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melissa parker 1h
If use at&t, sprint or Verizon and and any other carrier and it postpaid, rt and dm me ,first 30 sugar babies gets an iPhone X😁
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Marisa Sep 22
Hello beautiful people I'm here to relieve you of credit card debts πŸ’³πŸ’³πŸ’³and I'm gonna be paying up some phone bills RT and like to get noticed
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JOHNNY ROCK 5h
Cool Cat Mez 🐱 rented limited number of identically optioned Big Block 390-4V XR7’s in 1968
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Modesty Blaze Sep 23
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Kim dissobey Sep 24
Any of u bitches been that hard ur make up runs like this? Any of u guys a bitch till she chokes? This is what i sent hubby when I was out meeting a young guy once ps hope u like the pic all,have a good Monday πŸ’‹
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Modesty Blaze Sep 23
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SK 10h
Replying to @kaaatmo_
Fuck the age Hun only a number πŸ™‹πŸΌβ€β™€οΈ xo
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Nikki_Fox 14m
Someone made me a favorite . Call me 1-800-To-Flirt, ext: 9672733 to see why.
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Julie Wilson 5h
is always πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
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Cougar BBW 14h
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Bill Holdsworth 15h
1969 ; cid, 4 bbl, 290 hp, Gross Torque 290 ft lb @ 4300 rpm; 4-speed manual, Rear Axle 3.25 std; Top speed 131 mph; 0-60 mph in 7.5 secs; quarter mile in 15.9 secs @ 91 mph; Power to Weight ratio 0.773 hp/10 lbs
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Bill Holdsworth Sep 23
Despite the internal competition, L-M's most popular offering for 1968 was the base equipped with bucket seats retailed 78,337 units at $2,933 a copy. Fastest way to identify a '68 is the presence of the legally required side marker lights: amber front, red rear
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Bill Holdsworth Sep 21
Hertz Car Rental acquired 188 1968 's , all with the 390 CID 4bbl of 325 HP. They all came with the C6 Select Shift Automatic, Performance Handling Package, Power Steering, Power Disc Brakes, Air Conditioning, Tilt Wheel, and the ASC Sunroof.
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Northern Skies Aviation Sep 21
In the now out, our article about the professionals of the Dutch helo training
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Bill Holdsworth Sep 20
After January 1, 1968 the "New Decor Group" arrived and added a 302 V-8 engine, bright curb molding & Levant vinyl upholstery. At this same time, it became standard equipment on the , and remained optional on the base 1968 Cougar.
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Bill Holdsworth Sep 20
Some enthusiasts ask why went from the 427E to 428 CJ engines. The simple answer is the 428 is considerably easier to maintain. Performance of the two engines was so similar, many concluded the 428 specs were under-rated by the factory.
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Bill Holdsworth Sep 18
All 1968 had hood scoops, but the ones on 427 equipped cars were non-functional (green car in pics). Since 428 cars all came with Ram Air, the hood scoop was functional and "sealed" to the carburetor when the hood was closed.
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Bill Holdsworth Sep 17
So where did the "E" in come from? Was it from the 427E engine originally used? If so, you should know the β€œE” in the engine code stands for , the car line for which it was originally designed. Food for thought next time you climb behind the wheel of your GT-E
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Bill Holdsworth Sep 17
GT-E option list is quite long: Unique front grille with blacked-out vertical bars & horizontal bright trim bar, Power-dome hood with simulated air intakes. Unique 2-Tone paint; choice of 11 upper body colors, Body side moldings with silver gray argent below the molding.
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kerrywilliams Sep 15
Serious minded babies only, first 100 babies to retweet and follow will get $1500. PayPal and cash app credit card bank account only. I repeat, PayPal and cash app credit card bank account only # #
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