Volume 33 MAR—APR 2016 Issue 02
The deadline for all submissions is 7 days prior to the Chapter Meeting, including Advertising.
Board and Officials reports are due no later than the 6:00pm on Tuesday following the Meet-
ing. All Members are asked to submit anything they have that would be of interest to their
fellow Members such as stories and/or pictures.
GATOR ALLEY MEETINGS
Board Meeting Chapter Meeting
Mar 17, 2016 Mar 20, 2016
Apr 14, 2016 Apr 24, 2016
7PM 11 am
GOALS & PURPOSE
To fight for the freedom of the road and the freedom of choice for the motorcycle riders of Florida.
To become a powerful and viable political force in Florida by encouraging riders to register to vote and to
communicate with their Legislators.
To promote safe riding habits and to promote driver awareness without infringing on the rights of the individual.
To work toward educating our Legislators on motorcycle issues so they are able to make the right decisions re-
garding Florida’s motorcycle riders.
To publish a newsletter to keep members of ABATE of Florida, Inc. Informed.
The views expressed in this newsletter are not necessarily those of ABATE of Florida, Inc.
nor those of Gator Alley Chapter. This publication allows members the Freedom of Ex-
pression of their own beliefs and opinions. ABATE of Florida, Inc. and Gator Alley Chap-
ter accepts no responsibility for the comments or opinions contained in this publication.
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FLORIDA, INC. ARE NOT DEDUCTIBLE FOR FEDERAL INCOME TAX PURPOSES. A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL
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This publication is the Monthly Newsletter of:
ABATE of FLORIDA, Inc.
GATOR ALLEY CHAPTER
P.O. Box 10395
Naples, FL 34101
GATOR ALLEY BOARD AND OFFICIALS
Hi Everyone. Thank you all for a good
chapter meeting Sunday, hope you all had a
good time. These are tough times for
ABATE; with all the issues facing us we
need to stay positive. I believe that if we all
work together we will keep this organization strong and help
it grow. There are a lot of events coming up so please do
whatever you can to help .
THANK YOU ALL, Frizz
It seems like I was just doing
this report yesterday or maybe I was LOL. We have some events coming
up very soon; by the time you get this the swamp buggy races will have
been completed and we will have put some well needed money into the
coffers. We have some issues facing not only the chapter but the state that
need to be addressed very quickly, the main issue as it always seems to be,
is money. I feel that the short-term solution, which ever one of the two we
decide upon, is not going to take care of the problem. We still need to gen-
erate more money, not only for the chapter but the state. A bike jamboree
is scheduled and should generate some much-needed income. On another note it's time again to
start thinking about the elections, consider running for a position on the board, I guarantee you it
is easy and you will get a lot of support from fellow members; Ask position holders about their
experiences, I guarantee they will recommend it. In closing, ride safe, dodge the snowbirds, I
will! I’ll see you on the road or at the next meeting.
Aloha, faithfully submitted by your vice President Rusty a.k.a. Wingnut. No joke this time, but I
do have one thing I want to say, I think that at this time it is very appropriate: Live free or die
isn't just a saying. God bless America.
Chapter Minutes — January
CHAPTER MEETING AGENDA January 24,2015 Naples VFW
WELCOME - PLEDGE – MOMENT OF SILENCE
PRESIDENT (FRIZZ) – Welcome guest. Reminder for inventories to Trudi, Roger, RiffRaff. Item
left out on Delegates Report from December, Patti Nassaralla will be stepping down in June. Look
ing for a replacement.
VICE PRESIDENT (RUSTY) – Please participate in up coming runs.
SECTRETARY (LYNN) – Entertain a motion to accept the minutes as written in the Newsletter.
Motion made by Riff Raff, Seconded by Tom Hoffman
TREASURER (CARI) – Money in bank. Reminder about State Drawing Tickets. Needs to be in
SARGENT AT ARMS (BRAD) – Everyone signed the Sign-in sheet. All’s Good
LEGISLATIVE (LYNN CORR) – Recap of items in Committee. Stand your Ground, Open Carry,
Federal Judges term limits. Waiting to hear if HR 253 and SB 322 pass their next committees.
DELEGATES (FRIZZ/JUDE) – Handed out the certificate for the largest member increase in Sept.
