By on August 1, 2013

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Collectors love objects with a link to the darker parts of human history. Whether it is a page of Hitler’s stationary or one of John Wayne Gacy’s clown paintings, if something has a macabre connection, some people simply must have it. If you are one of those people, now is your chance to combine your car hobby with that “other” thing you do by purchasing one of the automotive industry’s most infamous products.

A Texas car dealer is claiming to have the first production Pontiac Aztek (VIN number 3G7DA03E41S500001) for sale on their lot. The vehicle in question is black, with a black and gray cloth interior and the dealer’s website lists the vehicle as having just 7,743 miles. Based on the photos, it looks to be in very nice condition and comes with plenty of original documentation, including paperwork from Barrett Jackson, to help substantiate the claim. The asking price is a reasonable (?) $16,999.

So, if you want to tell the world that you aren’t afraid of odd looks and disapproving glares, but aren’t into facial piercings, here’s your chance.

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80 Comments on “Up For Sale: The First Production Aztek...”


  • avatar
    TorontoSkeptic

    Hasn’t the Aztek progressed to ugly-hip/dorky-chic cachet after being Walter White’s ride of choice in “Breaking Bad”? At least until he got his Continental in the last season.

    • 0 avatar

      Isn’t Breaking Bad on “premium cable?” Never seen it.

      • 0 avatar

        You ain’t missing much IMHO.

        • 0 avatar
          daviel

          Breaking Bad is up there with the Sopranos, Boardwalk Empire and Deadwood. If that Aztek is good enough for Heisenberg it’s good enough for me!

          • 0 avatar

            As a wise man once said, and I quote, “YMMV”.

            :)

          • 0 avatar
            LeeK

            A recent Writer’s Guild list of the all-time best written TV shows ever made puts The Sopranos at number 1, Mad Men at number 7, and Breaking Bad at number 13. For those of you that haven’t noticed, TV drama is changing fundamentally. The “everything tied up with a neat bow in one hour” format is evolving to a “what’s going to happen next” narrative flow. This is why you are seeing some of the best dramatic writing being done for cable-only TV channels because the traditional channels cannot afford to make the investment of a show that has to be watched in totality from start to finish in order to understand what is occurring. Netflix has captured this trend and invested heavily in carrying these types of shows for the sake of their customer base. Watching all four seasons of Breaking Bad can be done over a few weeks at the convenience of the Netflix customer, without commercial interruption. The biggest complaint heard is, “When are they going to carry Season 5?”

            Whether you care for the subject matter of Breaking Bad or not, no one can deny that the show is exceptionally well written and brilliantly acted. And to bring in the car theme appropriate for this site, the vehicles they select, from Marie’s New Beetle to Walter Jr.’s PT Cruiser to Walter Sr.’s Aztek and then 300C, and finally to Mike’s GM 90s beaters shows a lot of creative and careful thought about the characters.

      • 0 avatar
        ash78

        It’s on Netflix, too. First season is sort of marginal, but once it picks up, IMHO it’s one of the best dramatic series I’ve ever seen. Very addictive. I sort of regret wasting all that time watching Walking Dead now :D

        • 0 avatar
          28-Cars-Later

          I agree with your assessment, on BB. I would say the same of Walking Dead. Season 1 meh, Season 2 got good, Season 3 somewhere in between.

          • 0 avatar

            I tried watching Walking Dead, I love that post apocolyptic stuff, but in the first episode right at the beginning when he shot the little girl I turned that shit off and never went back to it.

          • 0 avatar
            28-Cars-Later

            I too didn’t care for that, but aside from shock value it sets the tone for the world they live in, and I would argue the tone for the first season. Season II is actually filled with excellent character arcs, acting, and juxtaposes humanity with chaos (somewhat in a vein similar to what Roddenberry did with 60s Star Trek)

          • 0 avatar

            I wonder how much value shock has. In “Breaking Bad”, I had watched an episode or two, with mild interest, then there was that bathtub scene. Never bothered to watch another second of the show after that.

          • 0 avatar
            Boxer2500

            If you stopped that early into the run you are truly missing out. I can’t remember another show that improved so continuously throughout its run with each season being better than what came before, even though Season 1 was enough to hook me. Saying that the show’s popularity is due to shock value is incredibly demeaning to some of the finest actors and writers to ever work in television. It really isn’t a show that you can vaguely half-watch while surfing the net or cleaning the living room. The little nuances in Bryan Cranston’s performance make the show what it is.

            If you are at all interested in high quality TV drama you owe it to yourself to give it another go and at least get into the second season where it really takes off. The bathtub scene is probably the high/low-point of the entire run as far as over-the-top gore goes.

