Larry Gamble, Bob Burkheimer and Thurman and Robyn Husler pose together for an old-fashioned themed photo.
Larry Gamble, Bob Burkheimer and Thurman and Robyn Husler pose together for an old-fashioned themed photo. Provided by Larry Gamble
Larry Gamble, Bob Burkheimer and Thurman and Robyn Husler pose together for an old-fashioned themed photo. Provided by Larry Gamble

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