California Hot Rod Reunion

October 14-17, 2010

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Oct 28, 2010

A very cool story brought to you by Gary and Clara Hough in the T42 Altered at the patch for the first time.

(Completely unedited so you too can capture the essence of their trip.)

Reunion Redux (story by the Hough's)

We are rolling down Hi way 95 south, to Bakersfield via Winnemucha, Reno, Sacramento etc. Boring desert travels past at a stately 55 mph. Clara perks up; she has spotted the three headlights of an approaching train, coming towards us on parallel tracks. The train passes; I know what's coming. "Guess". 100? More. 120? Less. 110? Less. 105? More. 107? Yeah!, she returns to her book happy and satisfied. I am satisfied too, tomorrow evening we will be in Delano Ca. to pick up the new tranny blanket and chute pack from UPS, then on to Famoso!
Famoso, legendary home of the March Meet and the Hot Rod Reunion! We are entered in the 7.0 Pro category, and our status is reflected by our location in the pits. Behind the grandstands and the memorial grove, (trees and park benches with plaques remembering famous people, drivers, owners, crew chiefs, and car clubs), and the manufacturers midway, there is a 1/8 x ¾ mile section of pavement that exists for our parking pleasure. First comes the staging lanes, 2 rows of cackle cars, then rows of fuel dragsters, funny cars, a fuel, b fuel, jr. fuel, aa gas, 7.0 pro, ne1, exhibition, etc, 600 cars in all. The swap meet stretches from the scoreboards way down into the shut down area. We are located just behind the grandstands on the last row of the paved pits, about even with the scoreboards, a shaky toehold on fame.
Now, you may have noticed that the premier pit space goes to the cackle cars. This is a nostalgia race, as the shirt says "a gathering of geezers". The pace is casual. Friday, one qualifying hit, Saturday the same. No one complains, every one is nice. At the head of staging a dapper 70-year-old gent presides. Clara is in the drivers' seat, he shakes her hand, then kisses it. "Are we in the proper lane?" I ask. "As long as you keep bringing this sweet little girl with you, you can go in any lane you want", he murmurs gallantly, massaging and kissing her hand. "So you've met my daughter," I say. "Daughter? I thought she was your Granddaughter! Clara basks coyly in the attention and I retreat, having bought only half the needed ammunition to this battle of wits.
Across our pit lane and a little down, there is a dozen rentamerica RV's and private coaches, the whole area sprouting Australian flags and some 60 people all in support of one front motor 7.0 pro car, emblazoned with the name Roly Leahy.

Leahy FED

The friendly Aussies are happy to fill you in on the story while pressing a cold can of Fosters in your hand. It seems that Roly was a visitor to Bakersfield before, and before reaching his coveted goal of 200 mph, passed unexpectedly. Family and friends have come halfway around the world to finish the job. Roly's son is driving and Roly resides in a minature moon fuel tank bolted to the roll cage. 200 or bust! This is turning out to be a happening, a race that stands out, something special!

Clara bringing Gary forward

We go to Fridays qualifying session prepared. At Ashcroft two weeks ago we ran two 7.00 passes in a row. The air meter says the 1800' 70 degree air at Eagle is about the same as the 95 degree 600' air at Famoso It must be the orange trees that make me put a flat in the barrel valve to get the idle back down to 1840 rpm. Clara brings me up to stage in the right lane, Leon, Tina and Al fret on the sidelines. 27 cars in our class for a 16 car field, two chances. The lights flash, I pound on it, the chute comes out with a bang, pulling the back wheels of the ground, and I go hopping through the shutdown area, make the second return road. Every one throws their popcorn in the air, No.1 this session with a 7.07 @ 205. Let's see them pack 16 cars between 7.07 and 7.00, we are in! Merriment, as they say, ensues.
Saturday dawns cooler, plus our last qualifying shot has been moved ahead from 3:00 in the afternoon to 11:00 in the morning. Some of the 7.0 pro teams are caught lazing about their motel pools and arrive at the last minute. Panic insues. We stay at the track and are prepared, as was the little pig that made his house out of bricks. We leave the tune up alone hoping for the cooler air to get us a little closer to 7.0. It is a crappy run. It turns the tires in the left lane and keeps making determined dekes towards the cones; I haul it back and do my hopscotch through the shutdown. 7.24 @ 206, oh well, thank the heavens for the 7.07. It's a tougher crowd for the Saturday session, including two 7.00's (one of them by the Aussie's). We go into the race @ #7and have #11 car, Rosenberg's Surfers Paradise digger, blown smallblock, 7.14 @189mph