2015. Next meeting in February on the 13th. This will be in Peace River
MEMBERSHIP – (Trudi) - 330 members. Handed out pins
NEWSLETTER (PAM) – Went over all the ads expiring. Stressed the need for new advertisers.
SAFETY (RIFFRAFF) – There is no Safety Director at the State level. Looking for a replacement.
Tom Hoffman – Crowd Control class soon. Only expense with be the product to produce the cards.
PR COMMUNICATION/ADVERTISING/ SPECIAL EVENTS (?) – Facebook is world wide, get
ting feedback from as far away as Germany. WEBMASTER Update: Kelly Hart, a new member
will be revamping our web page. After that, Deb Pignatello will be taking over.
QUARTERMASTER (ROGER) – All Good
PRODUCTS (RUSTY) – There has been a glitch with the printer which has put a delay on the or
dered Name Bars. New T-Shirts to be ordered.
SUNSHINE REPORT – (MARGO) See Report
OLD BUSINESS – Casino Run – to be Chaired by Rambo/Dave Lindsay. Mash Bash Party – May
7th. Swamp to the city was a great turn out. 85 riders. Margo’s team won the Scavenger Hunt.
Preservation Run – Dave Pappas looking for a co-chair.
NEW BUSINESS – March Meeting TBD due to Easter. Bill Ratcliff asked about Avon Park. No
event to be held there next year. Looking for another city.
GOOD TO THE ORDER – Moose Riders Event on the 30th of Jan. Swamp Buggy Event needs Vol
unteers. George – E15 was found in Sarasota, Rusty opined on his view of
grass for Biofuel. Relay for Life organized by LauraJo. Rusty expressed his
appreciation for GA in his recent struggles. Fred mentioned the L4D loss
Motion to Adjourn: 12:10 by Tom Hoffman, Seconded by RiffRaff
50/50 – Tom Howe
Respectfully Submitted by: Lynn Corr
MARCH CHAPTER MEETING
HAS BEEN MOVED TO
DUE TO EASTER BEING ON 27TH
PLEASE KEEP A LOOK OUT FOR
THE UPCOMING FLYER FOR
ON APRIL 17TH !!!
Meet at VFW, off
Pine Ridge Rd—10 AM
Chapter Minutes - February
Chapter Meeting Agenda : 2/28/2016 VFW 11:00 am
Welcome - Pledge - Moment of Silence
President: Discussed the two proposed State By Laws changes, reference membership dues. This is looking for ways to increase State reve
Proposed Bylaw # 1
Yearly Dues stay at twenty dollars ($20.00) splitting with State as usual.
Life time Dues would be six hundred dollars ($600.00) with four hundred
dollars ($400.00) going to State, with Gator Alley Chapter retain Two hundred
Proposed Bylaw #2
Yearly Dues and Life Memberships would remain the same with the excep
tion that all monies would be sent to State, none being retained at the Chapter
A vote was taken and the majority voted for Bylaw Proposal #2. This information will be taken to the next State Meeting. President and Vice
State Vice President Mutter resigned due to family issues.
Our Chapter meeting for March would fall on Easter Sunday, it was discussed and voted to change the date. The March meeting will be the
weekend of March 20th so everyone will spend the Holiday at home with family.
Casino Run Flyer will not appear in newsletter due to unexpected closing of the first stop, Flyers will be reissued with new information. Other
wise it is all set to go.
Gator Bash, aka Mash Bash, meeting will be held soon please watch your e-mail for update, or contact Margo for the exact date of the meeting.
Frizz asked for permission to create a walking stick with the Gator Logo on it and have a drawing for as a fund raiser at Gator Bash.
Asked if there were any changes to last months minutes as printed in the Newsletter. A motion to accept minutes as printed was made by Riff
Raff and seconded by Lefty.
State tickets are all turned in. Drawing date is March 15th,
Everything is in balance.
President added :
That we should think of donating funds to State. A discussion pursued, Tom Hoffman made a motion to donate Six hundred dollars
($600.00) to State on April 1st, motion was passed.
State Treasurers report is available for review see Cari.
Sgt. At Arms: Approved Absence.
Legislature; Approved Absence
Frizz noted at the Board Meeting Lynn advised that Cape Coral is trying to outlaw patches on vest.
