/12
Posts: 23
Loc: Michigan USA
Originally Posted By: Junkyard Dog
taskforce56: Are you a VCCA member? If so, your VCCA membership number is not posted in your profile.

laugh wink beer2


I sent my information and payment about 3-4 weeks ago and have'nt heard back.....


Edited by taskforce56 (09/25/12 05:09 AM)

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#255972 - 09/25/12 05:08 AM Re: 1956 THRIFTMASTER ENGINE COLOR JUDGING QUESTION [Re: brewster]
Rooney3100 Offline

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Registered: 09/08/12
Posts: 23
Loc: Michigan USA
Originally Posted By: brewster
Taskforce... What factory was your truck built in? If it's a Canadian build, the engine colour may be different... otherwise I'd go with what these guys have said. We did things a little different up here, and had different paint suppliers to the factories in Canada. Don't read this as me saying blue is right... just that if the truck is a Canadian build more research will need to be done.


My truck was built in Oakland California

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#255975 - 09/25/12 05:14 AM Re: 1956 THRIFTMASTER ENGINE COLOR JUDGING QUESTION [Re: LonnieC]
Rooney3100 Offline

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Registered: 09/08/12
Posts: 23
Loc: Michigan USA
Originally Posted By: LonnieC
Just to throw some fuel on the ever burning engine-color-fire ... GM documentation is confusing or conflicting.

The first year that I found truck engine colors listed in the GM Heritage Center Restoration Packs was 1960. Two descriptions of the 235 engine color were listed:
> Listed as "gray" on PDF p. 166 of 211
> Listed as "blue gray" on PDF p. 167 of 211, p. 168/211, and p. 169/211.
Don't know if that is enough to document your blue engine or if similar info is available for 1956.

FYI - Error(?) in 283 engine color in the 1960 Restoration Pack:
> 283 Trademaster:
Gray engine paint. p. 166/211
but shows Green engine paint p. 180/211
> 283 Taskmaster:
Green engine paint. p. 166/211
but shows Gray engine paint p. 181/211

RE: Pulling your motor to paint it ...

I painted my '54 235 engine without removing it. I'm happy with the results but what a pain. After scrubbing it for days, I would mask for an hour, then paint for a few minutes. Then mask again and repaint spots on the engine or frame that were oversprayed. Repeat. Repeat. Repeat.
> Masked
> Completed (Filling Station gray engine paint.)

- Lonnie


Thanks for the reply Lonnie, I may try and repaint the motor in the future....I will try and find more documention....

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#255981 - 09/25/12 06:47 AM Re: 1956 THRIFTMASTER ENGINE COLOR JUDGING QUESTION [Re: Rooney3100]
Chipper Offline



Registered: 11/22/01
Posts: 13264
Loc: The Great State of TEXAS
Steve,
You are VCCA member number 048629. Your first G&D magazine should arrive within days. I have taken the liberty of changing your status on ChatII to VCCA member. Welcome to the family. I hope you enjoy your membership as much as I have mine.
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#256028 - 09/25/12 04:17 PM Re: 1956 THRIFTMASTER ENGINE COLOR JUDGING QUESTION [Re: Chipper]
Rooney3100 Offline

Grease Monkey

Registered: 09/08/12
Posts: 23
Loc: Michigan USA
Originally Posted By: Chipper
Steve,
You are VCCA member number 048629. Your first G&D magazine should arrive within days. I have taken the liberty of changing your status on ChatII to VCCA member. Welcome to the family. I hope you enjoy your membership as much as I have mine.


Thank You, I will enjoy being a member........ROONEY3100

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#256061 - 09/25/12 07:44 PM Re: 1956 THRIFTMASTER ENGINE COLOR JUDGING QUESTION [Re: Rooney3100]
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Registered: 01/08/02
Posts: 18590
Loc: West Allis,Wi.
Loss of points would be very small. The rest of the truck appears to be excellant an would more than make up for the color error.
Note that the fuel filter/pressure thing wouldcause some points to be deducted and a leather boot on the clutch fork also.

The gray paint (also used on 1929-1952 car engines) is refered to as gray and blue/gray.

