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I honestly do not know what the hell this person is thinking on doing this to this vet!

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You're right. Those chrome taillight grilles look stupid! :)

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I posted this same pic in the BRZ collumn awhile back to tease Z)6 as he is from Florida...

Do NOT know what someone was thinking.

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