            The Walking Dead, OTOH, is a poster child for over-the-top violence as a crutch for bad writing and acting. It doesn’t deserve to share a network with Breaking Bad.

          • 0 avatar

            Hey Boxer!

            Thanks for the assessment. I was watching the show because of the hoopla, but that scene completely turned me off. However, I do agree the actors were doing a fine job and it was interesting. Like I said though, the bathtub scene turned me off completely, the world is ugly enough outside that I don’t want to bring that stuff into my house. But due to yours and others’ opinions, I’ll give the re-runs a second look.

            The Walking Dead is simply not for me. I watched 15 minutes or so and decided it was just too bad, in terms of acting and story to waste my time on it.

          • 0 avatar
            Boxer2500

            Reading my last post, it came out more fanboy-ish than I intended but I do absolutely love the show. Violence is certainly a big component of Breaking Bad, as one would expect from a story featuring the comings and goings of drug cartels. I encourage anyone and everyone to at least get into the second season before giving up, but if you don’t have a high tolerance for televised violence the show might not be for you.

          • 0 avatar

            What’s the big deal if you seem fan boyish? Everyone should be so enthusiastic about the things they enjoy. Just get me going about Star Trek sometime…

          • 0 avatar

            +1 Thomas.

            BTW Boxer, I didn’t really read it like that. I read it as an honest assessment that pointed out to me that I could be missing something fun just because of one scene. For that I can only thank you.

        • 0 avatar
          CoreyDL

          I tried to watch the first episode, and was so bored I fell asleep!

          • 0 avatar
            28-Cars-Later

            Breaking Bad is a slow cooker Season I. But what I can say is I felt it was very realistic. Imagine a gifted teacher you knew in life and then imagine them venturing into a ruthless underworld. You don’t become Tony Montana overnight IRL…

        • 0 avatar
          CoreyDL

          It wasn’t a little girl any more Tom it was a walker! There’s none of the original person left in there, as they’ve proved through later episodes.

          • 0 avatar
            mnm4ever

            +1 — thats the entire point: how they have to do terrible things to survive in that world, and as you see as seasons progress, how those terrible things change you and what the cost is for staying alive in such a world.

        • 0 avatar
          APaGttH

          Agree on Walking Dead. The first episode had so many plot holes you could drive an Excursion through it.

        • 0 avatar
          brettc

          I started watching it in the past few weeks and just finished up with the newest episode. I actually looked at Azteks on Craigslist after I got into it. Too bad it didn’t actually come in Fern green. What a great show. Can’t wait for the final 8 episodes. It’s 1000 times better than most of the crap on TV.

        • 0 avatar
          kjb911

          it’s crazy how much thought they put into a character’s car nowadays IMHO. Mad Men was hilarious near the end of this season when Pete accidentally popped the clutch and sent a camaro z28 into a floor stand basically killing his ties to the contract. Will be interesting if they keep the GM drama with the up coming season and how it ties into the series finale which I am not looking forward too. to get back on topic one of my favorite t-shirts at the moment says: My other car is a _____ followed by a montage of classic vehicles ranging from a delorean, to a bricklin sv1, the millennium falcon, etc…oddly enough everyone picks out the Pontiac Aztek that is near the middle. Another great show to get in to is Netflix’s House of Cards with Kevin Spacey and also if you don’t want to get political there’s Orange is the New Black which features Donna from that 70′s show

      • 0 avatar
        crm114

        It’s on basic, on AMC. Best show on TV.

    • 0 avatar
      LeeK

      Walter sold the Aztek and bought a black 300C (I think it’s the SRT version) prior to the flash-forward of him buying an M60 machine gun delivered in the trunk of the Continental for what appears to be a very violent ending of the series. The last eight episodes will begin broadcasting on August 11.

    • 0 avatar
      28-Cars-Later

      Wishful thinking, he’s driving a Chrysler 300 variant in the final season, not a Continental.

      With regard to the machine gun scene, I’m pretty sure that was a Cadillac but I’m prepared to be wrong.

      • 0 avatar
        TorontoSkeptic

        Ha ha “the —— up thing is it do look like a phantom… until a phantom roll up”! My mistake. I remember thinking it was a Bentley and then thinking “would there really be a Bentley dealership in Albuquerque”?

    • 0 avatar
      segfault

      The fact that he had one spare tire with a steel wheel on it for several years activated my OCD.

  • avatar
    Land Ark

    The eBay auction has been bid up to over $14,000 as of right now with 4 days to go. I think someone’s going to pay more than asking by the time it’s done.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/01-first-production-aztec-crossover-produced-by-pontiac-/360707621290?forcev4exp=true

  • avatar
    danio3834

    No thanks. I had a GM minivan from the same era, so I’ve already experienced all I need to.

