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Originally posted by speedy2k4
i've never heard of an STD LPR. is it just a regular smartparts lpr with herpes?
Freak Factory Impulse (Freak Barrel, Dye Stickies & Maxflo Tank)
Automag 68 Classic (Old Style All-American Barrel and Air America Raptor Tank)
Minicocker (Progressive, J&J Ceramic & Oldschool Nitroduck Tank)
P68 Stock Class (Ball count slots, dropout co2 slot, honed barrel)
Halo B, Egg II, 2x Pre-BE Revvy, Profiler, Invision, Spectra, Dye/Proto everything. I have enough stuff to have 3 players ready to play... Too lazy to take pictures to sell stuff...

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Main: FF impy #206 Pewter with chrome highlights, Maxflo manifold 4500/68ci, SP Blade Trigger || Rec: 68 Classic Automag, Sanded and Polished Right-Fed Body, Stock frame (soon to be upped), Gas-Thru grips, Velosity Adjusting Thingey || Soon: Phantom
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