Rick Loy addressed the new bill passed about firearms practice in your yard. You must have at least one acre of property with proper security
bern for target practice. 12
State meeting was at Peace River February 13th, see Delegate report for details.
We have 330 members, with 17 life cards that have not been picked up. Life Cards must be picked up we cannot mail them.
Pam advised she will put notice in newsletter as to the runs coming up that Flyers were delayed on.
Laura Jo asked for a PDF of the final of the newsletter to post on Facebook as our website is under construction.
We have a new director at State and he advised he has received some items from fallen chapters, that he is willing to share.
If you are interested in CPR classes or Crowd management cards contact Riff Raff.
PR/ Communications/ Advertising/ Special Events:
May is Motorcycle Safety Month; we will need to get a proclamation. Lynn will be taking care of this.
All is good.
We have received the name bars 10 reflective and 10 old school. Will be getting some other things from state.
Casino Run April 17th, sorry Flyer didn't make newsletter but first stop business closed so we had to find another 1st stop location. It will be
the VFW and they will open for us at 8:30 for Breakfast.
Preservation Run is tentative scheduled for June 19th.
Looking for ideas for new events that will bring in revenue.
Rusty, Frizz and Riff Raff will go speak to Harley Davidson about using their area.
Rusty volunteered to chair the event.
Good of the Order:
One of our members noted there is a proposal on the next election ballet about Fire and Emergency Services that is very deceptive in the word
ing on the ballet.
This person advised vote no, it will cost us a lose in service,
Volunteers needed for Swamp Buggy Gates.
Relay for Life riders will meet at 6pm in front of Dillards ride leaves NPD at 7pm.
New Hopes Bike run is March 5th, 9am, Rick asked all to come.
CMA's Run for the Sun is 1st weekend of May; our Chaplin asked if you can't ride please make a donation.
Website is still under construction, so we will try and post our flyer on Facebook.
Riner Family Fundraiser posters were pasted out. March 26th at Lowes at Naples Blvd. and Airport Road, event starts at 12pm ends at Florida
Winner of 50/50 our Chaplin donated it back.
Motion to adjourn made and seconded.
Respectfully submitted by: 13
SUNSHINE REPORT — January
December/January Sunshine Report
Scott and Christine Hughes, a Thinking of you card for Scott's sister who was in ICU and in need of many powerful
prayers. They must have worked as the latest word is that she is in a regular room now and improving. The battles in
our lives come in many forms, but the power of prayer is a mighty sword. Hugs to Scott and Christine as they stay
strong for Robbin in her continued healing process. We also sent Christine a Get Well card for her illness that landed
her in the hospital and was quite an exasperating experience to get the right answers for the right cure. We wish this
family better health in the new year.
David "Wylie" Wyland, a Thank You card for once again portraying Santa for our beloved Hertiage House residents
and their families. He made a generous effort despite his own health issues in which we wish him well. May he and
Susan be blessed at Christmas and may the next year bring them peace. We also gave him a Get Well card as he
ended up in the hospital after a fall that exacerbated some of his health problems. He had lots of visitors while in the
hospital and his family and doctors are doing all that they can to help him get well. He needs all the helpful prayers
and good thoughts we can send him.
Zeke Zavatsky, a Congratulations card on his new grandson, Luke Anthony. Everyone knows that biker grampas are
the best so Luke is in for a hell of a childhood! Best wishes to the family as may the blessings of the holidays bring
sweet, cherished memories to all.
On another note, We miss seeing you, but are very proud of what you are doing for the little girl in your care right now.
She is lucky to have such a soft safety net to give her a chance to be a kid. Go Team Zeke, Tracy and Sarah! XO
Trudi Steel, a Get Well card for her emergency carpel tunnel surgery. She was resting comfortably in her Comfort Inn
suite for the State Meeting and the healing and recovery will be on going. Please keep her in your thoughts and pray-
ers as her 2015 was a challenge for her and her family.
Don Korff, a Get Well card for his diverticulitis episode that sent him to the hospital and unfortunately may require
surgery. We know our Big Don can't hear anything, but we sure hope he feels our warm wishes, prayers and positive
thoughts for a full recovery. January brought him many more doctors and his multitude of health problems will present
him with a life of "changing his ways", but he says "Yeah, right." Hang in there, Big Guy!
