Street Rodder - 1995

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January
Features - Showcase (A unique treat - Dave Bell in color), 1994 Street Rodder Index (Where to find what you need, when you need it), Club Directory (All the car clubs you could ever hope to join, and how to get in touch), Reader's Art (Jeff Sanders brings us sketchpad dreams of a '29 Oakland) Tech - Engine Covers (Weber's three-way hood hinge and latch), Crossmember Kit (JRL Street Rods solves engine and transmission installation in '35-'40 Fords). Flathead For The Nineties Part 12 (Buyer's guide) Events - Carlisle And Rhinebeck (The Goodyear Guys strike again - twice), Orange County (The Great Labor Day Event Cruise No. 12), Showtime (A six-pack of SoCal events), Macungie '94 (The Wheels of Time throw a "Sweet 16" party), Instant Success (The first NSRA Northeast Nationals) Feature Rods - Two Of A Kind (Cozy Simonian and Tyler Pollack take their highway show on the road), Generosity Makes It Happen (The OCCA Grand Prize Giveaway - A Deuce five-window coupe), Red Hot & Nashty (Randy Northuis' '35 Nash sedan), The Roots Of Customs (Monte Osborn's '40 Merc convertible sedan and David Wolk's '39 Merc coupe make a nostalgic pair), Talbot Tools A Winner (Rick Talbot's '33 Ford phantom Victoria convertible), Fatnlow (21-year-old's college cruiser - a '48 Ford coupe), Four-Pack (One-third-of-a-dozen custom rods that are smokin' hot), Executive Street Rod (Bob Reed's '47 Cadillac convertible), Chevy Business (Clay Bilyeu's '38 business coupe) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, Window Shopper, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Early Iron, Modeler's Corner, Shop Manual, Professor Hammer's Metalworking Tips, SRMA Update, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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February
Features - Showcase (Bill Firquain brings us a fat-fendered Ford), Action, Adventure, Camera (A double-blown Deuce roadster is the movie's star), Reader's Art (David Anthony Garcia brings us cartoons of the way we were) Tech - Steer Clear (Installing a steering column in a fiberglass roadster), The Best Of Both Worlds (Gear Vendors under/overdrive), Smoothy Ram's Horns (A good looking, low-dollar alternative to headers), Door Skins (How to fit a new door skin on your street rod) Events - Pigeon Forge (Shadow of the Past XII), Fun With Amphibians (Frog Follies 20th Anniversary), More Roddin' Fun Than You Can Stand (Another sensational six-pack of events), Blast From The Past (The NHRA California Hot Rod Reunion), Fun With Big Al (2nd Annual California Rod Jamboree), Oklahoma City (The 11th Annual NSRA Great Southwest Nationals) Feature Rods - Cover Car - SOHC27T (Gary Newton's fantastic pro-street hair blower), Pleasure Delivery (William Carnell's '33 Ford hauler), Aesthetics, Inc. (Dave Motta's perfect '40 Ford pickup), Key Ingredients (Mike Key's '40 Chevy coupe), Fat-Fendered Fixation (Chris Jaranco's '47 Ford coupe), Pushing The Envelope (Barbara Ledbetter's phantom '47 Ford Tudor tub), Every Golfer Needs A Good Driver (Cliff Cantwell's '34 Chevy cabriolet), Four-Pack (Thirty-four pack), British Nostalgia (Martin Thomas' rockabilly rod), Labor Of Love (Mike DiMattera's '35 Ford Tudor) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, Window Shopper, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Early Iron, Modeler's Corner, Shop Manual, Professor Hammer's Metalworking Tips, SRMA Update, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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March
Feature - Showcase (Jerry Aldous offers up a whole bunch of rods), Inside Alpha McLean (The wire wheel wizards), My '40 Revisited (Frank Odda's love story continues), History Of A Beater (The story of a daily driver, and a 100% rodder at heart), Reader's Art (Dennis McPhail renders a flamed '40 convertible in cool surroundings) Tech - The Wheel Doctor (Buff your aluminum to a Nineties shine), Hairpins And Bobby Socks (Here's the "skinny" on hairpin radius rods), The Jag Rear End Flange-To-Flange (Part 1: Disassembling a stock unit), The Mysterious Hidden Hood Latch (A no-dollar solution), Replacing The Fruit Jar (How to convert to a dual-chamber master cylinder) Events - The 35th Houston Autorama (A Texas extravanganza), Key To The Hills Rod Run (The Pride of Texas Street Rods holds their 8th annual good time), The 15th NSRA National North (Let's do Kalamazoo), Cherry's Jubilee (A fun weekend for a good