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Owner: Doctor DeBo
Year: 1992
Model: Mustang LX
Mods: Heavy
State: GA
Type: Nice Weather
ET Range: Unknown
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Jennifer Ulmer's 2001 Mustang LX
Please meet Jennifer Ulmer, our very own Miss GurleyStang. Although the name is cute, don't let it fool you, for her car is far from girley. In fact, this Orangeburg, South Carolina native turns heads daily in this tricked out steed." Ever since I was a little girl I have loved Mustangs.  I don't really know what started it all but I'm guessing that I just knew how beautiful they were at an early age.  Mustangs were all I talked about and all that I wanted." ...
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[03/06/2002] NMRA Announces Grebeck/Rimmer Trust Fund

The NMRA has announced the creation of the Grebeck/Rimmer NMRA Trust, to help assist the Grebeck family and Bill Rimmer in light of the recent tragic activities.

On behalf of the Grebeck family and Bill Rimmer''s racing team, the NMRA has created a way for everyone to help out and assist in these so trying times.

If you are interested in making a contribution to the Grebeck/Rimmer NMRA trust, please visit and choose
from the available options. All donations include a Grebeck Memorial Sticker, which will be worn by the Pro 5.0 drivers in NMRA competition all season long.

All revenues will be going equally to a Grebeck trust fund that is being set up for the family, and with the other half going to a benefit set up by NMRA to help racer Mr. Bill Rimmer help rebuild
his racing efforts.

Please distribute this e-mail as far and as wide as you can in cyberspace. Let''s do our part to show the family of Steve Grebeck and Bill Rimmer how much we care. The goal of the trust is to raise $20,000 to help out, so please contribute as much as you
can help.

NMRA Director James Lawrence, Race Pages Staff Editor Mike Gamili, and NMRA SSO Champion Dan Millen have started with a contribution of $100 each toward the goal of $20,000. With everyone''s help, we can do it. -- NMRA Staff


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