But that's for Sunday, it's Saturday night and our 7.00 Aussies have a very large complete pig on the Barbie and a California band that is good enough to play the whole evening doing there own songs. The party reaches a Climax about 11:00 when around the corner comes the Donovan Engineering cackle car which is immediately fired up on the dance floor, causing much gasping and many the teary eye and aching eardrum. What a great party! But there are parties going on every row, aquantinces renewed and new friends made, I fall asleep to live rock and roll, the pits are quiet by midnight because tomorrow is race day!
Sunday is yet cooler again and I know we will be hot on the tune-up so it's hang a wheel time. I pre stage, but when I blip it, I light the second bulb, Rosenberg slides in and deep stages in one slick movement, the starter fires the tree and I'm caught flat footed. I chase him down with a breakout 6.85 @ 211, my chute hangs up and into the sand I go!

Luckily there are no catch nets, just 300"of soft sand and all that is hurt is my chute and pride. It is no shame to lose to 7.03 and a .040 light. I just wish it had looked better. Clara and I had a great crew, Leon & Tina, Al Stacey, even Gary Sylvester & Corey pitched in. The Aussies make a last ditch effort to run 200 Sunday afternoon, with the permission of the event director. The car goes in to an enormous wheelie, hits the guardrail, lays on its left side, slides down the guardrail a ways then flips back on its wheels! No 200 mph this year, but done with a certain style. I haven't even mentioned the two hour Saturday evening 40 car cacklefest, or the Winged Express antics, or Kenny Youngblood drawing pictures of your car for the fun of it at Claude & Lisa's pit. This was the best race I have ever been to.We'll be back! (and probably Roly too).


The car was wheels up all weekend and unfortunately it ended in disaster. Ouch !

 

Sportsman Results

A/GAS Eliminator Eliminations - Round Two (7.60 Index)

1 - Andrew Hiemstra - .042 - 7.512 - Loss (breakout)
9 - Rick Logsdon - .016 - 7.633 - WIN

5 - Jim Godec - .014 - 7.814 - WIN
13 - Mike Ward - DEEP - 7.945 - Loss

3 - Ken Ratzloff - .035 - 7.661 - WIN
11 - Bruce Sanders - .077 - 7.596 - Loss (breakout)

7 - Chris Beanes - .073 - 7.673 - WIN
15 - Al White - .030 - 7.907 - Loss

2 - Dean Lindsey - no show - Loss
10 - Al White - .136 - 7.635 - WIN

8 - Terry Newton - .037 - 7.669 - WIN
14 - Steve Davis - .078 - 7.926 - Loss

4 - Steve Castelli - .067 - 7.591 - WIN
12 - Phillip Herrera - .129 - 7.575 - Loss (breakout)

8 - Rob Patten - .042 - 7.628 - Loss
15 - Jim Data - .023 - 7.608 - WIN



Nostalgia Eliminator Eliminations - Round Two (7.60 Index)

17 - Johnny Cofer - .092 - 7.742 - WIN
25 - Samy Daghir - .205 - 9.196 - Loss

5 - Dave Ward - .027 - 7.612 - WIN
29 - Kim Bates Jr. - (-.011) - 7.620 - redlight

18 - Jordan Frolka - .051 - 7.565 - WIN
27 - Michael Padun - no show - Loss

23 - Alex Barrett - .051 - 7.635 - Loss
15 - Dan Schrokosch - .014 - 7.637 - WIN

2 - Alan Hull - .043 - 7.674 - Loss
10 - Mike Fitzello - .011 - 7.643 - WIN

8 - Tony Wimer - (-.005) - 8.426 - redlight
14 - Dan Whiteman - .019 - 7.695 - WIN

4 - Hans Jakob - .152 - 7.563 - WIN
28 - Robert Byrd - DEEP - 17.326 - Loss

8 - Rick Frye - .057 - 9.492 - Loss
16 - Austin Frye - .020 - 7.843 - WIN



7.0 PRO Eliminations - Round Two (7.00 Index)

1 - Paul Petersen - .090 - 6.992 - Loss (breakout)
16 - Terri Lynne-Brewster - .042 - 7.547