cause) Feature Rods - Cover Car - The Bruce Meyer Collection (A lesson in rodding history), 6-Glide (Harry Stirnemann's '37 Chevy coupe), Overseas Transplant (Nick Arlett's rejuvenated '40 Ford pickup), The Looney Family Jewels (The patriarch paves the way for automotive enjoyment), aTRACKtive (Two different examples of the Track T, from Steve Michaelson and Red Greth), Dream Come True (Chuck Barrett's '34 Chevy is finished at last), First Car, First Show, First Place (Royce Glader's '37 Ford club coupe), Deuce Double Feature (A SoCal sweetie by Barry White, and a Midwest smoothy from Al Young), Four-Pack (From thin to fat!), Grape Popsicle (A cool Canadian coupe), Pro-Heavy Lincoln (The latest loveable from Gary Meadows) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, Window Shopper, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Early Iron, Modeler's Corner, Shop Manual, Professor Hammer, SRMA Update, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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April
Feature - Showcase (Cult artist legend Robert Williams brings us terror in the streets), Shop Tour (SRM visits Butch's Rod Shop), Choosing The Right Ride (From a rebuild to a scratch-built, a little R&D pays off), My Forty Revisited - Part II (Plastic media cleanup - it's a blast), Double Vision Chevy (The awesome small-block V-16), Street Rod University - Part I (Where do you go to learn this stuff?), Reader's Art (Brent Gill inks up a full-fendered Deuce roadster) Tech - User Friendly (Renewing the Deuce fuel system), Backyard Grilling (Master chef Ron Covell whips up a recipe to put some teeth in your project), Frenched Headlights (Hagen Street Rod Necesseties' converion for '37-'38 Chevies), The Jag Rear End - Part II (Identification from 1960-95) Events - Spotlight On Boston (The Auto Palace World Of Wheels), Phoenix (The 26th Annual World of Wheels '95) Feature Rods - Cover Car (Steve Moal's evolutionary roadster, the California Speedster), Landscaper's Leisure (Tom Gibson's famous '33 Ford), Wood For The Road (Nothing beats a board - if it's in the form of a street rod woodie), The Michigan Phantom (Wayne Blackstock's '37 three-window coupe), Orange Heat (Bill Smith's bad awful good '39 Chevy), Pro-Street '47 (Larry Harris' Ford Coupe is Vegas bred), Four-Pack (Givin' you the Willys...times four), The Fireman's Woodie (Don Mabe's '29 Model A panel delivery), Cadilackey (Doug Lackey's '47 Cadillac is both a rod and a custom), Lowbrow Deuce (Robert Williams' down 'n' dirty traditional three-window highboy) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, Window Shopper, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Early Iron, Modeler's Corner, Shop Manual, Professor Hammer, SRMA Update, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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May
Feature - Showcase (Thom Taylor illustrated a stylish delivery), A World Of Swirl (Talkin' rods with Billy F. Gobbons), My '40 Revisited (Part 3: Mr. Oddo paints his firewall), Europe And Back (Dealing with a Deuce on foreign soil), Street Rod University (Part 2: Let the pros help sharpen your skills), Mr. Gasket Company (Behind the scenes at the best known name in high performance), Reader's Art (Roger Pina scribes a Deuce) Tech - The Jag Rear End (Part 3: All about calipers and parking brakes), Nine-Inch Ford Rear End I.D. (Finding the best fanny), Dr. Galloway Creates (A Phantom five-window delivery), Filling And Hammer Welding (Steel top how-to) Events - The 46th Oakland Roadster Show (Graddaddy of all indoor car shows), The Car Quest World Of Wheels (A Hoosier happening) Feature Rods - Cover Car - Billy's Driver (Traveling incognito, but still having fun), Mail-Order Delivery (Dan Walker's '33 Chevy), The Smoothster(America's most beautiful roadster), Rebirth Of A Hupmobile (The definition of different), Hawaiian Style (A street rod from paradise), Four-Pack (Cool cruisers from the Thirties), Ex-Fordor (Harold Jacquet does it his way), The Grape Escape (A nostalgia resurrection), Potpourri Custom (John Conley's super Olds) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, Window Shopper, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Early Iron, Modeler's Corner, Shop Manual, Professor Hammer, SRMA Update, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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June
