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(NARRATOR)>> TODAY ON DETROIT MUSCLE "PROJECT HARD CHARGER", OUR '69 DODGE, LOSES ITS RAG TOP AND GETS SOME ROT REMOVAL DONE. THEN IT'S OLD SCHOOL SIGN PAINTING WITH AN ED ROTH ARTIST.

(TOMMY)>> HEY Y'ALL, GLAD YOU CAME TO SEE US. NOW WE'VE BEEN MAKING SOME PRETTY GOOD HEADWAY ON OUR OLD CHARGER HERE BUT WE'VE GOT A BIT MORE TO DO. WE'RE TRYING TO GET ALL THE RUST CUT OUT OF THIS THING SO THAT WE CAN START DOING SOME OF THAT BODY WORK, BUT BEFORE WE CAN DO ALL THAT WE'VE GOT TO DO A LITTLE BIT MORE STRIPING.

(MARC)>> THAT'S RIGHT, THESE THINGS ARE PRONE TO RUSTING OUT HERE AT THE BOTTOM OF THE BACK GLASS. SO WE WANT TO MAKE SURE WE DON'T HAVE MAJOR PROBLEMS THERE, BUT TO GET THERE WE NEED TO GET THIS VINYL TOP OFF AND GET THAT GLASS OUT, AND SOME OF THIS TRIM. SO WE NEED TO JUST GET BUSY TEARING THAT OFF.

(TOMMY)>> THE FIRST ORDER OF BUSINESS IS WE'RE GONNA BE TRYING TO GET THIS TRIM OFF AROUND THE BACK GLASS. NOW IT CAN BE A LITTLE BIT TEDIOUS BUT YOU KNOW, IT'S PRETTY IMPORTANT TO DO IT THE RIGHT WAY. NOW YOU CAN DO IT WITH SOME VERY BASIC TOOLS, OR YOU CAN BUY THE LITTLE SPECIAL ONE OUT THERE THAT MAKES THE JOB A LOT EASIER. WHAT YOU DON'T WANT TO DO, AND WHAT OFTEN TIMES GUYS DO, IS GRAB THIS GINORMOUS SCREW DRIVE AND GO TO PRYING, AND WHAT THAT USUALLY DOES IS JUST DESTROY SOME GOOD TRIM. SO LET'S SHOW YOU GUYS HOW TO DO IT PROPERLY. WHAT YOU WANT TO DO IS TAKE THIS LITTLE TRIM TOOL HERE AND ACTUALLY USE THIS HOOK ONTO THE CLIP THAT'S UP UNDER HERE. YOU'LL HAVE TO SLIDE IT UP UNDER THERE, KINDA WEDGE IT IN THERE, AND THEN ONCE YOU FIND THE CLIP YOU'LL ACTUALLY ROTATE THIS THING AROUND, AND THAT WILL PULL THE CLIP TO THE CENTER OF THE GLASS, RELEASING THE CHROME. NOW WE DON'T KNOW EXACTLY WHERE THEM CLIPS ARE LOCATED AROUND THE PERIMETER OF THE GLASS. SO WE'LL JUST DIG AROUND A BIT, SEE WHAT WE CAN FIND. I USUALLY LIKE TO START EITHER IN A CORNER OR AT THE END OF A PIECE OF TRIM. YOU'RE FEELING FOR A CLIP TO RELEASE SOME OF THE PRESSURE, AND ONCE YOU FIND ONE JUST KEEP WORKING ON IT UNTIL IT COMES LOOSE. YOU CAN LIFT UP ON THE TRIM BUT DON'T GET ALL HEMAN WITH IT. YOU DON'T WANT TO DAMAGE IT. IT'S THE SAME METHOD ON BOTH SIDES AND ALL THE WAY AROUND.

AFTER GETTING THAT TRIM OFF YOU CAN SEE WHY THESE THINGS RUST OUT AS BAD AS THEY DO. ALL THE DEBRIS FROM THIS BACK GLASS WASHES DOWN OFF HERE IN THIS TROUGH AND COLLECTS. NOW IT ALSO LOOKS LIKE SOMEBODY'S DONE SOME SHODDY REPAIR WORK BY CRAMMING SOME BODY FILLER HERE IN THE CORNER TO PATCH A RUST HOLE. NOW THAT ISN'T GONNA WORK FOR THE STYLE CAR THAT WE'RE BUILDING. SO THIS GLASS HAS GOT TO COME OUT.

