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We are going to have a great month in April. As I am writing this it is a sunny day in March and going to hit 82+ today so I’m a happy guy. This riding season is going to jam packed with great rides and events. Our calendar here at Full Throttle is certainly filling up fast. We will be announcing lots of great rides as the weeks pass, so you have to stay tuned into our magazine and our Facebook so you don’t miss any of the great things happening in our area. The 7th Annual Grease Gears and Grooves event will be held this year on Saturday July 11, 2015 and promises to be the biggest and best GGG ever put together. We will be at Sunset Ford again this year but with several changes to allow us more space for the car and bike show entries. The funds raised this year will go to our good friends at Bikers Against Child Abuse. We are true believers in this organization and hope every one of you come out and bring a friend to help raise money for this awesome group. We are beginning to sign up Sponsors and Vendors for the event so be sure and email me or call before we fill up and you miss out. Bike and car show entries will be able to pre-sign up also by emailing me or you can sign up the morning of the event. We are truly grateful to the great people at Sunset Ford again this year for allowing us to host GGG at their facility. So when you need a ford or any pre-owned vehicle stop by and see the biker friendly folks at Sunset Ford. We are also very proud to be the exclusive Motorcycle Magazine sponsor of the 2015 Lake of the Ozark Bikefest. This is going to be a HUGE event this year with some new things Full Throttle Magazine will be bring to the party. Be sure and watch the magazine and our Facebook to see what we will be up to at the event this year. Full Throttle will be announcing soon, how you can win a 3 night stay and several other great promotional items for this year’s Bikefest. Full Throttle Magazine will be giving away a few of these fun trips to Bikefest. Be sure and plug the dates into your calendar, September 17-20. More info about all this will be coming soon. As always, Ride safe and see you on the road with Full Throttle Magazine… Bob The views expressed in the articles in this issue represent the views of the writers and do not necessarily represent the views or opinions of Full Throttle Magazine or its Owners.

Table of Content Page 6-7 A Stitch In Time Page 8: Chic Chat Page 12-14: The first Lady Of Drag Racing Page 15: Help Us Save Shady Jack’s Page 16-18: GOT INK Tattoo Contest Page 23: Southern Armory Page 32-33: Shady Jack’s “The Story” Page 35: The Lake of the Ozarks “Bikefest” Page 39: Grease, Gears & Grooves Page 41: Crack Up’s Page 42-43: “Drinking the Kool Aide” OEM VS Aftermarket Page 48-49: Muscle Car Mania Page 53: Full Throttle Safety Asylum


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has heard that ole’ Proverb “A Stitch in Time Saves Nine”? For those of you who may not know or understand the meaning of this proverb, it’s rather simple. It has to deal with procrastination; dealing with a small problem now to avoid a larger problem later. This is something that Jerry Klich nicknamed “Stitch”, the owner of Top Stitch Interiors, has lived by his whole life. From a very young age, Jerry was always after enterprise; mowing lawns, washing cars; anything to earn money. By the time he turned thirteen; a friend of the family took notice of his entrepreneurial, enterprising skills and offered him a job at his automotive interior upholstery shop. After learning a few skills, one Saturday, there were a couple of guys that didn’t show

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up for work; Jerry stepped up and filled in the gaps. At the age of fourteen, just one year after he started working at this shop, the owner realized that Jerry’s skill set and learning capabilities far surpassed many of the season veterans.

By the time he was seventeen, it was suggested by his school counselor that he leave high school and enroll into a trade school. The reason behind this suggestion was, it had become quite clear that Jerry more than excelled in his elective classes; wood shop, auto shop and even gym. Academically he fell short. His parents did not have the money for trade school and since he had been doing upholstery from the age of thirteen, they felt it would be best if he continued the path of automotive upholstery under the supervision of his current boss. He worked for Mayberry Upholstery in Belleville, IL up to the age of nineteen where he went to St. Louis and put in an application at Eddie’s Auto Top on Manchester Road. Eddie’s Auto Top had three locations around town. He was hired on and commuted back and forth from Belleville to St. Louis every day. At 21 years old, Jerry’s skills impressed Eddie so much so that he made him manager of his Florissant location. He worked for Eddie for about four years and ended up deciding to move to Northern California to be closer to some of his family out west. California became his second home of 42 years. When Jerry moved out west he worked for an upholstery shop for about four months and decided to open his own business called “Sew Fine Interiors” specializing in Street Rods.

tch in Time Throughout the years he continued honing his craft. He became so good that in 1985 his work was recognized by the Auto Trim Association and certified him as a Certified Master Craftsman in his field. At that time there were 350 individuals that were certified in a five year period. Now that number has dwindled down to fifty.

