Guy "Jeep" Kessler, with one of the first "yelpers" he ever made. This is the only one he kept and it is number 28. It is made of mahogany.
Guy "Jeep" Kessler, with one of the first "yelpers" he ever made. This is the only one he kept and it is number 28. It is made of mahogany. Mike Marsh
Guy "Jeep" Kessler, with one of the first "yelpers" he ever made. This is the only one he kept and it is number 28. It is made of mahogany. Mike Marsh

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