CUTTING EDGE: Mid-Engine 1972 Chevy C10 Truck Inspired By Group 5 Vintage Racing | EP23

CUTTING EDGE: Mid-Engine 1972 Chevy C10 Truck Inspired By Group 5 Vintage Racing | EP23

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There's a million C10s. But Cameron Bishop in Phoenix, Arizona imagined something totally different. What if he took a truck and based it on 70s race cars. Is that even a thing? Cameron. Yeah. Do you realize what you did here? Yeah.

It's so hot. This, I've-- Well, thanks. It was, it was a lot. How long did this take you to build? It's about a year and a half or so, thereabouts. It's a '72.

It's a '72 C10. The cab's largely stock and then the driveline's all like C6 Z06. So we used the transaxle, and the lower control arms, upper control arms, stuff like that. And then the rest of it's fabricated. All right, so what was your inspiration for this? So, I've always really liked '70s race cars, like, Group 5 specifically. And I wanted to build a truck for the shop, and one for myself, my son to go to the racetrack, and have some fun with.

How do I make this handle, do everything I want it to do, and how can I create this thing that's been rattling my head in real life? So, I cut the bedsides like I did because I like 917s. I like that, again, that Group 5 era. So, hold on a minute. You're how old? Uh, 34. So, the fact that you even know about 917s from the early '70s is crazy because most guys your age are not into that, or paying attention to that.

Yeah, my grandfather was the chief drivetrain engineer for Corvette from '52 to '78. You know, my dad was a car guy, and you know we always had car stuff. And it just, I always just kind of gravitated towards it.

I did a restoration for a client and that was a Holman Moody-built race car. And that really kind of cemented that I want to do something that has a lot of this flavor. It led me to here, I guess. You bounce this idea off anybody that thought you were nuts? Everybody thought I was nuts.

Right. When I started talking about the bed sides, and I'm going to take the fenders, I'm gonna do this, and make that. And they're like, what? You know, like well, just, just paint it white and lower it. I mean, if you look at the grill, obviously you have modified it, but it's the signature look of a C10. And then the ridge line, and then like this, the way the cab looks. How I looked at it-- It's definitely C10.

How I looked at it was if GM was to build it in that era, they would have used their language. I tried to put myself in the mindset of your mechanic or a builder for one of these race cars in the '70s. How would you do it, and you know, what styles would you use, how do you make it flow? Something that looked as though it could have. It didn't hurt your brain to look at it. Yeah, so tell me about this fender. I wanted to very much still feel like it was a Chevy fender.

Right, and so this is factory C10 profile. Yeah. Largely. And then I wanted to carry that and kind of taper away to nothing.

Because it has to, your eye still has to flow and you still have to kind of carry this-- And it has to go into that wide body or you have a weird-- Hold on. This is so cool. Hold on. Yeah. So we pick up fresh air through there. All fresh air. So you're cooling your brakes. Yep, so it's, exactly, and then the bottom half of this fender, we fabricated all this. And then when they do it on the race cars, like the general theory from how as I understand it is, you create a negative pressure behind the tire. Because the tire sticks out beyond here, and that negative pressure behind here helps to suck hot air out.

And there's no fiberglass on here. This is all steel. It's all steel. It was made by little ole me. I used the top half of a short bed. Right. I actually bought a pair of brand new short beds,

just the bedsides themselves. And then took them all apart. Took the inners out and then cut the top half of it. This is what's so amazing, the profile of this thing. That's where you get the 917 look.

Exactly. That long tail. Yep, and it's a little shorter than a short bed because proportionally it looked a little funny. So, it's shortened. Oh yeah. It would have been just way off into space. So, it's like three inches shorter.

As you come around the back, you had to make it kind of end on some capacity. I wanted it to look very much like a tailgate. You know, everything comes apart really easy because, I mean, I wanted to build a race car.

And you got to be able to take them apart. So the bedsides all unbolts, everything unbolts super fast, super easy. And I carried the exhaust to the center.

Heat shield or just a cool look? Yeah, just to stop it. Just a little from peeling the paint off, yeah. Those tail lights are actually 917 tail lights.

They're new-old-stock Hella lights. Kind of a cool little nod. Yeah, just a little thing. It is fat and I love it. Yeah. So, we gotta talk about the elephant in the room.