Jerry’s work is recognized around the world; earning award after award, trophy after trophy. All the work he does is from scratch; from the fabrication, to the sewing, to the installation and trim work. Not only does he do complete restoration and fabrication projects, he also does simple repairs, center consoles, headliners, door panels for any automobile and custom motorcycle seats. He leaves no “Stitch” undone. About nine years ago he decided to move back to St. Louis to be close to some family that stills remain out here in the mid-west. He moved his company, Sew Fine Interiors to continue his work. Four years ago, due to some unforeseen complications, he change his company name to what is now known as “Top Stitch Interiors”. Remember



mentioned that the number of Certified Master Craftsman went from 350 down to 50? Well, Ranken Technical College saw that same drop in numbers. This is becoming a dying trade. They realized that there is a true need in this market. The people at the college were very familiar with Jerry’s work and approached him, about two and a half years ago, to see if he would be willing to teach a new class on automotive upholstery. Jerry also seeing the need in the market accepted the position. Teaching these young minds all the skills Jerry’s has learned throughout the years is a real joy for him. He couldn’t be more proud to pass along a love and passion for automotive interior work. He doesn’t want to see this field die off. There is a very important element when it comes to automotive interior. It’s the attention to detail that separates the pre-made forms that come in a box from the show stopping, award winning, tricked out automobiles. “A Stitch in Time Saves Nine” Words to live by. Jerry will be seventy this year and if he allowed procrastination and the lack of determination to get in his way, he would not be the best of the best in his field. If you want to be the best, then learn from the best. If you want to have the best, then you need to get it from the best. Jerry “Stitch” Klich; Top Stitch Interiors is the BEST!

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One of the main reasons that I chose this series to write about was because it shows me how powerful women can be. Sure there are a lot of powerful and influential women in the world. But this is a motorcycle and car magazine right? So talking about Margaret Thatcher would seem out of place. What I’m focusing on are all the power women who have changed the motorcycle industry. So I press on. Next up is Bessie Stringfield. She is the First woman to ride a solo trip across the United State eight times.

she received all of her skills from Jesus Christ. Her strong faith is what got her through so many nights. Having to combat that fact that she was a female motorcycle rider in the 1930’s and 1940’s and that she was African American made it difficult to find shelter for the night. There were many nights that she would pull into a gas station and she would lean back on the gas tank using her jacket as a pillow and propped her legs up on the rear fender to use her bike as a bed. There were other times that she would encounter polite strangers of the Bessie faced two changes in your endeavors; same ethnicity who would take her in for the night all the one being that she was a woman and the other while knowing that the Lord will always provide for her. that she was an African American Woman. Throughout her travels, Bessie managed to marry Bessie Stringfield, also known as BB was born in and divorce six times. She was unable to carry a child Kingston, Jamaica in 1911. She was brought to the after enduring three miscarriages. After divorcing her US but sadly was orphaned at the age of five. She was third husband, Arthur Stringfield, he told her to keep taken in and raised by an Irish woman who gave her his name because one day she will make it famous. anything that she wanted but taught her that if there is While the US was going through World War II, she anything that she needed she should ask the Lord Jesus worked for the Army as a Civilian Military Dispatch Christ for it. Bessie was also taught that she can be Rider. She was the only woman in her unit. Bessie anything that she set her mind to be. went through rigorous training At the age of sixteen, she wante maneuvers. Honing her skills to d a motorcycle. She asked her Irish deal with the toughest terrain; mother for one and she got one. It crossing over swaps, tree limbs, was a 1928 Indian Scout. Bessie makeshift bridges. Even though see knew nothing about motorcycles. acquired all these skills, she never She didn’t know how to work the had to use them in the line of duty. controls or how to maneuver the bike around. When she started getting the Bessie moved to Florida and hang of everything, she appeared to bought a house in the suburbs be a natural. She said it must be the of Miami In the 1950’s. She man upstairs giving me the skills. became a licensed practical nurse and founded the Iron Horse Bessie felt happiest when she was Motorcycle Club. She won a flat on two wheels; especially when she track race but was denied the was on the back of a Harley. Even though she loved her prize money because she was disguised as a man. She Indian Scout, there was nothing like a Milwaukee Iron. would frequently display her stunts like standing on She owned 27 Harley-Davidsons throughout her life the seat of her Harley while it was in motion. These antics would draw a lot of attention from the press. At the age of 19 she grabbed and penny and a map She was eventually called the “Negro Motorcycle of the United States. She tossed to penny up in the Queen” and later Motorcycle Queen of Miami”. air and wherever it landed that’s where she rode her motorcycle. Eventually she hit all 48 mainland Bessie died at the age of 82 due to complication state. She did hill climbing and trick riding for of an oversized heart. She was inducted carnival stunt shows all the while stating that into the Motorcycle Hall of Fame in 2002.

