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Old 06/15/19, 11:17 AM   #16
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Old 06/15/19, 02:28 PM   #17
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Great pic T-Bird! Love it.
He used to pop in at the Sierra Trek event now and then and hang with the vendors at the lake. Fun talk around the campfires those days for sure.

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Old 06/15/19, 04:47 PM   #18
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Sux getting old. And time seems to fly by so much faster these days enjoy every minute.

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Sad news. RIP

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I was saddened to hear this too (sorry, jumping in late here). My mom was friends with Rod growing up (she called him Rodney), through high school. My dad was buddies with his future c0-driver, Jim Fricker, across town at Hemet High. I met Rod a couple of times but can't say I actually knew him. Lot of off-road racing history in Hemet CA.

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