Yeah. Which is the tiny little wing. That's really small. I called them,

I said, "Hey, I want something really inconspicuous." Right. "What's the smallest thing you can send me?" So. You have cross braces on it.

It's, yeah. It's huge and-- I love it. I do too. So, I felt like, when you cut the bottom of the bedside off, your eye just sees it go away, and you kind of needed some mass. Sure.

So, this is from APR. Okay. It's a chassis-mount wing, so it actually comes through here. And it's tied right into the chassis. And then it is pretty big, so we had to do some cross bracing stuff.

Carbon. Yeah it's all carbon fiber, yeah. Geez.

So, in the front of the truck. It's good looking. Yeah, I made a big hole in it. Yeah. So, we have ducting in the grill that comes up through the hood. The engine's really far back.

Yeah. And like, next to the throttle pedal, you have two cylinders. So, I didn't want hot radiator air kind of packing into the firewall. And since the motor's so far back, I have a lot of room for activities. So, we laid the radiator down. Like at an angle.

Exactly, yep, and that helps direct the air up and right out. And we get out in front of the high pressure, in front of the windshield. I like your hood pins.

Yes. Because you're not pulling pins and scratching your paint. Exactly. You know what's nice about these is,

if you don't latch them you know. Like you didn't, you don't drive down the road and go, "Oh look, my pins are in my pocket." Right.

These are awesome. Wow. So.

Wow, your sheet metal work is so good. Thank you. So this is all aluminum. This core support's all aluminum, all this stuff's fabricated here. I love how like on the outside the body line, you kept it like in a triangle. And you had to flatten it out right here. Yeah, so we cut the whole thing off. Pull this down and peek.

Ah, so you had to make the decision. Okay, so this looks really cool right here. Oh my gosh. So what kind of radiator is this actually? So, this is Ron Davis right? Yeah. So this started off as a Ron Davis radiator. Started off? Yeah, I cut it up. I used Ron Davis in my rock crawler that's why.

I actually think-- They're local. They're proud. They're great guys. Yes, they're down the road. They're in Peoria. Uh huh. And they are a fantastic group of people down there.

And they make really nice products. And I chopped it all up. Why? Because they don't make one for this. So we changed some of the input and output of the radiator. The fans are how they set them up. So, you're coming in through here. There's a filter right there.

Picks up all that fresh air. That's so smart. That's the theory, I hope. Just to try to, again, try to get cold air to the engine, hot air out. And then the firewall is all fabricated. You've got an LS3. Yep.

And how many horsepower? So, this one has just got like normal bolt-on stuff, so it's mid 500. Yeah but you did a cam, though, that's gonna get you another 60 or 70 somewhere, right? Yeah, like I said. They're about like the stock LS is four and a quarter, I think. This one's still dry sump, so there's our dry sump tank over to the left.

And that comes out of like a ZO6 as well. Got it. And then you can see our reservoirs are mounted up top here.

For your shocks. So yeah, so these are triple adjustable with reservoirs. And the back of the truck is a whole tank and a pump.

And on the steering wheel is a button with an arrow. You hit the button and the front end lifts. With hydraulic fluid, so no airbags. So it doesn't change, yeah. It doesn't change your spring rates. Doesn't do anything like that.

This way is how KW does it and Belltech. And I've really liked it. And it was one of those things that they were building my coilovers anyway. So it was like, let's add that, too.

All right. So your LS is pushed way back. How far back from its normal placement? It's like 13 and a half inches, thereabouts. The cab's even push back a little bit, too. Okay.

But the motor, the front of the engine is four inches or so behind the front wheel center line. Behind the center of that axle. So there's some conversation about what-- People have said stuff.

--what the definition of a mid-engine is. So, you can have a front mid-engine or a rear mid-engine. So, the driver is behind the motor, but it's actually between the axles.

So, I have a buddy who's an engineer, and I actually talked to him about this before we got here. Good. And he says, "Well, I would look at where the weight is, the mass is, you know, distributed." Right. So, the weight distribution.

This truck's 53 percent on the nose and 47 on the back. Okay, so a stock truck, with it pushed 13 and a half inches forward, would have been really-- They're like high 60s. Right, so you're achieving. So, I achieved quite a bit by moving it back. And then we have the transaxle, so that helps bring some of that weight back there, as well.

You're OCD, right? A little bit. A little bit. It's kind of a problem. I like doing stuff that, when people look at it, they see, wow it's really clean. And then the more they look at they go, wow, wow, that's clean how they did that. Oh wow, look at that little thing. And I like doing little things like that.