8 - Bobby Cottrell - .080 - 6.998 - WIN
9 - Will Martin - .052 - 6.961 - Loss (breakout)

4 - Richard High - .065 - 7.303 - Loss
13 - Dan Dicero - .180 - 7.159 - WIN

5 - Reggie DeForest - .237 - 7.124 - Loss
12 - Ron Huegli - .130 - 7.217 - WIN

2 - Greg Leahy - .115 - 7.188 - Loss
15 - Ronnie Lennon - .058 - 7.219 - WIN

7 - Gary Hough - .486 - 6.854 - Loss
10 - David Rosenberg - .040 - 7.035 - WIN

3 - Dewayne Sanders - .083 - 7.040 - WIN
14 - Tommy Schiffler - .248 - 7.198 - Loss

6 - Dan Maciel - .214 - 7.092 - Loss
11 - Jess Sturgeon - .063 - 7.015 - WIN



7.0 PRO Eliminations - Round Three (7.00 Index)

16 - Terry Lynne-Brewster - .058 - 7.390 - Loss
8 - Bobby Cottrell - .083 - 7.301 - WIN

13 - Dan Dicero - No show - Loss
12 - Ron Huegli - .185 - 7.175 - WIN

15 - Ronnie Lennon - .034 - 7.160 - Loss
10 - David Rosenerg - .013 - 7.048 - WIN

3 - Dewayne Sanders - .065 - 7.009 - WIN
11 - Jess Sturgeon - .208 - 7.001 - Loss






7.0 Pro Qualifying Results - Session Two - 11:39 AM - Saturday - (7.00 Index)

1 - Paul Peterson - Tribuco Canyon, CA - '48 Fiat - 7.002 - 190.31
2 - Greg Leahy - Helensvale, QLD - dragster - 7.006 - 191.65
3 - Dewayne Sanders - Albany, OR - dragster - 7.022 - 188.32
4 - Richard High - Lake Havasu, AZ - dragster - 7.046 - 181.30
5 - Reggie DeForest - Edmonton, AB - '23 Ford - 7.050 - 192.43
6 - Dan Maciel - Jamestown, CA - '32 Ford - 7.064 - 186.25
7 - Gary Hough - Kelowna, BC - '23 Ford - 7.079 - 205.47
8 - Bobby Cottrell - Whittier, CA - dragster - 7.082 - 190.11
9 - Will Martin - San Dimas, CA - '69 Camaro - 7.115 - 190.11
10 - David Rosenberg - Long Beach, CA - dragster - 7.131 - 187.14
11 - Jess Sturgeon - Costa Mesa, CA - dragster - 7.146 - 185.03
12 - Ron Huegli - Vancouver, WA - '76 Monza - 7.147 - 194.34
13 - Dan Dicero - Vacaville, CA - '23 Ford - 7.155 - 183.26
14 - Tommy Schiffler - San Gabriel, CA - '76 Monza - 7.183 - 194.17
15 - Ronnie Lennon - Sonoma, CA - '32 Ford - 7.230 - 191.24
16 - Terri Lynne Brewster - Rio Rico, AZ - dragster - 7.247 - 184.27
17 - Richard Phillips - Visalia, CA - '32 Ford - 7.260 - 170.64
18 - Cody Anstead - Spruce Grove, AB - '69 Camaro - 7.260 - 188.67
19 - Darrell Webb - Edmonton, AB - '70 Nova - 7.312 - 191.20
20 - Mike Lema - Klamath Falls, OR - dragster - 7.355 - 165.99
21 - Dean Oberg - Norco, CA - '48 Fiat - 7.364 - 178.71
22 - Andre Pegues - Compton, CA - dragster - 7.377 - 165.01
23 - Bill Windham - Ed Dorado Hills, CA - '37 Fiat - 7.501 - 140.69
24 - Jess Gutierrez - Brentwood, CA - dragster - 7.567 - 174.58
25 - Chris Vogel - Castle Rock, CO - '48 Fiat - 7.789 - 170.13
26 - Lawton M. Ferrara - Spring Valley, CA - '48 Fiat - 8.205 - 157.97
27 - Mike Smith - San Diego, CA - dragster - 25.111 - 23.03
28 - Ken Rappaport - San Diego, CA - dragster - 6.977 - 194.21
29 - Troy Kaiser - Littleton, CO - dragster - DQ