Jennifer Seybold, a Get Well card for her thyroid surgery at the VA in Tampa. We hope this latest procedure brings
her better health down the road and continued good reports as she and her doctors stay on top of things. Much love
and many hugs to our favorite female veteran! XO
Ron Authur, a Sympathy card for the loss of his wife, Shirley. She had been battling health issues for a while and her
passing was the end of a valiant fight. Our hearts and prayers go out to the Authur family.
Our sincerest condolences to Barry from Forrest Chapter who lost his wife, Tammy,
unexpectedly the night before the State Meeting. Our hearts and prayers go out to
him as he and his family cope with this tragic loss. Word has it that he is doing as well
as he can as his family has been there for him.
A young musician left his priceless Strativarius violin on a train
in Germany, but it was returned...no strings attached.
Respectfully Submitted by
SUNSHINE REPORT — February
GW Clark and Family, a Sympathy card for the loss of his mother, Anna
Clark Davis. She participated in many of our events such as the Heritage
Run and birthday parties. When Moms leave us, they take a little piece of
us with them. May there be comfort for tears, hugs for the loss, and
memories for the heart. GW was also in the hospital again as they are
having difficulty finding out the exact cause of his issues. Lots and lots of
prayers for our favorite guitar player.
Kenny and Carol Smith, a Sympathy card for the tragic loss of their
youngest son, Jason. He was a biker and spent a lot of time with his girl-
friend Holly at the Chickee. Funeral arrangements will be Friday, March
6th at Fulller's on Pine Ridge from 6pm - 9pm. Please keep Kenny and
Carol in your prayers as they cope with this unexpected loss. Jason was
loved by his family and had many friends who will miss him dearly.
Cathy LeBlanc, A Get Well card as she was recently in the hospital. We
pray for her full and speedy recovery as we also need to congratulate her
on her engagement to a very lucky man named Melvin. Best wishes for
happy healing so you can jump start your next chapter in your well de-
served life of happiness. XO
The letter R is just the letter P showing off a little leg.
Respectfully submitted by:
MARCH 2016 St. Patty’s Day 3/17 Chapter Meeting—March 20th !!!!!!
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
1 2 3 4 5
Nat’l Sneaky Petes
Pig Day Happy Hour 11 Bill’s Café
8 7 Days a Week Biker
6 7 15 9 10
SWAMP Panic Popcorn 12 Saw
BUGGY 14 22 Nat’l Day Lovers Grass Grill
Nat’l Goofoff Day 10% off
13 Potatoe Day GA members
29 16 17 7PM 18 Estero 19
Board Legendary Estero
Sneaky Petes Party
Happy Hour Meeting Legendary
3—7 (See Flyer) Party
20 11:00 21 23 24 25 26 Riner
Chapter Good Event
Friday (See Fly-
27 Easter 28 30 Saw 31
5 Star Chapter Meetings: 5 Star Chapter Meetings: GATOR-
West Coast– 3rd Sunday West Coast—3rd Sunday BATE
Estero River—3rd Sunday
Estero River– 3rd Sunday Southwest—4th Sunday
Southwest- 4th Sunday Peace River—4th Sunday
Peace River- 4th Sunday
APRIL 2016 April Fools!! 4/1
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
GATOR- Saw 1 2
BATE Grass Grill April
10% off Fool’s Bill’s Café
World Librarian GA members 7 Nation- 8 Biker
Party Day al Beer Morning 9-1
Day 6 Day
10 11 12 13 Saw 14 7PM 15 Relay 16
Hurricane 18 19 Board For Life
Cycle - Grass Grill Meeting (See Flyer) Bill’s Café
20 Anniv. 10% off
See Flyer Biker
GA members Morning 9-1
Gator Alley 20 21 22 Nat’l 23
CASINO Jellybean Lover’s
RUN Sneaky Petes Day Day
24 11:00 25 26 3—7 29 Arbor 30
Chapter 7 Days a Week
GATOR BASH PARTY AT
KOA, NAPLES, FL
As Seen in the Naples Daily News - 2/25/16
If you were planning to shoot your gun in your backyard, you might want to hold off be
cause now it's a misdemeanor charge.
A new Florida law signed Wednesday by Gov. Rick Scott makes it illegal to shoot a gun
on your property in a residential area, NBC2 reports.