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First Lady of In a tough male based sport that was not ready to accept women as competitors, the most tenacious of them all went against the odds and set precedence for all women drivers to follow. Her name is SHIRLEY “CHA CHA” MULDOWNEY. Born in Burlington, Vermont on June 19, 1940, Shirley Ann Roque, became intrigued with the world of drag racing shortly after her soon to be husband Jack Muldowney taught her how to drive at 16 yrs old. It only took two years before she would begin a career in Drag Racing with Top Gas Dragsters in Schenectady, New York. Shortly after earning her dragster license, Top Gas was dying and Funny Cars were on the rise. This is when she teamed up with the racing sensation Connie Kalitta whom she bought her first Nitro Funny Car from. Shortly after her divorce from Jack, she and Connie became involved and began racing as a match-team. In her prime, she was a threat to many of the greatest names in Drag Racing. This timeline of accomplishments is guaranteed to show you why. 1958 - 18 yrs old. First trip down a dragstrip at Fonda Speedway in New York at the wheel of a 348 tri-powered ’58 Chevy. 1965 - First woman licensed by (National Hot Rod Association) NHRA to drive a gasoline-burning Gas dragster, capable of speeds over 150 MPH in the Quarter mile. 1969-1970 Competed in U.S. Nationals and Division 1 Top Gas events. 1971 - Bought 71’ Mustang Nitro Funny Car from Connie Kalitta. - September --Made finals at NHRA U.S. Nationals at Indianapolis Speedway. Elapsed time (6.76) at speed of (215.31 MPH). - Won the (International Hot Rod Association) IHRA Southern Nationals Nitro Funny Car Class. 1972 - Races as duo Mustang team with Connie Kalitta – “Bounty Hunter” and “Bounty Huntress”. August --First “fiberglass inferno” experienced at Dragway 42 in Ohio. - Runner-up at the NHRA Southern Nationals Nitro Funny Car Class. 1973 - Second fire during U.S. Nationals qualifications in 73’ Plymouth Satellite. Last Funny car to own. Switched to Top Fuel. - Earned Top Fuel license in entry at Cayuga, Ontario, Canada. Signed off by “Big Daddy” Don Garlits, “T.V. Tommy” Ivo, and Connie Kalitta. 1974 - Started Match- Racing with Top Fuel Dragsters. - U.S. Nationals made 2nd fastest speed at the event of (241.28 MPH), and first woman to advance to the finals in Top Fuel. woman to advance to the finals of an NHRA national event in a professional category. June 12 -- Runner-up to Marvin Graham at NHRA Spring Nationals. - Labor Day -- Runner-up to Don Garlits at NHRA U.S. Nationals.