A/GAS Qualifying Results - Round One - 9:50 AM -Saturday - (7.60 index)

1 -Dean Lindsey- Santa Paula, CA - '67 Nova - 7.608 - 179.82
2 - Ken Ratzloff - Idaho Falls, ID - '53 Studebaker - 7.610 - 157.39
3 - Andrew Hiemstra - Northridge, CA - '57 Chevy Bel-Air - 7.634 - 177.20
4 - Terry Newton - Camarillo, CA - '53 Studebaker - 7.647 - 180.79
5 - Steve Castelli - Windsor, CA - '41 Willys - 7.652 - 177.20
6 - Rick Logsdon - Bakersfield, CA - '55 Chevy Bel-Air - 7.727 - 177.09
7 - Rob Patten - Tracy, CA - '63 Corvette - 7.742 - 157.72
8 - Chris Beanes - Valencia, CA - '51 Henry J - 7.796 - 139.29
9 - Steven Davis - Oxnard, CA - '69 Camaro - 8.043 - 171.20
10 - Mike Ward - Anderson, CA - '33 Willys - 8.055 - 166.14
11 - Jim Data - Ojai, CA - '57 Pontiac - 8.075 - 169.07
12 - Wayne Scott - Clovis, CA - '68 Camaro - 8.197 - 129.01
13 - Dick Lecgien - Kingman, AZ - '66 Chevelle - 8.781 - 159.46
14 - Philip Herrera - Montebello, CA - '67 Camaro - 10.260 - 90.36
15 - Casey Treur - Santa Maria, CA - '33 Willys - 11.852 - 66.64
16 - Jerry Wold - Beuna Park, CA - '68 Camaro - 12.787 - 82.09
17 - Bruce Sanders - Clovis, CA - '68 Camaro - 7.597 - 179.74
18 - Jim Godec - Carson City, NV - '37 Chevy - 7.557 - 172.47
19 - Jimmy White - Covina, CA - '63 Corvette - 7.533 - 168.62
20 - Al White - Azusa, CA - '65 Pontiac - 7.960 -169.55



A/GAS Qualifying Results - Round Two - 11:23 AM - Friday - (7.60 index)

1 - Dean Lindsey - Santa Paula, CA - '67 Chevy II - 7.608 - 179.82
2 - Ken Ratzloff - Idaho Falls, ID - '53 Studebaker - 7.610 - 157.39
3 - Jim Godec - Carson City, NV - '37 Chevy - 7.623 - 162.39
4 - Andrew Hiemstra - Northridge, CA - '57 Chevy Bel-Air - 7.630 - 176.88
5 - Steve Castelli - Windsor, CA - '41 Willys - 7.644 - 177.83
6 - Terry Newton - Camarillo, CA - '53 Studebaker - 7.647 - 180.79
7 - Chris Beanes - Valencia, CA - '51 Henry J - 7.656 - 178.35
8 - Rick Logsdon - Bakersfield, CA - '55 Chevy Bel-Air - 7.708 - 176.36
9 - Jimmy White - Covina, CA - '63 Corvette - 7.722 - 177.02
10 - Rob Patten - Tracy, CA - '63 Corvette - 7.742 - 157.72
11 - Bruce Sanders - Clovis, CA - '68 Camaro - 7.743 - 182.11
12 - Philip Herrera - Montebello, CA - '67 Camaro - 7.762 - 180.86
13 - Steven Davis - Oxnard, CA - '69 Camaro - 7.959 - 172.67
14 - Al White - Azusa, CA - '65 Pontiac - 7.960 -169.55
15 - Wayne Scott - Clovis, CA - '68 Camaro - 8.031 - 172.84
16 - Mike Ward - Anderson, CA - '33 Willys - 8.055 - 166.14
17 - Jim Data - Ojai, CA - '57 Pontiac - 8.075 - 169.07
18 - John Overholser - Selma, CA - '56 Chevy - 8.131 - 136.15
19 - Dick Lecgien - Kingman, AZ - '66 Chevelle - 8.600 - 160.08
20 - Casey Treur - Santa Maria, CA - '33 Willys - 8.721 - 148.53
21 - Jerry Wold - Beuna Park, CA - '68 Camaro - 12.787 - 82.09

 

Since no bump spot was listed, I'm assuming it's an "all-run" or 32-car field. In any event, all the healthy cars on this list will be in the first round of eiminations.

