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A great many moons ago, even slightly before starting my career as a full-time airsmith, I built up a
lightly-modded Autococker for then local field regular and now X-ray tech PyroFiend.
It wasn't particularly wild even for 1997, but it was a nice, reasonably well-tuned semi-custom 'Cocker.
Mods were more or less limited to a Rock reg, minor internals tweaking, and custom milling and anno.
My favorite part, of course, was the "flamed" front shroud, which was a tricky bit of milling.
Years later, Pyro was forced to sell it, and I eventually wound up with it again- in parts.
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