  • avatar
    segfault

    This one doesn’t appear to have the accessory tent which attached to the liftgate (Aztent?).

  • avatar
    Bunter1

    I always felt that offering a mini-van with limited space for people and cargo was one of the General’s true “genius” marketing moves.
    The styling was just icing…

    Talley Ho,

    Bunter

  • avatar
    CoreyDL

    They used those mock-Saab aero wheels on to many Pontiacs at that time. Also, LOL at $17K.

  • avatar
    seabrjim

    Wow, I have Howard Unruh’s military issued Bible and a had written dissertation of Song Of Solomon, plucked from his dumpster the day after the mass murder. Maybe I could trade my dark piece of history for the Aztek.

  • avatar
    Zackman

    Count me among the apparent minority who likes the Aztek. I’m not ashamed to say that, either.

    Wifey and I looked somewhat seriously at an Aztek in 2001 when they first came out. It was bright yellow and we thought it very interesting, but at the time, our cars were fine and I saw no need to get rid of one.

    A year later, we bought a 2002 CR-V and never looked back. I didn’t want the Honda, but Wifey did because guys at her place of work had them and that planted an expensive seed!

    There’s a bright red Aztek around the corner from me, and they keep it in very nice shape.

    Yes, I like the Aztek because it’s different. Along with the Buick Rendezvous, even though they’re both a minivan underneath, I liked them.

    • 0 avatar
      TorontoSkeptic

      I see a Nissan Cube in your future… :)

    • 0 avatar

      Mom and Dad have an ’04 Rendezvous… it’s ok. Drives just like a minivan, more scary in the curves than my ’95 Explorer, slow, the 4 speed automatic has huge holes where the 180hp 3.4 V6 struggles against the 4100 pound curb weight, and add in people and luggage, its screaming up on the upper registers to climb grades, and its not the muted roar of my equally slow and lethargic Explorer, but more of a shriek.

      I’d rather listen to the GM 60 degree V6 at full chat than the Cologne V6 in the Explorer though, which gets a bit agricultural towards the 5 mark on the tach.

      I’d still take the Buick over the Poncho, but only if I can anything but the 3.4, or replace the 3400 with a 3800 and a 6 speed automatic.

      It will readily spin the front tires to oblivion at will from a stoplight, and be completely useless in the snow/ice we get in DFW.

  • avatar
    FAHRVERGNUGEN

    @ss Tech. Should have come with a TP dispenser. ‘Nuff said.

  • avatar
    jacob_coulter

    I definitely think the Aztek has gone from being a joke to having a sort of hip cachet. “Breaking Bad” probably had a little something to do with that. But you’ve seen the same thing with models like the Gremlin or Pinto. You’d probably get all sorts of thumbs up driving one of those today.

    I never thought the Azteks were nearly as bad looking as everyone else did. I always thought the gnashing of teeth over the model seemed over the top. I would have driven one in a heartbeat over a similar era GM minivan.

  • avatar
    SavageATL

    Grrr. Stationary is what the junkyard finds are. Stationery is what Bertel writes angry screeds on.

  • avatar
    PrincipalDan

    My grandmother has one, from the end of production. It has been fairly reliable except a few issues caused by the abuse of my unemployed ex-con cousin who borrowed it for a few weeks. She not so politely asked him to return it or be hunted down by her 80 year old walker using self.

    The only problem I have with it is that her color combo is dull as dishwater. Grey exterior/grey leather interior… meh I would have rather had the yellow/red/orange/or forest green they painted some of them.

    Her’s is loaded except no versatrac and none of the dealer accessories like the tent.

  • avatar
    zenofchaos

    As a diehard Pontiac fan (I have owned 2 Fiero’s, 2 TransAm’s, a Firebird, a Catalina, and have a 1′ tall Pontiac arrowhead tattooed to my gas pedal leg) I am completely underwhelmed by this. Now if it was the first production 20th anniversary turbo TA that rolled off the line, that would be a different story…

    • 0 avatar
      28-Cars-Later

      What are you driving now?

      • 0 avatar
        zenofchaos

        Just my ’03 4Runner at the moment. Had to ditch my 85 Fiero about 8 months ago due to a failing transaxle, blown clutch master cylinder, and a bent clutch pedal. I recently purchased a home, so I didn’t have any $ to throw at it.

        My dream would be one day to take a 3rd gen Trans-Am and shoehorn in an old (mildly reworked) Poncho 400. I have a full set of 1977 Trans-Am decals that would look awesome on a 3rd gen. I know it would be quite an undertaking, but that’s why it’s a dream, right?