 

A/GAS Qualifying Results - Round One - (7.60 index)

1 - Dean Lindsey- Anderson, CA - '67 Nova - 7.608 - 179.82
2 - Ken Ratzloff - Idaho Falls, ID - '53 Studebaker - 7.610 - 157.39
3 - Andrew Hiemstra - Northridge, CA - '57 Chevy Bel-Air - 7.634 - 177.20
4 - Terry Newton - Camarillo, CA - '53 Studebaker - 7.647 - 180.79
5 - Steve Castelli - Windsor, CA - '41 Willys - 7.652 - 177.20
6 - Rick Logsdon - Bakersfield, CA - '55 Chevy Bel-Air - 7.727 - 177.09
7 - Rob Patten - Tracy, CA - '63 Corvette - 7.742 - 157.72
8 - Chris Beanes - Valencia, CA - '51 Henry J - 7.796 - 139.29
9 - Steven Davis - Oxnard, CA - '69 Camaro - 8.043 - 171.20
10 - Mike Ward - Anderson, CA - '33 Willys - 8.055 - 166.14
11 - Jim Data - Ojai, CA - '57 Pontiac - 8.075 - 169.07
12 - Wayne Scott - Clovis, CA - '68 Camaro - 8.197 - 129.01
13 - Dick Lecgien - Kingman, AZ - '66 Chevelle - 8.781 - 159.46
14 - Philip Herrera - Montebello, CA - '67 Camaro - 10.260 - 90.36
15 - Casey Treur - Santa Maria, CA - '33 Willys - 11.852 - 66.64
16 - Jerry Wold - Beuna Park, CA - '68 Camaro - 12.787 - 82.09
17 - Bruce Sanders - Clovis, CA - '68 Camaro - 7.597 - 179.74
18 - Jim Godec - Carson City, NV - '37 Chevy - 7.557 - 172.47
19 - Jimmy White - Covina, CA - '63 Corvette - 7.533 - 168.62
20 - Al White - Azusa, CA - '65 Pontiac - 7.960 -169.55

Round two

1 - Dean Lindsey - Santa Paula, CA - '67 Chevy II - 7.608 - 179.82
2 - Ken Ratzloff - Idaho Falls, ID - '53 Studebaker - 7.610 - 157.39
3 - Jim Godec - Carson City, NV - '37 Chevy - 7.623 - 162.39
4 - Andrew Hiemstra - Northridge, CA - '57 Chevy Bel-Air - 7.630 - 176.88
5 - Steve Castelli - Windsor, CA - '41 Willys - 7.644 - 177.83
6 - Terry Newton - Camarillo, CA - '53 Studebaker - 7.647 - 180.79
7 - Chris Beanes - Valencia, CA - '51 Henry J - 7.656 - 178.35
8 - Rick Logsdon - Bakersfield, CA - '55 Chevy Bel-Air - 7.708 - 176.36
9 - Jimmy White - Covina, CA - '63 Corvette - 7.722 - 177.02
10 - Rob Patten - Tracy, CA - '63 Corvette - 7.742 - 157.72
11 - Bruce Sanders - Clovis, CA - '68 Camaro - 7.743 - 182.11
12 - Philip Herrera - Montebello, CA - '67 Camaro - 7.762 - 180.86
13 - Steven Davis - Oxnard, CA - '69 Camaro - 7.959 - 172.67
14 - Al White - Azusa, CA - '65 Pontiac - 7.960 -169.55
15 - Wayne Scott - Clovis, CA - '68 Camaro - 8.031 - 172.84
16 - Mike Ward - Anderson, CA - '33 Willys - 8.055 - 166.14
17 - Jim Data - Ojai, CA - '57 Pontiac - 8.075 - 169.07
18 - John Overholser - Selma, CA - '56 Chevy - 8.131 - 136.15
19 - Dick Lecgien - Kingman, AZ - '66 Chevelle - 8.600 - 160.08
20 - Casey Treur - Santa Maria, CA - '33 Willys - 8.721 - 148.53
21 - Jerry Wold - Beuna Park, CA - '68 Camaro - 12.787 - 82.09

