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  • d j, how is the spring..

    Progressing?
    http://jmodela.coffeecup.com

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    Jim,
    Thank you for being patient,..I talked to the "kid" 1-2 days ago about the spring,..he has been very busy drawing.
    I'll try a little "heat" too motivate him..
    djm

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