Features - Showcase (Greg Lavers renders a tasteful '29 Highboy), The Connecticut Steering Connection (A factory tour of Borgeson Univeral Company), Share Your Hobby (How to get your youngsters interested in street rods), Almost To The Curb (Jerry Slattery goes garage rodding to see what's in the works), High School Auto Shop 1995 (California's Corona Del Mar High School offers a successful course), Art Center (Designing street rods with alternative power), Design And Styling (Tips on planning your next project), Reader's Art (Dennis Sammon shows his idea of a Model 40 highboy coupe) Tech - Aardema Development Builds (A single overhead cam kit for small-block Fords), Beat The Wear Factor (Exhaust coating for a street rod named Desire), Posi-Glide Power Windows (Juliano's provides the most complete how-to ever), The Jag Rear End (Part 4: Final assembly, with options) Events - The 35th Cavalcade Of Customs (Cincinnati sizzles), The 43rd Detroit Autorama (Motown motor mania), Darryl Starbird's Rod & Custom Show (Tulsa, OK is A-OK) Feature Rods - Cover Car - Get Foosed! (Dick Mattioli has Sam Foose "deliver" a special gem), Don Simpson's Killer Koupe (Part 1: Radical Chevy build-up), Fan-C-'33 (The pursuit of a street rod dream), The Vader Grafitti Coupe (A decidely different Deuce), Lady's Choice (Brooke Johnson's family-built track T), Metamporphosed Woodie (Mike Chiavetta designed and built one his way), Beauty & The Beast (His and her's versions of street rodding fun), Four-Pack (Cool coupes from Great Britain), Sweet Pea (Terry Syler's '34 Chevy Victoria), Bad Boy Olds 88 (Terry Henry's radical rocket) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, Window Shopper, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Early Iron, Modeler's Corner, Shop Manual, Professor Hammer, SRMA Update, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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July
Features - Showcase (Paul Fenwick takes the retro route with a stylish Model A), Don Simpson's Killer Koupe (Build-up: Part 2), Dan Fink's SVO '32 (JBA Racing Engines provides the punch), Almost To The Curb (Jerry Slattery does the shop hog, to see what's going on), Reader's Art (David Looper shows a Deuce that's super) Tech - A New Direction For Fuel Injection (Bob Ida brainstorms a Hillborn 'stalgia-techno-retrofit), Straightening Door Stops (Help for one-piece glass installations), Precision Engine Balancing (Extend the life of your engine), Installing the Chisholm Suspension (Step-by-step how-to - front and rear), Texas Tech Tips (Sonny Rossi shares some crafty ideas) Events - 6th SoCal Spring Nationals (The Goodguys invade Pomona), 18th Annual Tom's Fun Run (Southern California's oldest driving event), Show-Stoppin' Six-Pack (Cool events from across the country), D.C. World Of Wheels (Washington hosts a "capital" attraction), Goodguy's March Meet (The thunder continues) Feature Rods - Cover Car - Born To Run (Butch Esposito and Bob Ida team up on a Jersey jewel), Withstanding The Test Of Time (A sailor's delight), First Timer (Roger Okerstram's smooth '40 Chevy), Top Gun (Steve Hensley's KB powered roadster), Fairweather Flyer (A new company cruiser for the Super Bell Axle Company), Supercab (Al Packard's '48 Chevy C.O.E.), Full-House (A nostalgia-style Deuce from Sweden), Four-Pack (Topless prowlin'), Pure Smoothness (One slick '37 Ford Tudor), Give You The Willys (A tasteful 1952 Aero Ace) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, Window Shopper, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Early Iron, Modeler's Corner, Shop Manual, Professor Hammer, SRMA Update, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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August
Features - Showcase (John "Waldo" Glaspey takes the spotlight), Almost To The Curb (SRM visits more rodder's garages), Making Thunder's Lightening (Thunder Ranch takes street rodding in a whole new direction), Dan Fink's SVO '32 (Part 2: engine build-up), Reader's Art (E. Wayne Huffaker shows his stuff) Tech - Using The Cut-N-Form Louver System (Ron Covell demonstrates Eastwood's cool new tool), Proper Care Of Your Street Rod's Vital Fluids (Engine and transmission oil coolers), Heavy Breathing Five-Liter (Ford designs a very interesting cylinder head), How Do You Get In (MagTech entry system install), Ain't No Yoke (Tips on changing Ford rear-end flanges), Balance And Timing (Factual info from Frank Odda) Events - NSRA Nationals South (The Knoxville season-opener continues to grow), The Portland Roadster Show (This gem of events sparkles with