(MARC)>> NOW THE WAY THEY ATTACH THE GLASS BACK IN THE DAY ON CARS LIKE THIS IS WITH SOFT BUTYL, NOT A HARD URETHANE LIKE MODERN CARS ARE. NOW THIS GLASS LOOKS LIKE IT'S BEEN IN HERE A LONG TIME. SO WE MIGHT BE ABLE TO JUST POP THE THING OUT WITHOUT HAVING TO GET IN THERE AND CUT IT. SO WE PUT TOMMY INSIDE, WE'RE GONNA TRY TO GIVE IT A PUSH. IF WE CAN'T GET IT OUT WE'LL CUT IT OUT. YOU READY?

(TOMMY)>> YEAH, LET ME GET MY SHOULDER INTO IT.

(MARC)>> I'LL CATCH IT.

OH, MOVED A LITTLE BIT. YEP, SHE'S MOVING. YOU HAD IT GOING GOOD OVER HERE. IF YOU JUST COME BACK OVER HERE AND THEN WORK YOUR WAY DOWN I THINK YOU'LL BE BETTER.

(TOMMY)>> LISTEN TO HIM! THIS THE WAY YOU'RE PUNISHING ME FOR NOT BUYING YOUR LUNCH?

(MARC)>> NO, I MEAN I THOUGHT YOU ENJOYED STUFF LIKE THIS. YEP, YEP, ALL RIGHT, YOU'VE GOT TO WORK YOUR WAY DOWN, OR NOT.

(TOMMY)>> THAT'S YOU NOW.

(MARC)>> DEFINITELY SOME RUST DOWN THERE.

(TOMMY)>> I HOPE THAT WASN'T TOO HARD FOR YOU.

(MARC)>> NO! ONCE WE GOT THE GLASS OUT WE CAN SEE IN HERE A LITTLE BETTER THAT THERE'S RUST COMING UP HERE INTO THE SAIL PANEL. IT'S ACTUALLY WORSE ON THE OTHER SIDE, BUT NOW WE KNOW WE DEFINITELY NEED TO GET THIS TOP OFF.

(TOMMY)>> BEFORE WE CAN GO TO PULLING ON THIS VINYL WE'VE GOT TO GET ALL THIS TRIM OUT OF THE WAY. NOW JUST LIKE THAT PIECE OF TRIM BACK THERE AROUND THE BACK GLASS, THIS LITTLE SIDE MOLDING RIGHT THROUGH HERE CAN BE DAMAGED AS WELL WITH THIS GROOVY LITTLE TOOL. DON'T USE THIS THING. ANOTHER WAY TO GET THAT THING OFF IS WITH A SHORT LITTLE PIECE OF PAINT PADDLE AND A TAPPING HAMMER. [ hammer tapping ]

(TOMMY)>> SLOWLY START WORKING THE TRIM OFF, MOVING DOWN THE LINE TO KEEP IT FROM BENDING. SOMETIMES YOU HAVE TO BACK TRACK JUST A BIT, BUT WITH A LITTLE PATIENCE YOU WILL SAVE THAT TRIM. LOOK, WE GOT THAT THING OFF, IT DIDN'T DISTORT THE LIP AT ALL, AND ALL IT NEEDS NOW IS A SIMPLE POLISH.

(MARC)>> WHAT DO YOU THINK WE'RE GONNA FIND?

(TOMMY)>> BAD DECISIONS!

(MARC)>> I THINK THOSE ARE INSIDE THE CAR.

