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Russell Breeden Phase 3 Minicocker

 

Tina's Russell Breeden Mini Cocker

Here is an awesome early Minicocker that belongs to Tina “GoldenGirl” Ruzzo’s husband, Hollywood.

“Hollywood” Ruzzo started playing in 1992 and purchased this Mini Cocker from Florida airsmith, Russell Breeden around that time. This was Russell’s “Phase 3” version Minicocker for around $1,200.  

Tina's Russell Breeden Mini Cocker right side

And the shirt that Hollywood received with this minicocker from Russell Breeden:
Russell Breeden minicocker shirt

Thanks to Tina for the photos!

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