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Doug Funicelli’s Dr. Seuss Autococker – Canadian Contingent

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Since we were discussing ABC paintball here is Doug Funicelli’s (I think that was his last name) Dr. Seuss Autococker. Funicelli played with Canadian Contingent, Z-1 Factory team (highlanders?) and other NJ teams.
This is one of the radical guns I got from him along with a Canadian Contingent patch which took me several years to find.
The sides are engraved with his nickname, Dr. Seuss and Canadian Contingent.
The Minimag body with Green Eggs and Ham micro engraved also belonged to Doug.

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