My clients are great. They love attention to detail. Like, they're willing to pay for that kind of stuff. It's mine. This is yours. For me this so there's no boxes. No parameters.

Yeah, I just wanted something that was 100 percent mine, that really showcased the skillset that I have here, you know, the things I can do. And have something that's functional, that I could race and do kind of my Swiss Army knife, if you will. And you can take your son to school in. Take my son to school. You know, it's his truck if you ask him. Really? Yeah, it's a thousand percent his. I have to ask permission. I can't tell you how many hours he's been out here sanding the cab, and taking stuff apart, and unscrewing bolts.

Like, I wanted to try to inspire him in some capacity, in my own way to like, we can build stuff. You don't have to build stuff, but like, things can be built. Here is something that's broken that doesn't work that people have forgotten about, and we can turn it into something really, really cool that's ours. So good looking. Look at this.

Yeah, so this is our transaxle, right, this is all C6 Z06 stuff. You see a little bit of the torque tube. A little bit of the torque tube, yep. It's not very common to see a transaxle in a truck, is it? Yeah, I mean why not-- You could have just gone with a solid axle rear end. It would have been easier, it would have been easier. But I wanted to move this weight back.

And again, I really like the C6 platform. It works well. And all your control arms are also Corvette. Everything. All C6 Corvette. Same with the knuckles. The nice thing about that, is a lot of aftermarket chassis are C6-based, so their knuckles are all C6-based. So everybody makes parts for them.

How big are these fuel cells? Those are 10 gallons a piece. Okay. If you're gonna have a big variable weight, so like fuel is a big variable-- In the center. You want it, yeah, as close to the center and as low as you can get. My focus on this thing was get my weight below the camshaft and get everything as close to the center as I could get it.

You fill them through the one neck, and then this tank is like a slave tank to that tank. Got it. So, on the the Holley dash there it allows for, you know, buttons and switches you can add to them. And on there is a little switch. You hit the button and it will turn this fuel pump on and fill that tank.

And then there's a bunch of safeties worked out that the Racepak, when it sees a safety go off in here, it turns off this pump so it doesn't pressurize that tank. Your E-Stopp Brake, that's your parking brake. Yeah, so. How do those work? I haven't seen them before, but they're really clever.

They, the simple is, it's like an electric actuator that pulls 400 pounds. On the cable end. Then I took the box part and I rewired it so that I could use a button on my steering wheel.

And you don't have to take up a bunch of space in the cab, or an extra pedal that you don't have room for. Well, yeah and there's no room. The battery over there is a anti-gravity battery. That's lithium ion. that can run any way you want it, but that's lithium ion so that weighs five pounds.

What? Yeah. It's bananas. But isn't that gonna catch on fire? So that actually has a brain in it that monitors voltage all the time, and if it goes below I think 12.2 volts, it shuts the battery off. So, again, we're just trying to kill weight. So we lost, you know, a traditional battery of that size is-- Although, devil's advocate here, you could use some weight in the rear. So, was it worth it? Is the juice worth the squeeze? Probably not now you say it that way, no. It probably wasn't.

Yeah. I probably should go get the big battery, maybe two big batteries. Two big batteries. Yeah.

Yeah, I guess. Okay. RV batteries. Okay, well, so see, you know, you got me thinking. And your frame is all mandrel bent. Like, you did the whole frame? So yeah. So this frame, it was my design.

I did, it in SolidWorks and then there's a company out of North Carolina that bent me up the tubing. So, you're just getting your sections and you're-- Yeah, so I had the rails bent in full sections. Oh, no welds in between? So, there is a weld. This rear hoop is welded. Okay. All my welds, anything structural related, as far as like going into tube to tube, they're sleeved.

But they're beyond suspension parts. You see those big cannon plugs there? So, that's all the wiring for the truck that comes to the back. You can just unplug it and disconnect. You're fancy. But um. Listen, it's okay.

I know. Cool. I'm probably just a little jealous that's all. Do you ever let anybody drive it? No, you'd be the first one. Are you serious? Mm-hmm. I even asked my wife, I said,

"Hey, like another person's gonna drive this thing. Do you want to drive it before somebody else drives it?" And she's like, "Hmm, I don't want to mess anything up." And it's just as good looking underneath it. And it's really, really well thought out and strong. Yeah, so this is all like a 3/16" chromoly plate steel.

