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post #11 of 33 Old 6th November 2004, 11:32 PM
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Re: What a fine job RMS did! Check this out

this isnt even funny!

oh my god!


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Re: What a fine job RMS did! Check this out

Wow! Osh is a piece of work. I can't imagine how this guy is still in business!
Zip ties instead of bolts??!!?!! What's next? Cardboard instead of sheet metal? LOLOLOL.

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I swear...that man

Im in the highspeed aluminum business
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hmm.. I think i see some chewing gum on the wires on the top left of the pic too.. wow.. no expense spared...

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i believe that bazooka chewing gum is the perfered chioce...comes with those little comics in them.

Im in the highspeed aluminum business
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i believe that bazooka chewing gum is the perfered chioce...comes with those little comics in them.
Aren’t those comics cool... and strangely so dead on.

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Better Business Bureau?? Mass mailing of complaints and but him out of business.

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Re: What a fine job RMS did! Check this out

a guy over on e46fanatics just let RMS supercharge his m3, claims 600 hp....cant wait to see what goes wrong with this one.
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It's a good job RMS did not have some twist ties hanging around

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