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      Occupation:
      Refrigeration services manager for a frozen novalt
      City, State:
      Tampa, FL
      Year, Model & Trim Level:
      5.0 V8 2002 Ranger
      Vehicle Specs:
      YES
      Engine:
      1996 Explorer 5.0
      Year:
      2002
      Transmission:
      Ford 4R70W
      Rear Axle:
      Disk brake Explorer 8.8 tracloc w/3.27 gears, shock, spring and sway bar fittings to fit the Ranger
      Wheels:
      '07 17" Silver Bullitts
      Audio/Video and Navigation:
      POS Dual h/u w/ built in Bluetooth and HD radio
      Accessories:
      Explorer Sport leather buckets w/Iggee seat covers, home made center armrest/storage
      Retired after more than 20 years active duty in the Air Force, a few more years as a IT Systems Engineer and now a few more as an industrical refrigeraion guy. Bunch of time spent as a Scout Master and NRA Certified Instructor

      The usual, cars, mentoring, shooting sports, "hands on" projects.

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      Proud graduate from the School of Hard Knocks. Might be easier ways to walk the path, few more memorable.








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