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    I was hoping for a set of 3X spark plugs, but all Santa left me was a lump of coal and some yellow snow.

    Christmas Santa Pee.jpg

  • #2
    Santa's been drinking again ! There are 4x plugs on espray now ! They're a hotter plug right ? Merry Christmas to you and your family Tom !!! Pat
    Model A's and of course the famous AA's


    • #3
      Actually I got some 3X plugs a few years ago when they were cheap on Amazon. Merry Christmas everyone.


      • Mitch
        Mitch commented
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        Yea a whole bunch of us cashed in on that deal

        BILL WILLIAMSON commented
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        I'm a BLESSED MAN, I don't need ANYTHING!!!!
        Dad Happy

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