brilliant street rods), 8th Annual Main Street Car Show (A full day of fun with the Bay City Rodders), NSRA Western Nationals (West Coast rodders boogie to Bakersfield), Kool April Nites (A Northern California happening), Hot Roddin' Cowtown (Ft. Worth, Texas is just terrific) Feature Rods - Cover Car - Killer Koupe (Don Simpson and PC3g brainstorm one radical rod), McAteer's Figment (A subtle '39 Ford cabriolet), A Winning Hand (Ed Scarla's pair of Deuces), Beautifully British (Resourceful rod building in Great Britain), The Blue Point Bullet (Father and son project has built-in attitude), Tribute (There's no doubt, Dad would be proud), Jet-Setting Dee Howard (Brings us a Lincoln and a Jagabaker), Four-Pack (Willys on parade), Angle-Whacked Nomad (More tricks from Mike Adams Rod Shop) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, Window Shopper, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Professor Hammer, SRMA Update, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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September
Features - Showcase (Mark Weaver creates the "DeusenFord"), Lightening - Part 2 (Putting the rumble in Thunder's Lightening), Reader's Art (Dawie Coetzee renders rodding elegance), Video Guide (A review of nine instructional metalworking videos), Shop Tour (Tom Voeele visits Art Morrison Enterprises), Street Rodder's Annual Directory (The most complete source, with over 1000 listings) Tech - Flush-Mounted Taillights (Hagan helps you do-it yourself), Quadradeuce (A project with a purpose), TH350...Beer Budget & Bullet-Proof (Part 1: Tech-talkin' tranny tips), Dan Fink's SVO '32 (Part 3: Crank and rod prep), Bolt On 100 Horsepower (Interesting info from the top supercharger sources) Events - York Rules! (Street rods rumble Route 30), NHRA/Godguys Hot Rod Nationals (Lots of cars, nostalgia drags and Street Rodder's Top Ten award), 31st Annual L.A. Roadster Show (A true Southern California tradition), 25th Annual Antique Nationals (Where everything old is new again) Feature Rods - Cover Car - Cruz Bum (Mark Cilani's wild Hemi-powered roadster), The New Delaware Destroyer (Paul Gerritsen's '37 super coupe), The Beauty In Obscurity (Gene Ray's '34 Plymouth sedan), Wilde Evolutions (The street rod with an electrical attitude), That Yellow '36 (Belongs to David and Nadine Bettencourt), The Master Of Adaption (Ernie Belcher and his '47 Chevy coupe), Four-Pack (Truckin' street rod style), The Lobeck Touch (Doin' a Deuce, quite right!), Pur-T-'51 (Jack Gibson's modernized Merc) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, Window Shopper, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Professor Hammer, SRMA Update, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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October
Features - Showcase (Larry Anderson scribes a Comp. Eliminator T Roadster, and Bill Lutz shows a tall T), No More Storage Blues (A new place to keep your pride and joy), Shop Tour (A visit to RB's Obsolete Automotive), Making Thunder's Lightening (Part 3 shows yet more innovation), Quadradeuce (Part 2 centers around several unique characteristics), Tom Taylor's Facelift (Make the transition from "Too Loud" to tastefully proud), Classic Images (From the editors of The Rodder's Journal), Reader's Art (David Looper has a vision and a version of the early T race car) Tech - Fuel Safety (Products that increase your protection), Dan Fink's SYO '32 (Part 4: more insight to proper engine preparation and assembly), TH350...Beer Budget & Bullet-Proof (Part 2: More tips on parts selection and installation), Shifty Business (Frank Oddo freshens up a C-4) Events - 5th New England Summer Nationals (Massachusett's and Moscaffian make it happen), 11th NSRA Rocky Mountain Nationals (Pueblo, Colorado is the place to be), Cruising To Cache Valley (How to have a fun-filled weekend in Utah), Goodguys Pacific Northwest Nationals (Puyallup provides very pleasant surroundings), Super Run '95 (North of the border fun, Canadian style) Feature Rods - Lady Luck II (This Total Performance T provides Chuck Vranas with a dream come true), Luxo Rod (John and Willie Norton would easily rather have a Buick), Time Traveler (A visit to the "Duncsonian Institute"), Ford/Chevy Wars (Duane McBroom's '37 Chevy and Paul MacNeil's '32 Ford), Blue-Blooded Thriller (Kevin Alsott's '35 Ford techno-rod), Four-Pack (T buckets strut their stuff), The Flame Continues To Burn (A special project has been completed after it's owner passed away), Bob Juliano's Freeway Surfer (Building a better woodie, with all the right stuff) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, Window Shopper, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Early Iron, Modeler's Corner. Shop Manual, Professor Hammer, Cop Shop, SRMA Update, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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November