And then the tubing is all two-by-four eighth-inch thick. Your stainless exhaust is beautiful. Thank you. Yeah.

Yeah, so this is all, like I said, this is Vibrant tubing so it all came as u-bends. And they're equal within a half inch on all eight tubes. Right. And then they fire through the collector sequentially. So, as this pulse leaves, it creates a negative pressure in its wake.

The idea is to suck the one next to it. And same with like your x-pipe. So, that's part of the reason why the truck kind of sounds like it does. It's got a little bit different of a sound and it's just, it's kind of the nature of when you get them to this point. And you have four resonators.

Yeah, I don't have much for mufflers so that doesn't really. That's gonna change it. Yeah, it takes some of the harshness away but. Gosh, so your frame rails. All mandrel bent.

Look at this. You had some math. The engine and transmission need to come down, so you unbolt this plate here. Take the exhaust down.

Yep. And these motor mounts unbolt either at the motor or at the frame. So that allows me to drop this whole thing down, or lift the chassis and truck off of it. However you want to look at it.

Your torque tube. Was that the same length as off of the C6? Yes. So, this is the factory length. The only thing that's different over that, is we did, this is a SFI-rated bell housing. Oh nice. This is Quick Time Performance.

And your sway bar. Yeah, so it's like an aftermarket Corvette bar. Yeah. The chassis is engineered so that it's more prone to oversteer.

There's a lot of geometric anti-roll in the back of it. Sway bar. These are nice because they're adjustable. Right. So, you can kind of dial in. The same for the front's adjustable as well. So, if we need more bar on the front or the back, depending on how the truck handles.

All right, so your Fixie Wheels. They are three piece wheels, so like your inner barrel, and your outer barrel and then everything bolts together. And then it's got like a bead of sealant. And they like specialize in road racing.

Everything is, like, tolerances beyond what is reasonable for anybody. You know, a little flavor back to that era of race car, like, this is Rothmans gold. Very iconic color. I wanted these little details and these little pieces that, really, if you understood it, you got it. Otherwise it looked cool to anybody. But like, the true enthusiast if you will, would kind of pick up on the little subtleties.

The little details. Things that I cared about. And then behind them is Wilwood six pistons. Yeah, so you have four pistons in the rear. Yeah, so it's a four-piston, 14-inch rotor in the rear, and then a six-piston 14-inch rotor in the front.

Those guys are smart. They are very smart. They're actually from my hometown. What about your tire choice here? This is the Goodyear Supercar 3. I wanted a tire that I could drive around still.

I built everything around a 19x12. And finding a tire in a 19x12 is difficult. Right. Because everyone runs an 18x12. Ah, I wanna get inside of there. I love it.

Your truck's really rad. Thanks. So let me ask you something though.

Yeah. With this wide of a front and not doing staggered, is it harder to turn? Like, what kind of, what'd you do for power steering? It's a Corvette pump. Corvette rack.

And I actually killed a little bit of pressure out of it. So the steering's heavy. It's not obnoxiously heavy, but you have a lot of feedback. You know what's happening.

I imagine you have to probably put a lot of negative camber in here. Yeah, so it's got a degree and a half or so. Okay, that's not too bad.

Yeah, and we can go a lot more. I can give it all, all the degrees. So you're still a little bit in checking out what this thing will do. Yeah, after SEMA, like we did, I've driven it around here to kind of bed the clutch in and stuff, and we did one event at Good Guys.

And like it's really-- Gosh, so you're like four months off of having this build done. Yeah. Okay.

Love it. Yeah, it's cozy. Oh, these Sparcos are good. These are good. Okay, so here we go. Yeah.

Ticking people off right there. That's a slammer, it's okay. So, what you're staring at, that's the all the controls for the whole truck. So your blinker's there, headlights.

Unbelievable. The nose lift, the horn, engine start, everything's there. You're so fancy.

I'm very fancy. Wow, very cool. So all that stuff's done wirelessly. It runs in this receiver right here. And that receives a signal out of the steering wheel controls.

You have a kill switch some place? So this lower one here, this will turn it on. Uh huh, uh huh. That's the battery isolator. Got it.