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August 24 - Broke 6.00 second barrier - first woman to do so during Popular Hot Roding Championships at Elapsed Time: 5.98 seconds. 1976 - June 13 -- Qualified number one (6.03), posting lowest elapsed time of the race (5.96) and top speed (243.90 MPH) winning NHRA Spring Nationals, becoming the first women to win a pro-eliminator title in a national eve competition. - October 10 -- Qualified number one with, low elapsed time (5.77) and top speed (249.30 MPH) winning NHRA WINSTON World Finals, finishing 15th in points for the year. - Posted best elapsed time (5.77) and top speed (249.30 MPH) for the entire NHRA Season. -Voted to Auto Racing All-American Team for a second time. -Named Drag News Top Fuel Driver of the Year. 1977 - January 17 -- PRO-backed NHRA event at Firebird International Speedway became the second driver to top 250 MPH with a 250.69 speed. May 7 -- Won WINSTON WORLD points CHAMPIONSHIP, becoming the first woman in history to claim drag racing’s most prestigious title. Recorded the sports quickest ever elapsed time (5.77) at (253 MPH). - October 14 -- Recipient of “Outstanding Achievement Award” from United States House of Representatives. - Named Car Craft Magazine “Person of the Year” during annual Car Craft Awards Banquet. - Named Drag News’ Top Fuel Driver of the year for the second straight season. - First Top Fuel driver to win three NHRA national events back-to-back. 1978 - Voted to Auto Racing All-America Team for third consecutive year, polling third highest number of votes among the 10 drivers selected. 1979 - Voted into the 250 Mile Per Hour Club, one of four members, the other members have gone 250 once, Ms. Muldowney 5 Times, posted second fastest time of the year at (255.58 MPH). 1980 - Won WINSTON WORLD points CHAMPIONSHIP, becoming the first person in history to claim drag racing’s most prestigious title twice. - Broke the Gatornationals quarter-mile 6.00 seconds record at a clock (5.075). - Only Top Fuel driver with more than one national event win, placed second in the AHRA (American Hot Rod Association) World Championship. 1981 - Won AHRA WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP, becoming the first and only woman to do so. - Voted to Auto Racing All-America team for the fourth time. - Voted Car Craft Magazine All Star Team, Top Fuel Driver of the year. - Won MARCH MEET in Bakersfield, California - the first women to do so. 1982 - Won WINSTON WORLD points CHAMPIONSHIP, becoming the first person in history to claim drag racings most prestigious title three times. - Voted to Auto Racing All-America Team for the fifth time. - Voted Car Craft Magazine All-Star Team, Top Fuel Driver of the Year, for the second year in a row. - Won the Jerry Titus Memorial Award, given to the All-American team member receiving the greatest number of votes from the AARWBA membership.

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1984 - June 29 --Front-tire failure during qualifying at the NHRA Le Grandnational at Sanair International Dragstrip in Montreal, Canada. The Dragster spun out of control for 600 ft at 247 MPH resulting in severe crash shattering her body causing compound fractures, and necessitating a half a dozen operations to fuse joints and skin grafts throughout an 18 month recovery period. 1986 - January -Returned to racing after injury at the Phoenix Firebird International Raceway. Seventh best during time trials (5.977) speed of (236.220 MPH). Elapsed time (5.59) at speed of (235.60 MPH). - Recipient of the AARWBA “Comeback Driver of the Year” Award.

1990 - Inducted into the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America (for Drag Racing).

1993 - Set track record at Fuji International Speedway (5.30) elapsed time at (285 MPH).