Features - Showcase (Darrell Mayabb illustrates a chopped '31 Ford), Making Thunder's Lightening (This time, we'll see some fine-tuning take place), 7th Annual Lipstick Run (Canadian ladies in search of adventure), Deco Rods (See what happens when Dave Hill turns his computer on), Shop Tour (A trip to ididit, the steering column specialists), Classic Images (From the editor's of The Rodders Journal), Reader's Art (Kevin Laseter renders his version of a cool Model A tub) Tech - Quadradeuce (Part 3: Body modifications and creating the interior), Dan Fink's SVO '32 (Part 5: In-depth cylinder head modifications, load limits and relays), Shopping For Switches (Useful tips on functions, load limits and relays), Seamless Windshield How-To (Clack's Rod Shop shows us the way), Lowering The Fat Level (New rear springs for RenuRod) Events - Goodguys Visit The Heartland (Fun, friendship and fireworks), The 1995 NSRA Street Rod Nationals (The big one!), The Day Of The Forty (This original gathering honors a special automobile), 20th Straits Area Antique Auto Show (Better known as St. Ignace), Canats '95 (Rob Fortier takes us border hopping to visit our Canadian friends), More International Events (Going global, with stops in Sweden and Australia) Feature Rods - The Color Purple (Kevin Alstott's wild '37 three-window coupe), The ZR-1 Merchant (A statement in restoring ingenuity), K-B, Or Not K-B (John Rasmussen had an easy decision), The Candy Carbiolet (Smooth styling suits Robert Furrow just fine), The Bounty Hunter Rides Again (An impressive restoration), Four Pack (Box tops and flop tops), Ths Missouri Mule (Found in 100% original hot rod condition), Fireman's Folly (An ugly duckling turns into a rapid red wagon) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, Window Shopper, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Early Iron, Modeler's Corner, Shop Manual, Professor Hammer, SRMA Update, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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December
Features - Showcase (A 60th anniversary salute to the 1935 Ford), Shop Tour (Visiting HPC, in Salt Lake City, Utah), New For '95 (A look at the latest products for your street rod), Roll 'Em Over (The work is easier when your rod gets tipsy), Almost To The Curb (Sneak previews of projects destined to dazzle), Classic Images (Two beauties exposed in bare steel), Reader's Art (Gerard Blommaert's wild Willys sedan delivery) Tech - Dan Fink's SVO '32 (Part 6: Dyno testing the SVO powerplant), Street Rod Brake Facts (Comprehensive information for a proper stopping system), Theft Deterrent (Extra piece of mind that's easy to install), Distinctive Door Do-Overs (Stylish, do-it-yourself door panels), Information For The Highway (Understanding and installing gauges), Kid Tested, Adult Approved (Check out this approach to entry-level rodding), One-Piece Door Glass (The Glass House shows us how on a '40 Ford) Events - Cruisin' Branson Lights (The first annual fun-fest was a blast), The Route 66 Rendezvous (A celebration of American culture), The Newport Cruizin' Nationals (The Rhode Island shoreline hosts a true winner), Six-Pack Of Events (Street Rodder takes you show hoppin"), 20th Annual Corn Boil (The recipe calls for good times on Florida's Atlantic coast), Just 4-Fun (Shawnee, Kansas, hosts it's second annual event) Feature Rods - The Quadradeuce (Summit Racing's 500hp-all-wheel-drive roadster), Wooden Ingenuity (Two very appealing highboy woodies), "Hollywood" Bad Boy (Gary Hallwood's aggressive Willys), Great Expectations (One head-turning '36 Ford pickup), Lightening (The rear-engine, monocoque roadster from Thunder Road), Four Pack (Something old, something new), Full Circle Forty (Anthony Julian's coupe re-enters his life) Departments - Letting The Chips Fly, Rodder Mail, Street Corner, Quarter-Mile Update, Window Shopper, Street Rodding in Bill's Eye, Modeler's Corner, Early Iron, Shop Manual, Professor Hammer, SRMA Update, Cop Shop, Happenings, 20 Years Ago, Henry HiRise
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