That's a solid state deal. It's out in the back. And that shuts the computers down so if you have like a problem, like a real life problem, and you hit the button or someone outside hits it, that will tell the computers to shut down before it kills the battery. Because ECUs don't generally like just being shut off mid-stroke. So that gives a shutdown signal. This truck has the Holley Terminator. It's their Holly dash and then-- Dude, how do we turn this on? This is-- So you just go ahead and turn the key on.

Really? This is their big 13 inch. That's the big one, yeah it's like 12 and a half inches. It's just gonna-- Just one click, yeah. Comes alive. So you have a brake on. I don't need to hold the brake. Wow. This is so modern.

I tried really, really hard to take something that's super complicated and how everything functions and make it look super simple. How do I put this in a way that it's sanitary, and clean, and it's easy to digest. I like how it's like modern and old vintage stuff kind of married together. I kind of, I struggled when I first started this thing because I was like, '70s race car, '70s race car.

So I was gonna go like real '70s race car. And yeah and you know I saw some renderings that you had some Martini stripes on it. You think you'll try that someday? I would like to maybe do them in vinyl, you know. If they're, it kind of-- People they either like or they don't. Who cares what people think. I know. I know.

Who cares. You've gone this far. I don't care. I probably shouldn't care. You shouldn't care. You shouldn't care. Who cares what people think? So yeah, we'll probably do the Martini stripes. You know. Change it up a little bit. Do whatever you want.

Cause I like that. That's when I think of race car. What oils are you using? So this truck's got all AMSOIL stuff. Love it. Yeah. You could geek out on oil, so I became a dealer.

It just makes sense. I try to use one brand and AMSOIL has such a well-rounded, you know, product line. I just fill all my stuff up, and then here's what you need to use moving forward you can just order it. It's great. It comes real quick. Yeah.

I've been using a long time I used it in my rock crawlers. And you got no carpet or anything. No, the inside of all this is all gloss white powder coat. Which is great because your feet are gonna hit it.

Yeah, it's durable, you can hit it. You know, at the end of the day, I need to be able to use it. Yeah, so your your foot box is like, my shoe-- You have to kind of almost think about a narrow shoe. It's got air conditioning, so everything's happy. And you have a typical H pattern in this? Yep.

Okay. Yep so it's your normal six. Reverse is up and to the right. Okay. So this speedo is all GPS. Really? Just saves you from having to wire a bunch of stuff back.

Yeah. Under here is the Racepak. So that's a what they call a street wire. What does that do? So that, this truck has no fuses and no relays.

Oh wow. So everything's done through there. It's all solid state stuff and then you can program it. And it plugs in here. And that's where you're disconnecting it?

Yeah so this goes out to the back. This controls, this is like fuel pumps and tail lights and all this stuff. And then forward, all goes up through here, and that goes to the ECU which lives behind the dash. And then that goes from there. It goes out of the engine compartment. And if you do the arrow button, that'll lift the nose.

Where's the? On the right side. Oh, this arrow button. Right now? Yep. Feels like we're in a very slow elevator.

Yeah. And that's it. Press it again. It'll go down? Yep.

That's bougie. It is. It's a one step above fancy. I know.

Wow, that's cool. I want to do the horn. Is it gonna work? Yeah, it sounds funny. It is really funny. What is that from? I found it in my toolbox so I couldn't tell you. Okay, so all this is all original. Yeah.

All these doors and everything. Yeah I cut the doors. I mean, the windows all work, everything works. So, that at the end of the day, I still need it to be somewhat of a streetcar.

I want to fire this up. Can I fire it up in here? Yeah, absolutely. So all you gotta do is just press the big green button that says start. The big green button. Oh, it sounds like a Corvette.

Oh, I feel it like wanting to torque over a little bit. Geez. It runs pretty good. It sounds great. And that's that. It sounds really good.

Sounds awesome. And this is drive by wire. So, this is my first time playing with drive by wire. You know what I'm thinking? We need to drive it? Yeah. I agree. All right, so okay.

Key on. Turn the key. Key on. Do I have to wait? No it's ready to rock. You can just literally start. Yep. It's in gear and the e-brake is set so hit brake.

Hear it beep. Okay hear it beep and it's done. We're already in first gear. Yep. Oh my gosh. Super sensitive. Where's the engagement? There it is. There it is.

Okay. All the rocks. Oh, listen to all those rocks. All the rocks. Because no carpet.

No nothing. I gotta find the engagement. There it is. Okay. Holy crap. This thing is real sensitive. Yeah.

