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On 7/6/2020 at 8:37 PM, Stand By said:

Is this the space invaders trim package? I guess retro is making a come back.

No it's an LT

Nononononononono I don't like two tone look except King Ranch and something I don't like dark red and beige!!!!

I like only 1 single color cars and trucks

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