1997 - Voted to the United States Sports Academy’s distinguished list of Top 25 Professional female athletes from the period of 1972-1997. - Set new IHRA speed record at (303.71 MPH). - Placed third in IHRA National Championship Points. 1998 - Sets record for quickest and fastest ever recorded performance in the history of the IHRA during qualifying at Stanton Northern Nationals with elapsed time (4.69) at (312.50 MPH). 2000 - Won the Autofest 2000 New Year’s Eve race against rival Don Garlits. - Runner-up at the IHRA Performance Parts Nationals. - Qualified number 3 with elapsed time of (4.78). Set new MPH track record and new IHRA national record for speed at (310 MPH). - Qualified number 1 at the IHRA Nationals in with an elapsed time of (4.74) at a career best speed of (319.22 MPH). Both marks were good for new track records. - Returned to NHRA’s U.S. Nationals and Pomona, California World Finals, qualifying at both events. 2001 - Named 5th on NHRA’s 50th Anniversary list of Top 50 Drivers, 1951-2000. - Ran career best of (4.64) elapsed time (320.20 MPH) at Indianapolis International Speedway. 2003 - Inducted into the Michigan Sports Hall of Fame. - Retires with “Last Pass” Tour, concluding at Pomona with a HoleShot Win over Paul Romine in the First Round before losing to Cory Mac in the 2nd Round. Shirley had the best Reaction Time of any Fuel Driver with a (.023). - Ran 6 races, including a Career Best (4.579) elapsed time (327 MPH) at Chicago’s Fall Event where she advanced to the Semi-Finals. 2004 - 9 Time Hall of Fame Award Inductee, including induction into the Don Garlits International Motorsports Hall of Fame (for Drag Racing). - Named to Indy’s 50th Anniversary Memorable Moment’s No.2: 1982, Top Fuel final: Shirley Muldowney’s victory over former crew chief Connie Kalitta. - Named to World Finals 40th Anniversary Memorable Moment’s No.5: 1980, Muldowney wins four-way Top Fuel title fight. 2008 - ESPN ranked her 21st on its list of Top 25 Drivers of All time, citing her record as the first woman to win a major racing championship.

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SHADY JA everyone was able to be a part of Shady Jack’s. The one thing that he always asked in return was to be respectful. “Be respectful to me and I’ll do the same in return and respect everyone in my home.” Jack got respect and gave it back. Jack owned several buildings along the waterfront in downtown St. Louis at Broadway and Cass for well over 20 years. Most of those buildings sat vacant and riddled with fire damage. It took nearly four years to restore and in the fall of 2005, Jack chose to move Shady Jack’s from his location in Villa Ridge to the buildings that he owned on the waterfront. Once completed, the doors of the new Shady Jack’s opened bigger and better than ever. The spring of the following year, a lovely Shady Jack’s Saloon is one of the most well lady by the name of Ann started working for know “Biker Bar” establishments in the entire Jack. Ann and Jack started becoming closer metro area. As a matter of fact this saloon and closer and before they knew it sparks is known nationally and internationally. flew. A great partnership developed and Jack and Ann married in November of 2013. So how did Shady Jack’s come to be? It all began in the small town of Villa Ridge. A man named Jack Jack has always had a huge heart and with that Larrison having a great love for motorcycles and came the compassion and respect for humanity. a large eclectic group of friends decided to open Being a beloved bar owner, Jack wanted to an establishment where everyone could gather give back to his community in some way. It and have a great time. But what would he call started when Shady’s was still located in Villa it? Jack was one who didn’t say too much about Ridge. He would put the word out to those who himself which left a lot of people trying to figure did not have any family that if they wanted to him out. So people started calling him Shady. come to Shady Jack’s on Thanksgiving he will The name stuck and Shady Jack’s was created. have a thanksgiving dinner prepared for them. This spread like wildfire. Many individuals that Jack welcomed everyone into his home away had no one to spend the holiday with would from home. It didn’t matter who you were, go to Shady’s for their Thanksgiving feast. what you wore, or who you hung out with; Page 32 www.FullThrottle-Magazine.com

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ACK’S "THE STORY" Jack continued this tradition when he moved to his waterfront location, but decided to take it further. Now he serves, Thanksgiving dinner, not only to those with no families but to those families that do not have homes. What an awesome way to give back. Shady Jack’s is one of the main hubs for many events throughout the riding season. The biggest event that I think all of you are very familiar with is the “Rat Run”. Jack and Tony Bono, the owner of Cadillac Jacks, were good friends and with Cadillac Jack closing its doors, people were asking where is the Rat Run going to be now? With Tony Bono’s permission, Jack stepped up and carried on where Tony left off. After Jack took over the Rat Run, it has grown exponentially

of downtown St Louis it also is so well known and a revenue generating establishment. They went back and redesigned their plans to include Shady Jack’s as one of the waterfront businesses that will thrive within the belly of revitalization project. These plans will include more bars and restaurants along the riverfront which Jack and Ann welcome. They both feel that competition is healthy. Having more businesses like theirs will help bring more people down to the waterfront and in turn bring more revenue to their doors.