In 1956 Chevrolet cars with a V-8 had a cranberry red engine and Chevrolet refered to it as orange.....as the 1955 and 1957 engines were orange.
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#258631 - 10/23/12 06:57 AM Re: 1956 THRIFTMASTER ENGINE COLOR JUDGING QUESTION [Re: Chev Nut]
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Registered: 09/14/09
Posts: 3401
Loc: NC usa
"Loss of points would be very small. The rest of the truck appears to be excellent an would more than make up for the color error."

Gene,

I think I know what you intended to say but still...

It is my understanding that all judged cars start out with a certain amount of points. Points are then deducted owing to faults, discripreincies, omissions, changes, etc as unacceptable deviations from original. After a point is (or points are) deducted then, no matter the lack of other deductions, nothing, no matter how well done, can restore the points for the fault already noted. There are never points added, just deducted.

Now, I wonder if I've got this here judging thing right or am I about to get shot down, yet again. Dang! hood

Charlie computer

BTW: I think the above -no adding points- is the reason a basic, "Plain Jane", bottom of the rung car with little or no accessories, will win over a deluxe model with all kinds of accessories that the owner has searched for and paid big bucks to obtain almost every time. It would seem that if points were added for the deluxe model and still more points added for accessories (commensurate with their rarity, quality, etc, it would then help stop this puzzling reality. There is no amount of sympathy, that can be extended to an owner who has restored and accessorized a deluxe model only to have it trumped by a "Plain Jane", to assuage the disappointment he/she may feel. I may be alone on my thinking here. So be it.

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#258643 - 10/23/12 08:44 AM Re: 1956 THRIFTMASTER ENGINE COLOR JUDGING QUESTION [Re: 41specialdeluxe]
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Charlie and other,
While it sometimes happens the plane jane cars don't always get judged higher than the over accessorized (if that is a legit word). Seems that the owners of the cars with all those added goodies have enough funds and dedication to have them in top notch condition. The other fact is that despite the fact that judges are supposed to be totally objective the car with the glitzy stuff often gets a subconscious break.

My next to final comment is that the owners should know the rules and procedure (they are readily available to VCCA members) and anticipate the result of adding accessories.

My final comment is if an award is that desired it is far less expensive to go to a trophy store and have one or more made to their liking.
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#258648 - 10/23/12 09:28 AM Re: 1956 THRIFTMASTER ENGINE COLOR JUDGING QUESTION [Re: Chipper]
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Chipper,

Seems I touched a nerve with the BTW thing. That was unintended. Sorry.

After all, what good would it be to commission your very own trophy? That may have been a pointless comment and of no good except to the simple minded. While I may be on my way to such status, I'm not quite there yet. Getting close, though. hood

As to the plain Jane thing. I get it. Do too!

Now, what about the points added notion that was postulated by Gene and in the body of the post? Any comment on that?

Charlie computer

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#258655 - 10/23/12 10:12 AM Re: 1956 THRIFTMASTER ENGINE COLOR JUDGING QUESTION [Re: 41specialdeluxe]
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Registered: 01/08/02
Posts: 18590
Loc: West Allis,Wi.
"loss of points would be very small"......yes, all start with 1000 points and some number of poins are deducted for each incorrect item. If 10 points would be deducted for incorrect engine color and all other areas would be perfect the vheical would end up with 990 points whick is a ptetty good score.
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#263184 - 12/05/12 10:34 AM Re: 1956 THRIFTMASTER ENGINE COLOR JUDGING QUESTION [Re: Chev Nut]
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Registered: 01/03/02
Posts: 348
Loc: blair,ne
Are point deductions proportionate to the error noted. For example would a 38 with a chrome valve cover on a light gray engine receive a greater points deduction that an engine with just a light gray engine?

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#263188 - 12/05/12 10:45 AM Re: 1956 THRIFTMASTER ENGINE COLOR JUDGING QUESTION [Re: videoranger]
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Yes.

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#263223 - 12/05/12 04:42 PM Re: 1956 THRIFTMASTER ENGINE COLOR JUDGING QUESTION [Re: videoranger]
42bill Offline



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Of course, ALL judging is subjective; but I would agree with Skip's answer.....yes.