ROLL OUT THE RED CARPET MUSCLE CAR FANS, THE KING IS IN TOWN. NO I'M NOT TALKING ABOUT ELVIS BUT I AM TALKING ABOUT THE KING OF THE ROAD. IN 1968 THE INFAMOUS SHELBY GT 500 KR, OR KING OF THE ROAD, WAS MADE IN LIMITED NUMBERS. ONLY ABOUT 1,200 KR'S WERE MADE FOR PRODUCTION OF THE ROUGHLY 4,400 SHELBYS MADE THAT YEAR. THE '68 KR STAYED TRUE TO THE SHELBY DESIGN BUT FEATURED A UNIQUE FIBERGLASS HOOD AND SHELBY WAS ANYTHING BUT MODEST ABOUT PLASTERING HIS NAME ALL OVER HIS MASTERPIECE. THE GOOD LOOKS AREN'T WHAT GOT THIS CAR TITLED "KING OF THE ROAD". A 428 COBRAJET THAT PUSHES THIS SNAKE DOWN THE ROAD MIGHT HAVE SOMETHING TO DO WITH IT. OFFICIALLY SHELBY CLAIMED THE KING ONLY HAD 335 HORSES KICKING AROUND BETWEEN THE MASSIVE EIGHT CYLINDERS, BUT GUYS IN THE KNOW AND ANYONE WHO HAS EVER PUSHED THE LOUD PEDAL ON ONE OF THESE KNOWS THAT 335 IS NOTHING BUT A LOW BALL NUMBER TO KEEP INSURANCE AFFORDABLE. A PAIR OF POWER FRONT DISC BRAKES AND OVERSIZED DRUMS IN THE BACK, ALONG WITH A 16 TO ONE POWER STEERING RATIO, KEEPS THE CAVALRY UNDER CONTROL. NOW RUMOR HAS IT THAT THE NAME "KING OF THE ROAD" WAS SWIPED FROM GM, BUT YOU CHEVY GUYS CAN TALK ALL YOU WANT. STOLEN NAME OR NOT, THIS CAR HAS GOT A SET, OF 15 INCH WHEELS OUT BACK, WHICH KEEPS THE KING REIGNING OVER HIS DOMAIN. THESE CARS WERE PACKED FULL OF OPTIONS. SEQUENTIAL BLINKERS OUT BACK WERE TOUCHED OFF WITH CHROME TRIM AND BUMPERS, AND THE DUAL EXHAUST ANNOUNCED THE ARRIVAL OF THIS NOBILITY. UP FRONT A CLASSIC SHELBY FRONT END WITH FOUR BIG LAMPS AND A MASSIVE SCOOP TO KEEP THE BIG BLOCK COBRAJET COOL. THE HOOD RAMS AIR DOWN THE THROAT OF THIS HUNGRY 735 CFM HOLLEY, AND THE STRIPES, WELL THEY JUST LOOK COOL. THESE CARS WERE MEANT TO RACE, AND INSIDE THE SAFETY WAS A KEY COMPONENT. INERTIA REEL SHOULDER HARNESSES AND SEAT BELTS HOLD THE DRIVER AND PASSENGER SECURELY IN PLACE, WHILE A ROLL BAR RUNS OVER HEAD JUST IN CASE. STYLE WAS NOT FAR BEHIND SAFETY. THE DELUXE ALL VINYL INTERIOR COMPLETE WITH BUCKET SEATS WAS SET OFF WITH WALNUT GRAINED INSTRUMENT AND DOOR PANEL. A FULL SET OF GAUGES INCLUDING AN 8,000 REV TACH AND A SPEEDO CAPABLE OF REACHING 140 MILES PER HOUR ARE A CONSTANT TEMPTATION FOR A HEAVY RIGHT FOOT. BIG FORD POWER COUPLED WITH SHELBY RACING STYLE AND ENGINEERING COMMANDS RESPECT FROM ANY WOULD BE CHALLENGER.

(NARRATOR)>> UP NEXT IT'S TIME TO CUT OUT SOME OF THAT NASTY RUST THAT'S EATING AT OUR DODGE. THEN LEARN HOW TO PAINT SIGNS JUST LIKE BACK IN THE DAY.

(MARC)>> HEY FOLKS, WHILE YOU WERE GONE WE WENT AHEAD AND GOT ALL THAT JUNK CLEANED OUT OF THE CHANNEL HERE. GOT A BETTER LOOK AT WHAT WAS GOING ON. SCRAPPED AWAY AT SOME OF THAT BODY FILLER THAT WAS THERE AND WE FOUND OUT THAT THIS PANEL, WHICH IS CALLED THE TRUNK FILLER OR THE DECK LID FILLER PANEL, NEEDS TO BE REPLACED, OR AT LEAST PART OF IT DOES. THIS LOOKS STRAIGHT BUT IT'S ACTUALLY CURVED THIS WAY, AND THE GLASS IS CURVED AS WELL. EVEN THOUGH IT'S JUST A LITTLE BIT, IT IS A COMPOUND CURVE. SO IT MIGHT BE A LITTLE DIFFICULT TO MAKE THAT PIECE AND THE GLASS FIT PROPERLY. SO I SENT TOMMY OUT TO GOT GET A NEW PANEL, AND THEN WE'LL EITHER REPLACE THE WHOLE PANEL OR JUST THAT PIECE. WE'LL DECIDE ONCE WE GET IN HERE. LET'S GO AHEAD AND REMOVE THE TRUNK LID TO GET IT OUT OF THE WAY. FOUR BOLTS IS ALL IT TAKES TO DO THAT.

