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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 04-08-2008, 03:10 PM Thread Starter
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Finally Got a 2 digit number with CCS/ASRA!

I've been trying to get a 2 digit number for years now. I officially have one. Midwest CCS/ASRA number 19 baby!!! WOO HOOO!!!!!

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Do pimp suits even come in grasshopper size?

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that's my lucky #
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Do pimp suits even come in grasshopper size?
He can get one of Herbet Villachez old suits.
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Congratulations, Nick.


Educate me. What's the significance of a 2-digit number?

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Congratulations, Nick.


Educate me. What's the significance of a 2-digit number?
Nothing. It's smaller than a 3 digit number.

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Nothing. It's smaller than 3 inches.
Fixed!

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Nothing. It's smaller than a 3 digit number.
And there are fewer of them out there, so more valuable. Pretty cool.

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Now you just have to register for a race so you can actually run those two digits instead of just looking at them in the garage .
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I am a freak about numbers.

Did you ask why 19 was available? what was the previous 19 like?

What if the guy always wadded his bike with it?

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Congrats!

Curious-- how long did it take? Was that the first ## available or did you hold out for it?

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