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#263241 - 12/05/12 07:20 PM Re: 1956 THRIFTMASTER ENGINE COLOR JUDGING QUESTION [Re: 42bill]
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The amouaant of deduction would depend on the judgement of the judge.
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#276733 - 04/29/13 06:56 AM Re: 1956 THRIFTMASTER ENGINE COLOR JUDGING QUESTION [Re: Rooney3100]
Rooney3100 Offline

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Registered: 09/08/12
Posts: 23
Loc: Michigan USA
Well, I did what you all asked about coming up with some information reguarding the color paint (BLUE) on my 56 Chevrolet truck 3100 thriftmaster 235 motor, the first response was from the Technical advisor Hulon Mccraw,the second response (2 e-mails) comes straight from GENERAL MOTORS........THANKS STEVE M


Steve:

Sorry to take so long getting back to you but I wanted to be a through as possible therefore I called several of my knowledgeable GM guys about your engine color. All agree that the Gray engine is recognized as being correct and our judges will raise the question about any other color being correct, as they should. However we have had experiences in the past where other color engines were found to be correct. So the short answer to your question is you have two options.

1-Repaint your engine Gray and no question should arise about the correct color.

2-Leave the engine Blue, make yourself a book with all the documentation (photos, block stamping, etc.) you have furnished me as well as this email communication, so when the Team Captain asked if you have any supporting documentation on the color of your engine you can present him your documentation. I did have Joe Vicini contact one of the engineers from the Flint, MI plant and he concurred that it could have left the factory with a Blue engine.

If the Team Captain still questions the authenticity of the engine color ask him to contact the Chief Judge of the event. The decision you have to make is do you want to address this issue every time you show your truck or take the easy way and paint it Gray.

Hope I have answered your question completely and good luck, which every way you choose to go.


Thanks
Hulon


From: smavaacharternt [mailto:smavaacharternt]
Sent: Monday, December 31, 2012 8:15 AM
To: hcmccrawaamorrisbbnt
Subject: 1956 Chevrolet 3100 6cyl engine color







GENERAL MOTORS E-MAILS



I gave them a full description and the serial number of my truck that it was the 6 cylinder engine... (THE FIRST E-MAIL RESPONSE I GOT FROM GENERAL MOTORS)



Service Request:  71-1177011333
Customer Relationship Specialist:  Queen


Dear Steve,


Greetings from the Chevrolet Customer Assistance Center! 


We appreciate you taking the time to call us requesting information on your 1956 Chevrolet vehicle.  We understand that you would like to know the engine or motor color of your vehicle.  Based on our research, the engine color for Chevrolet back in the 1950's was blue and for GMC the engine color was orange.


We hope this information has been helpful to you.  If you still have any questions, simply reply to this message or you can contact me directly at 1-866-790-5600 extension 32736.  You may also call our Chevrolet Customer Assistance Center at 1-800-222-1020 and request for immediate assistance.  Customer Relationship Specialists are available Monday through Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Eastern Time.


Again, thank you for contacting Chevrolet.


Sincerely,


The Chevrolet Consumer Support Team











(THE SECOND E-MAIL REPONSE I GOT FROM GENERAL MOTORS)

I asked them to clarify the first e-mail, it said the chevy's from the 50's were blue, it was to general....


Service Request:  71-1177011333
Customer Relationship Specialist:  Queen


Dear Steve,


Greetings from the Chevrolet Customer Assistance Center! 


This email is regarding your inquiry about the engine or motor color of your vehicle.  The engine color for Chevrolet back in the 1950's was blue and for GMC the engine color was orange.  Every single Chevrolet vehicle made in 1950, 51, 52 up to 59, no matter if it is a truck or a car, the engine color is BLUE


We hope this information has been helpful to you.  If you still have any questions, simply reply to this message or you can contact me directly at 1-866-790-5600 extension 32736.  You may also call our Chevrolet Customer Assistance Center at 1-800-222-1020 and request for immediate assistance.  Customer Relationship Specialists are available Monday through Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Eastern Time.


Again, thank you for contacting Chevrolet.


Sincerely,


The Chevrolet Consumer Support Team


NOT SURE WHAT TO THINK, MAYBE THIS WILL CLARIFY THE PAINT COLORS......THANKS....STEVE M



Edited by Rooney3100 (04/29/13 07:06 AM)

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