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March 07, 2012


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Air Intake Kits

Now that's something I couldn't get my hands with. But that doesn't bring me down. Having to only see it is already worthwhile.

Tyra Shortino

Wow, my boyfriend would love those flames! He’s been to many car shows before… and the cars he fancied the most are those which had flame decals on them… I still wonder why he’s into it sometimes, but I guess it just shows the kind of personality he has: fiery! ;)

Ivo Beutler

Now that’s what I call a hot ride! I love cars with flame designs. Those streaks of red fire automatically make your car hot no matter what make it is. The name “Cheaterville” is a very remarkable name for such a remarkable car. It’s perfect! =)


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Has the car been sold yet?

Terry Parkhurst

This Corvette was being offered for sale, on consignment. I recently talked with Jeri Drager, the collector car dealer that was handling the car; and he told me that the owner had taken the "Cheaterville" Corvette back, and that he (Drager), didn't know if it was still for sale; has had no further contact with the owner, Bill Cotter.

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