 

Nostalgia Eliminator 1 Qualifying Results - Session One (7.60 Index)

1 - Alan Hull - Arcadia, CA - 7.601 - 172.77
2 - Hans Jakob - Ontario, CA - 7.604 - 172.24
3 - Eily Stafford - Mt. Laguna, CA - 7.621 - 176.92
4 - Gabe Wood - Bakersfield, CA - 7.629 - 159.80
5 - Mike Beursken - Redding, CA - 7.629 - 166.26
6 - Jim Scott - Fallbrook, CA - 7.666 - 169.04
7 - Kevin Sarginson - Ahwanhee, CA - 7.678 - 171.78
8 - Johnny Hofe - Macdoel, CA - 7.691 - 158.22
9 - Jordan Frolka - Simi Valley, CA - 7.694 - 173.61
10 - Dave Ward - Crestline, CA - 7.694 - 147.90
11 - George Johns - Bakersfield, CA - 7.714 - 173.04
12 - Austin Frye - Taft, CA - 7.731 - 173.61
13 - Alex Barrett - Beaumont, CA - 7.738 - 174.89
14 - Michael Padun - Graham, WA - 7.756 - 190.15
15 - Bobby Runyon - Jean, NV - 7.792 - 178.39
16 - Bruce McDowell - Chula Vista, CA - 7.809 - 173.61
17 - John Leso - Valley Center, CA - 7.815 - 132.46
18 - Robert Byrd - Reseda, CA - 7.827 - 169.77
19 - Ed Middlebrook - Prescott, AZ - 7.894 - 178.35
20 - Kim Bates Jr. - Anderson, CA - 7.912 - 168.47
21 - Greg Means - Sacramento, CA - 7.990 - 169.07
22 - Dan Schrokosch - San Marcos, CA - 8.176 - 173.98
23 - Phil Lukens - Pasadena, CA - 8.290 - 135.33
24 - Mike Hoyt Sr. - Corona, CA - 8.312 - 160.68
25 - Samy Daghir - Manchester, NH - 8.729 - 172.01
25 - Roger Gates - Wofford Heights, CA - 10.763 - 80.73
27 - Tony Wimer - Redlands, CA - 15.737 - 60.88
28 - Tim Brown - Lakewood, CA - 7.570 - 175.84
29 - Dave Gruzen - Lakewood, CA - 7.569 - 170.15


7.0 Class

AFX Qualifying Results - Session One

1 - Lynsi Martinez - Glendora, CA - '69 Dart - 8.891 - 151.51
2 - Tom Scebarras - Laguna Hills, CA - '69 Camaro - 9.645 - 132.35
3 - Ernie Algorri - Pasadena, CA - '67 Fairlane - 9.699 - 137.23
4 - David Franklin - Ramona, CA - '61 Ford - 9.939 - 132.68
5 - Nick J. Anderson - Riverside, CA - '62 Pontiac - 9.967 - 133.29
6 - Jack Goodrich - Laguna Niguel, CA - '64 Belvedere - 10.019 - 130.07
7 - Mitch Akers - San Diego, CA - '60 Chevy - 10.025 - 134.28
8 - Justyn Ruby - Visalia, CA - '65 Belvedere - 10.111 - 135.01
9 - Doug Hampton - Salinas, CA - '66 Ford - 10.395 - 129.29
10 - Bob Kirkbride - Las Vegas, NV - '64 Ford - 10.434 - 129.29
11 - Joel Miner - San Diego, CA - '64 Plymouth - 10.485 - 127.65
12 - Glen Gibbons - Apache Jet, AZ - '64 Pontiac - 10.487 - 129.64
13 - Steve Whitemore - Dixon, CA - '67 Mustang - 10.551 - 128.11
14 - Mike Dunn - Yuba City, CA - '63 Plymouth - 10.854 - 126.52
15 - Jerry Keller - Ramona, CA - '63 Dodge - 12.121 - 102.31
16 - Fred Kyle - Covina, CA - '66 Ford - 13.467 - 86.58
17 - Dale Schroeder - Keenesburg, CO - '64 Fairlane - 13.760 - 95.87




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