The law doesn't ban shooting on personal property altogether — just in residential areas.
That's defined as an area with more than one house per acre.
The law does have exceptions, such as if your gun goes off accidentally, that won't be
considered a crime as long as you can prove it was an accident. You are still allowed to
use a gun to protect yourself or property, even if you live in a crowded neighborhood.
The bill (SB 1030) was sponsored by Naples Republican Sen. Garret Richter.
Gov. Scott signed the following eight bills into law on Wednesday:
Identification cards and driver licenses (SB 158) – This bill allows a Floridian with a
lifetime fishing, hunting, or boating license to have a symbol displaying that lifetime sta
tus added to their driver’s license or identification card.
Trade secrets (SB 180) – This bill expands the definition of “trade secret” to include
certain financial information.
Public records and meetings (SB 182) – This bill exempts certain financial infor
mation that is a trade secret from public records requirements.
Mandatory minimum sentences (SB 228) – This bill removes aggravated assault from
the list of offenses included in the “10-20-Life” sentencing law.
Florida Statutes (SB 1030) – This bill adopts the 2016 Florida Statutes and makes
Florida Statutes (SB 1032) – This bill deletes provisions that grant redundant or un
used rulemaking authority in the Florida Statutes.
Florida Statutes (SB 1038) – This bill deletes and repeals provisions in the Florida
Statutes that have expired or become obsolete.
Florida Statutes (SB 1040) – This bill deletes provisions of the Florida Statutes that
have passed their repeal date.
Submitted By: Lynn Corr
LET’S SUPPORT OUR SISTER CHAPTERS !!!
Delegate meeting Feb. 13
Pres.: Mudder resigned his wife had surgery will have a long recovery . he needs to stay home to care for
V.P. no report.
Secretary: Request corrections in Dec. meeting minutes and aproval of minutes . Accepted.
Tres.: State is in need of ways to generate revenue.
Financial report is in packet .
Sgt. at .arms : There is talk about cutting price of tolls for M. C. must go through Sec. of Trans.
State office : All drawing tickets turned in. Drawing at state office March 12 2016 at noon.
Membership: Most percentage growth Nov. 1st. Coast Dec. South West .
Most new members Nov. West Coast Dec. Gulf Coast.
Victor Pirkowski is new safety director.
S.B 332 is in Senate
H.B. 253 passed all committees
State spends $19000 a year on event insurance, chapters cover about half of that they are looking into ways
each chapter can insure themselves.
Bylaw change made at Dec. meeting for membership dues
of $30.00 annually $600.00 for life members was not approved by the chapters so it is null and void.
2 new Bylaws were submitted to be discussed and voted on at the chapter meeting.
We have a 12GA shotgun donated by Steve Knee . Drawing tickets will be sold for this .
Griz is checking on getting a 30-30 for drawing.
October State Meeting and State party is being hosted by the 5 south west chapters . Peace River , Estero ,
South West , West Coast , and Gator Alley at Peace River Campground October 7,8 and 9.
Submitted by Frizz Stevens
Our country needs a great change. We were promised a change back
around 2007-08; that change turned out to be to the detriment of our
country. Since then our constitution has been ignored and our rights as
Americans have continually been trampled on. As we look at the nation
around us we see more murder, killing of our unborn, homosexuality,
immorality, and disregard for our Immigration laws. The change we
need is in each and every one of us; and that is for us to turn to God.
If we personally come to Jesus Christ and repent of our sins, and
allow God's mercy to transform our behavior, and we live a humble life, obedient
to God we can heal our nation.
The Bible tells us in Psalm 33:12, "Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord, the people he chose for
his inheritance". 1."Most of the issues we face as a nation are the results of our own sinfulness; the ef
fects of our choices as individual people to abandon God in our own daily lives. What we need most is
the favor of God, and that comes when a nation chooses the Lord. Our nation needs a large scale conver
sion of sinners, a great transformation of lives toward following the commands of Christ found in the Bi
ble. A radical change in this direction won't happen through human efforts and it won't happen through
angry demonstration." It will happen when people do as commanded in 2 Chronicles 7:14, "Then if my
people who are called by my name will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from
their wicked ways, I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sins and restore their land".
