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When's the last time you've seen someone have so much stock of Neon Components of porcelain & glass housings/receptacles, CPA's, GTO, and much more? I think it's official, we're the largest supplier on the west coast, I can't think of anyone else.

Kgirl working hard on this hot humid day, I'm sweat'in just looking at her!
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She's showing me how much sweat she has produced
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Lot's of hard to find porcelain / glass housings. These can go pretty quick, and it's all limited supply, once it's gone.....it's gone!
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These hard to find components aren't exactly collecting dust, especially with the recent surge in Neon production. Call to order (858) 880-1400, by email orders@thesignsyndicate.com, or visit our online shopping cart which some limited items

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Hmmm, you are standing taking pictures, and Kgirl is doing all the work? I've had bosses like you. Hope she gets a pay raise.

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You're not giving me any credit for organizing and managing? It's hard and tough work to stand in the sun and humidity to snap pictures, and the torture of watching my lemonade in my hand melt away and warm??? Its tough being under appreciated!!

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I likes me some sweaty girls!!!!! LOL

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I likes me some sweaty girls!!!!! LOL

Me TOO!!!

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