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  1. My 89 MAUI

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  2. My friends '88 coupe

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  3. Reatta at the Cars & Coffee cruise-in

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  4. Cumberland Falls in KY

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  5. Photos of my Reatta

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  6. My '90 Vert

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  7. Reatta pictures from last summer

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  8. My Reatta is in hibernation for the winter.

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  9. October Cars & Coffee in Knoxville

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  10. Casino Trip

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  11. Cherohala Skyway Fall Color Cruise

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  12. Road Trip - Colorado

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  13. Buick dealer suprise

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  14. This is a first as far as I know

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  15. Tail of The Dragon

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