THEN WE'LL GRIND AWAY THE CORROSION AND DIRT SO THAT WE CAN SEE WHERE THE SPOT WELDS ARE AT. GRABBING A SPOT WELD CUTTER, WE'LL GET THOSE DRILLED OUT TO FREE UP THIS PART OF THE PANEL. I'LL DRAW A LINE WHERE I'M GOING TO MAKE MY CUT. THE STRAIGHTER THE CUT IS THE EASIER IT IS TO REPAIR. A CUTTING WHEEL WILL MAKE SHORT WORK OF SLICING THE METAL. THEN WE'LL GRAB THE AIR CHISEL TO SPLIT THE SEAMS.

[ air chisel vibrating ]

(MARC)>> BAD NEWS, WE'VE GOT A RAT'S NEXT IN HERE, WHICH COULD MEAN THAT THE METAL UNDERNEATH IS SEVERELY CORRODED.

WELL I WENT AHEAD AND JUST CUT THAT LITTLE STRIP OUT BECAUSE THAT WAS THE ONLY PART THAT WAS RUSTY HOPING THAT WE COULD JUST TAKE A PIECE OF THE NEW PANEL AND PATCH IT IN HERE, BUT ONCE WE GOT DOWN IN HERE WE COULD SEE ALL THAT RAT'S NEST AND WHERE IT WAS THERE'S A BUNCH OF RUST IN THERE. SO WE NEED TO GO AHEAD AND GET THIS PANEL OFF SO WE CAN GET THAT RUST CLEANED UP. [ saw cutting metal ]

(TOMMY)>> HEY MAN HOW'S IT GOING? I JUST GOT BACK FROM STEPHEN'S PERFORMANCE AND GOT OUR NEW PANEL. UH!

(MARC)>> YEAH, NICE PANEL BUT I DON'T WANT TO PUT THAT IN YET CAUSE IT'S PRETTY CRUSTY. IT LOOKS LIKE A BUNCH OF RATS HAD A PEE PEE PARTY IN HERE FOR SEVERAL YEARS.

(TOMMY)>> AT LEAST THAT.

(MARC)>> SO MAYBE WE JUST SEND IT OFF TO THE BLASTER WHILE IT'S OPEN AND THEN PUT THAT IN LATER.

(TOMMY)>> THAT'D PROBABLY BE A GOOD IDEA.

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(NARRATOR)>> ED ROTH WAS A LEGENDARY AUTO ARTIST, AND WE'VE GOT ONE OF HIS PAINTERS TO GIVE US SOME TIPS.

(TOMMY)>> HEY GUYS, WELCOME BACK. NOW WE'RE GONNA SHIFT GEARS JUST A LITTLE BIT. I BROUGHT IN A FRIEND OF MINE, GARY MIZER, AND HE'S GONNA GIVE US SOME OF THE INS AND OUTS ON HOW TO DO SOME CUSTOM LETTERING. GARY'S HELPED US A FEW TIMES, INCLUDING DOING SOME CUSTOM SIGN PAINTING ON OUR COMET GASER PROJECT "ALTERED EGO". HE'S A MASTER ARTIST WHO CAN DO CHARACTERS, PIN STRIPING, LETTERING, CARTOONING, GRAPHICS, AND PORTRAITS. NOW GARY I KNOW THERE'S A WHOLE BUNCH OF DIFFERENT FONTS AND STUFF OUT THERE, AND I KNOW SOME OF THEM CAN BE PRETTY COMPLICATED. LET'S DO SOMETHING KIND OF SIMPLE BUT PLENTY COOL. WHAT DO YOU GOT IN MIND?

