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El Juan 1994 Mazda Protege Racing Turbo

El Juan testing out his Mazda Protege BPT 1.8 turbo... Just 2 nights B4 this video the car was not running.. thnx to my personal mechanic.. we got it up and ready.. We went to go make money that night....


 


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