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Andy ”Ynda” DuBuc on the history of the PVI, SP, Cyber 9K and the Shocker

Good video on some history of the various Shocker models from the PVI Shocker to some of the newer models made by Smart Parts.

Video is by Andy ”Ynda” DuBuc of www.zdspb.com (who is very helpful and a great source of reliable information).
Andy also shows his Cyber 9K in the video.

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