We all know we don't live the life God intended us to live. Jesus came to set an example for us to live our
daily lives, and who can say they follow in his footsteps? No one. Change must begin in each one of us to
turn our nation around and this would spread to our family members, then to all each of them come in
contact with, at work and throughout our towns, and eventually throughout the country. Pray about it!
From CMA publication, "Bikers For Change"
Jerry Mason, Chaplain
Gator Alley ABATE
Gator Bash Party will be
on Saturday, May 7th, at
KOA campground in
ABATE OF FLORIDA, INC.—FREEDOM RIGHTS RALLY/RIDE TO THE CAPITAL IS
CANCELLED FOR THIS YEAR
MONTH EVENT SCHEDULE CHAIRPERSON
February Swamp to the City January 3, 2016 LauraJo Smith
Plan Your Own Run GOT AN IDEA? LET US
Casino Run April 17, 2016 Rambo & Dave Lindsey
Meet at VFW 10AM
May Gator Bash Party at KOA May 7, 2016 Margo Fucco
June Margo Fucco
July Elections June Chapter Meet- Dave Pappas
Preservation Run June or July 2016
October State Leadership Semi- July 2016 All Elected need to be pre-
December Birthday Party September 2016 Margo Fucco
Memorial Run October 2016 TBD
Run and Gobble TBD
Heritage Run November, 2016 TBD
NON-GATOR ALLEY EVENTS 2016
March 5 & 6 Swamp Buggy Rac- Naples, FL SEE LAURA JO FOR
es—Need Volunteers ABATE FLYERS VOLUNTEER INFOR-
SEE FLYERS ON WEB- Ft Myers, FL www.abateflorida.com/
SITE Naples, FL events
April 10 Hurricane Cycle 20th Anniversity Party—
April 15 See Flyer Page 9
Relay for Life
Laura Jo Smith—See Flyer
Hi all! Just so you all know membership is back to the way it was
$20 annually or $150 for a lifetime membership. They will be voting
M on changes at the next state meeting so stay tuned for upcoming
E I Also have the following life cards I'd like to get to these people,
M unfortunately I have to give them directly to them and they cannot
be mailed or given to a friend to get to them. If you are expecting
B one please come to the meeting to pick up or give me a call and I'll
E see if I can't meet up to give it to you.
Elizabeth Appling, Dave Aronberg, Robin Buckley , Jr. , Dale Can
R non, Edie Cannon, Vincent Carriero, Mike Cernek, Jimbo Creber,
Joseph Davidson, Ronald Dixon, Jason Fechner, Marlene Miller
S Foote, Alex Herron, Craig Jobin, Thomas Prive, Rick Sjolander,
and Lori Vitti.
Its still not too late to renew your membership :
I David Jeppe, Ron Arthur, George Lenhard, Raul Flores, Vito Tru
P piano, Laurie Honsworth, Elmer Conover, Ron Jefferson, Tobey
Renewals for March are Tracey Condeluchi, Christine Hughes,
Tammie Place, and Doug White.
Renewals for April Louis Brunson, Ginny Brunson, Barry Ernst,
Deborha Konarsky, Richard Wedge.
Thank you all for your continued support! Trudi Steel
Isnt it appropriate that the month of the tax begins
with April Fools Day and ends with cries of 'May
Whatever it is, it’s better in the wind…………… Pam
December Change in
Null and Void
Until All Chapters Vote
One of Two New Bylaws
(See Feb Minutes and
2003 Road King Firefighter 100th
5,000 original miles. Windshield
Because of low mileage and ex-
cellent condition $11,000 OBO
Call Barb Batchelor 239-340-
9800 to see (Estero)
MEMBERS ADS ARE FREE
Submit to [email protected]
VT 93 1100 C Honda runs
super good. $1200.00.
Please contact Cindy Quinn
or [email protected]
FOR SALE: 2006 HARLEY-DAVIDSON ULTRA CLASSIC, 16,000
MILES, GREAT SHAPE.
ASKING $12,500 . CALL 239-207-4385.
FOR SALE: 2012 Harley-
Davidson Forty-Eight. $9000.
O.B.O. Includes additional 5-
year warranty and roadside
with 100% tire coverage. ONLY
1977 miles, female driven. Call
Jon at 239-287-4714.
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