Jack and Ann can finally wipe the sweat off the brow, roll up their sleeves and get back to work. With this good news, its full steam ahead; plans are becoming a reality. From a new POS system, to the deck and bar expansion, to a larger kitchen; they are getting Now, the burning question that is on everyone ready for great things to come their way. minds; is Shady Jack’s in jeopardy because of the waterfront/stadium revitalization project? So the next time you are down at Shady At first, Shady Jack’s was set to be one of the Jack’s, take a moment to say hi to Jack and establishments that was going to be on the Ann and tell them you are happy to know chopping block. There was a major uproar. they are here to stay. Jack might just entertain What’s going to happen? Is Jack going to move you with a story or two in the process. to a new location or is he going to shut his doors for good. Facebook pages were created “Save Shady Jack’s”! Flyers were put out; Petitions were signed; all trying to save our beloved bar. Jack and Ann literally had to put all their plans of growth to a screeching halt. There were radio interviews, TV news interviews asking for Jacks opinion. Everyone else was saying, “How could this be; there is so much history with this place?” Good News is on the horizon. After the waterfront revitalization committee took a second look at the whole situation, they realized that not only does Shady Jack’s sit in a historical area www.FullThrottle-Magazine.com Page 33



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fantastic graphics, pictures, scare tactics, manipulatory drama, and a promise of a great product. These so-called wannabes try to convince us that a true “motorcycle” is a piece-mealed trailer queen. This so-called “work of art” could never endure the open road and is NOT a better alternative to a roadworthy machine. Meanwhile, their cage is parked somewhere in the back of a motorcycle event parking lot. Some herders use a predictable, sheep like mentality to keep large crowds of motorcyclists in one location as long as possible. This is nothing more than a vale of empty promises by false I gave 21 years of service in the military because of prophets who really do not understand or forgot the my beliefs in freedom. My motorcycle is a freedom freedom of riding a motorcycle. When was the last machine. That is why it has a solo seat and no GPS time this goat roper was on a two or three wheeler or radio. I do not let anyone stomp on my ethos; tell outside the confines of a parking lot? I and the ownme who to associate with, where I should go and ers of “Full Throttle Magazine Missouri/Illinois” how to live my life. In this author’s opinion, no one ride our motorcycles. Yes, we promote events. Howhas earned freedom (unpredictability) more than a ever, we are the ones who you see out there logging military veteran. Those who tread on my freedom serious miles on our motorcycles! are considered the enemy. Motorcycle riders have always been on the front line of true freedom. Most How do you know if someone is a person or busiof them work hard (within the confines of their ness worthy of our attention or a fraud attempting work locations) all week so that they can enjoy the to narrow us down to his or her ideas? The internet freedom of riding on their off time. A lot of them are is a wonderful thing because it provides transparenmy veteran brothers of the red, white, and blue! cy. We can find public information on business owners to include criminal records, their worth (assets), The motorcycle industry is riddled with parasites if they own a motorcycle(s), location of residence, who would like nothing more than to control how contributions to the motorcycling community and we think, where we go, and how we spend our hard- society as a whole. We can also find out how much earned dollar. This type of bloodsucker lacks ethics money from a benefit event actually lands in the and has their own interest in mind. This interest hands of the beneficiary. may be fame, money, a narcissistic personality disorder, or a feeble attempt to win an overdue high Do not be fooled by those in the motorcycle industry school popularity contest. These self-appointed who have poor business ethics and ulterior motives. crown carriers try to make us think that they are If everyone diligently researched individuals in the fellow riders in an attempt to grab our attention. motorcycle industry, we would free ourselves of Some of them have gone as far as taking pictures of parasitic infections and hold value in those who are motorcycles they do not own or ride and claim them dedicated to the true freedom of riding. A true rebel as their own. values his/her freedom and unpredictability. Keep your freedom safe from control through knowledge. These Facebook addicts also attempt to lure us with Hope to see you out on the road!

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