(GARY)>> WELL FOR BEGINNING STAGES FOR SOMEBODY THAT'S WANTING TO LEARN HOW TO LETTER LET'S START WITH KIND OF A BLOCK DRY BRUSH FOR DETROIT MUSCLE. THAT'S WHAT WE'RE GONNA DO TODAY. IS THAT ALL RIGHT?

(TOMMY)>> WORKS FOR ME!

(GARY)>> THEN WE'LL DO MUSCLE IN A SCRIPT, AND THAT'S A LITTLE BIT EASIER, BUT WE'LL FIND OUT IN THE END WANT WE? WHAT WE'RE GONNA DO IS TAKE THE WAX PENCIL AND WE'RE GONNA LAY OUT DETROIT BUT I'M GONNA DO IT AT ANGLE ALL RIGHT? THIS WILL BE THE TOP. WE'LL START TOWARDS THE EDGE THERE.

ALL RIGHT, AND THIS IS A WATER SOLUBLE PENCIL. SO IT WIPES OFF REALLY EASY AFTER IT'S DRY, AND WHAT WE'LL DO, I'LL START OVER HERE WITH THE "D". SO WHAT WE'LL DO IS KIND OF LAY THIS OUT REAL LIGHT. ENOUGH FOR YOU TO HAVE A GUIDE LINE OKAY? LIKE I SAID, IT'S NOT GONNA BE REAL DETAILED BUT THIS WILL GIVE YOU AN IDEA AND A GUIDELINE FOR YOUR LETTERING. OKAY WE'VE GOT IT LAID OUT.

(TOMMY)>> NOW MINE'S NOT GONNA BE EXACTLY LIKE YOURS I'M SURE. I HOPE THAT'S OKAY GARY.

(GARY)>> IT DON'T HAVE TO BE EXACT. SO JUST GO AHEAD AND LAY IT OUT TO WHAT YOU FEEL YOU CAN HANDLE.

(TOMMY)>> GARY, AFTER LOOKING AT IT FOR A MINUTE I DON'T REALLY LIKE THAT.

(GARY)>> WELL THAT'S THE BEAUTY OF THE WAX PENCIL TOMMY. YOU CAN WIPE IT OFF AND START ALL OVER AGAIN.

(TOMMY)>> I THINK THAT'S WHAT WE'RE GONNA DO THEN.

(GARY)>> WELL WHAT WE WANT TO DO IS PICK THE BRUSH THAT WE'RE GONNA DO THE DRY BRUSH LOOK WITH. I USE FLAT BRUSH. IT HAS THE LONGER HAIRS ON IT. WE CAN USE THIS ONE OR WE CAN USE THIS ONE FOR THE QUILL, EITHER ONE. ANY BRUSH WILL DO A DRY BRUSH LOOK OKAY, BUT WE'VE GOT TO PICK YOUR WEAPON HERE TODAY. SO YOU CAN USE ANYONE OF THESE BRUSHES.

(TOMMY)>> FOR A BEGINNER LIKE MYSELF IS THERE ANY ONE PARTICULAR THAT WOULD EASE MY TROUBLES IF YOU WILL?

(GARY)>> YEAH, YOU'RE PROBABLY GONNA WANNA STAY WITH THE NARROWER ONE. THAT WAY IT'S FORGIVING CAUSE YOU CAN MAKE IT AS WIDE AS YOU WANT OR AS SKINNY AS YOU WANT. THERE AGAIN IT'S PRESSURE APPLIED AND THE THICKNESS OF THE PAINT.

(TOMMY)>> OKAY, WELL I GUESS WE SHOULD GET STARTED.

(GARY)>> OKAY, THIS IS THE BRUSH I'M GONNA USE, AND WE'RE GONNA LOAD IT UP. GET IT TO WHERE THE PAINT'S THICK BUT NOT REAL THICK CAUSE YOU'RE GONNA WANT THE DRY BRUSH EFFECT, AND SHE'S ABOUT READY. OKAY TOMMY, YOU WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT YOU KEEP THE BRUSH. JUST LET IT DRAG LIKE THAT.

YOU KIND OF WANT TO ROLL THE BRUSH IN YOUR HAND LIKE THAT.

I ALWAYS LIKE TO DRAG THE "R'S" OUT TO MAKE IT LOOK LIKE IT'S A LITTLE BIT UNDERNEATH THE "O".

ALL RIGHT, THAT'S THE BLUE.