Oh. It takes a lot, a little bit of finesse. Barely pushing it. Yeah. All right.

Yeah. Are they getting harder to find in good condition? Yeah they're still out there. But because they're so popular, they're hard to get in anything that's a good deal. So I got lucky on this cab. It happened to be local to me. And it was a whole truck but I only needed really the cab and the title.

Sounds good. So your grandpa engineered Corvettes. Yeah so he was, in '52 he was a chassis designer for GMC. Okay. Right out of the war.

So he wanted to design them a new chassis. General Motors wanted to see if a sports car would work. When GM went to like, independent rear suspension and a mono-leaf rear spring, and all that stuff, my grandfather holds the patent, or at the time held the patent. The patent's since gone. Yeah. But he actually is named on the patent for General Motors for the mono-leaf rear spring.

Wow. You know, we knew Grandpa was like the Corvette guy, and we knew him as an engineer, but I didn't know the significance of who he was and what it meant. That's cool.

Until after he passed away. So it was kind of one of those, like bittersweet things. I learned all this fun stuff about my grandpa, right as I was wanting to learn about all the fun stuff about my grandpa. Right. So a little life lesson from me but. It's so cool that you're a Chevy guy still.

Yeah, we don't buy nothing else. Right. Nice. Nice. Rocks. It's pretty through here.

Yeah. {honking horn} Okay I'm gonna disable the horn. Look at that view. It's not, it doesn't suck. What lake is that? So that's Bartlett Lake. Look at purple wildflowers over there. Yellow.

Okay, here we go. You're clear. Committed. Sounds good.

Sounds good. It feels like there's a lot of movement. I don't know if it's just something to get used to. It is a stock shifter housing. Okay. And they are like rubber mounted and weird.

I noticed that too about it so I'll probably change it to some sort of an aftermarket. Something a little tighter. Like a short-throw shifter.

Your pedals are nice though, because they're all in the same plane. Yeah, again it was really important to me to like, your feet have to be comfortable. Because that's what, that's your interface to the truck, you know? Yep. And those are Wilwoods the reverse mount Tru-Bar ones. Yeah, nice.

So they're all super adjustable. It's not even that hot. I don't feel any heat. It's got a lot of insulation. Yeah. I don't feel any heat down by my feet or anything. And it helps like and again that's why I tried to move that radiator air out. Yeah.

Because you know there's 200 degrees of air coming off of there, being so close to the torque tube. Like in a production car, that thing's coated and all kinds of sound deadening. Yeah. So you get it, like you hear a lot of odd things. Right. And then no carpet and everything's metal and the roll cage is like, it just, you're very connected to the chassis.

Yeah, you notice every little thing and go, "What was that? What was that?" What'd you drive in high school? So, I was a big Blazer guy. Yeah, well I can tell. Shocking, I know it's shocking. My very first truck was like a '96 Dodge Dakota. Okay. I flipped it, made a little bit of money on it, and got an '82 Blazer.

What was your car in high school? An '88 Dodge Colt. Four door. Oh, that's a sports car there. Blue. Until I totaled it, and then I got an '89 Dodge Colt.

Wow. You ought to let it sing a little bit. Don't be shy. Sounds so good. Cameron, you're C10 makes me feel like a rockstar all day. It does that. I love it. I think, I think you pulled this off.

What do you guys think? He took vintage racing and put it in a truck. Does it work? Is it a thing? It works. I think it's cool. Thanks, Cameron--

You're welcome. For letting me drive this truck all day. You did great. Thank you. I felt super rad and I was the first one to drive this. You guys let me know what you think of this C10, and we will catch you next time. This show is a ton of hours to produce, and we could use your support.

Go to or check out our merchandise, Today we're in Phoenix and Okay got it. That's how it goes. Ready? But Cameron Bishop in Phoenix Arizona-- I fell. I couldn't take the step. I went like--

Should I squat in like this? Okay. Ready. I did put on deodorant. Good, me too.

Okay. Me too. Good. We're good.

Where'd you get it? This is APR? I'm gonna sneeze. Hold on. Bless you. Nope. It's got a lot of tubing. Bless you. I knew it was coming.

If you're going to get into this mode, you have to chi out a little bit. Your stainless is-- Yeah. No. They came out pretty good. So we'll do that again.

This is where we get the, this is where we get the giggles out. Stop.

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