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Old 09-01-2017, 10:25 PM   #1  
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I happened upon this in a local second hand store, and had to have it, even though I knew it would likely remain unused. I have never even heard of anything like this.

I did the next best thing, I gave it to my mother, who takes pride in a clean vehicle, and who drives a 1995 Blazer. Works out great, because I can always get my big grubby hands on it later, maybe.

Anyone seen anything like this? The manuals all suggest possibly 1985.
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Wow....an official GM vac and scrubber/polisher.......I never knew it existed either.......
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