(NARRATOR)>> STILL AHEAD WE FINISH OUR PAINTING LESSONS WITH SOME HIGHLIGHTS!

(TOMMY)>> HEY GUYS, WELCOME BACK. WELL WE'VE GOT OUR FIRST STEP DOWN OF OUR DRY BRUSHING. THE NEXT THING GARY SAYS THAT WE NEED TO DO IS ADD A BIT OF HIGHLIGHTS. SO HOW DOES THAT WORK?

(GARY)>> WELL I TAKE, ON THE TOP EDGES OF THE LETTERS I'LL TAKE THIS GRAY THAT I'VE MIXED UP, AND IT'LL GO RIGHT ON THE VERY TOP EDGES OF THE LETTERING. THAT WAY IT'LL GIVE IT A ROUNDNESS BUT IT'LL ALSO GIVE A REFLECTIVE QUALITY. OKAY, LIKE THE LIGHT'S COMING FROM YOUR LEFT. SO I'M GONNA HIGHLIGHT EVERYTHING THAT WOULD LOOK LIKE IT'S COME FROM THE LEFT, AND THEN WE'LL DO THE LIGHT DOTS AND SHE'LL HAVE A SHEEN TO HER.

NOW YOU DON'T NECESSARILY HAVE TO USE A GRAY. A LIGHT BLUE WOULD HAVE LOOKED GOOD.

NOW WE'RE GONNA TAKE THE WHITE AND WE'RE GONNA PUT A LITTLE BIT ON EACH ONE OF THOSE EDGES TO GIVE IT A SHEEN.

THIS IS WHERE I USUALLY GO TOMMY. I START UP HERE.

(TOMMY)>> SO ESSENTIALLY YOU'RE JUST HIGHLIGHTING YOUR HIGHLIGHTS ALMOST IN A WAY?

(GARY)>> AND ALSO YOU CAN TAKE AND PUT A NAVY BLUE, SORT OF A LITTLE BIT DARKER THAN THAT BLUE, AND COME ON THE INSIDE EDGES, WOULD GIVE IT A ROUND LOOK.

(TOMMY)>> DO YOU EVER PAINT HAPPY TREES?

(GARY)>> NOW WE'RE GONNA TAKE THIS GREEN RIGHT HERE AND WE'RE GONNA ADD IT TO THE BASE OF THE BLUE TO GIVE IT A SHADOW EFFECT.

(TOMMY)>> DUDE THAT LOOKS AMAZING. THE NEXT STEP GARY IS GOING TO TAKE IS ADDING AN ADDITIONAL LAYER OF SHADOW WITH THIS DARK BLUE, WHICH GOES ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE OF THOSE GRAY HIGHLIGHTS TO MAKE THE LETTERS TAKE ON A THREED LOOK.

(GARY)>> OKAY WE COULD TAKE THIS A LITTLE BIT FARTHER BUT FOR THE SAKE OF TV, IT'S ONLY A 30 MINUTE SHOW. SO WE'RE GONNA JUST KINDA LEAVE THAT AS IT IS AND WE'RE GONNA MOVE ON TO WHAT THE WORD MUSCLE IS, AND I'M GONNA LAY THAT OUT, TOMMY, IN A NICE SCRIPT.

(TOMMY)>> NOW THE SCRIPT GETS THE SAME HIGHLIGHTING PROCESS DONE TO IT WITH CORRESPONDING COLORS.

HE'S GONNA FOLLOW THAT LIGHTER PINK WITH SOME MORE OF THE WHITE.

THEN HE'LL DO THOSE DARK GREEN SHADOWS ON THE OPPOSITE SIDES. WELL GARY I REALLY APPRECIATE YOU COMING IN AND KINDA SHOWING US THE HOW TO AND THE DO'S AND DON'TS FOR THIS TYPE OF THING.

(GARY)>> YOU'RE WELCOME.

(TOMMY)>> MAN I DON'T THINK MINE LOOKS THAT BAD, BUT IT LOOKS PRETTY BAD WHEN I LOOK AT YOURS.

(GARY)>> LIKE I SAID, FIRST TIME BROTHER. YOU'RE DOING ALL RIGHT.

(TOMMY)>> I APPRECIATE YOUR KIND WORDS. I GUESS WE BETTER GO.

(GARY)>> YES SIR.
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