  • avatar
    JoelW

    I actually owned an Aztec from 2001 to 2009. Not a bad experience but there were some irritations. I had to have the A/C condenser replaced 3 times… apparently some design issue where something rubs somewhere and causes the problem (sorry I don’t remember the exact specifics). I never paid a penny… the first two were covered under warranty and the last one was covered under my GMPP.

    I believe the whole “Pontiac Aztek is ugliest vehicle of all time” is just a meme that people were willing to buy into like so many sheep following one another off the end of a cliff. I won’t defend the Aztek as being a great looking vehicle… but there is far worse out there… in my opinion.

    And that’s what has to be kept in mind… largely, opinions about automotive design are just that… opinions. And mostly subjective at that :)

    • 0 avatar
      28-Cars-Later

      +1

    • 0 avatar
      LeeK

      That plastic cladding seen in the first year of the Atzek did it no favors in the looks department. Later years sans the cladding did move the whole design towards a blander and less offensive level. I will agree that later shocking designs like the Nissan Juke and some of the Infiniti designs have diminished the initial revulsion to the Aztek. The vent line containing the turn signals above the regular double kidney grill opening is the worst element of the design in my opinion, and the rectangular wheel openings don’t help either. Still, the idea of a utility vehicle that wasn’t a truck was actually a bit ahead of its time.

  • avatar
    krhodes1

    The sad thing is the Aztek doesn’t even look weird to me anymore. Just another goofy looking CUV-thing. Loads more attractive than a Juke.

    Back in the day I had the Buick version for a two-week work slog from Wisconsin to Montana doing computer system upgrades all along the way. It was perfectly adequate in an utterly boring way.

    • 0 avatar

      Yep, you summed the Rendezvous up perfectly. It’s decent, just boring.

    • 0 avatar
      Piston Slap Yo Mama

      That sums it up- many forward thinking designs were derided early on for being different. Years later, in retrospect they’re ordinary. My 1st gen Insight looked like a green space pod in a sea of SUV’s back in the early 00′s. Now that the market for fast, small cars has exploded it almost looks mundane.
      The Aztek however still looks like a committee designed it. Just less so.

      • 0 avatar
        Lie2me

        A committee *did* design it, a committee of GM bean counters. This was no forward thinking design, this was parts bin pot luck. It was based on a concept car that was well received on the auto show circuit, but when they decided to go forward with it the “committee” said sure, as long as you use the Montana platform and all this other stuff we’ve got lying around. Enter Aztek

  • avatar
    walleyeman57

    I have a good friend/mechanic who bought an Aztek for himself recently. His wife drove it and loved it. He purchased another for himself and passed the first on. Shortly after this he found a 300K mile one with a blown engine. He purchased this one for some spares for a couple hundred bucks. Then he found one that had only 30K but had rear ended someone and had significant front end damage-he bought it.

    Now there are 4 of these things (all different colors) clogging up his suburban drive/garage. I told him I thought they were multiplying in the night whilst he slept.

    Now another friend has purchased one too. I assume to get in on the free parts-I guess. When I visited recently there were 5 in and around the property.

    I drove the darn thing and I don’t get it. While physically smaller than our Sienna, it is also slower and handles no better. He seems to think these things are great economical transportation.

    I have forwarded him the link to this story as I am sure he would find it amusing. I think he has been paying about $3K for the running ones with 100K miles .

  • avatar
    mnm4ever

    Someone who lives nearby has a later year post-facelifted Aztek without so much of the cladding and with the larger factory alloys, in yellow, and its honestly not a bad looking car. Kind of cool for a “family” vehicle.

  • avatar
    Lt.BrunoStachel

    Welcome to 2013!

    Hey T.K. This particular Aztek has been on autotrader.com and cars.com since 2011.Maybe earlier as it was the first time I noticed it.

    If you’d bother to do a search you would have found almost all of the former GM Heritage collection has been listed on those two sites since they were auctioned off in 2009. Just pull the VINs off the B-J catalog, assuming it is still on line somewhere.

  • avatar
    SaulTigh

    You know, I hated all over the Aztek when it first came out, and the ones I see now all look like they’ve been through some sort of meth related street war, but the above example doesn’t look half bad compared to a lot of the rolling crap that’s out there now. Just try to picture it without the plastic cladding, and you can see where they were on to something…maybe.

  • avatar
    kuponoodles

    Hmm… by the VIN decoding websites, I guess My cousin is selling the 131st 2001 Aztec with just under 50k miles if anyone’s interested and within decent range of the NYC area (last 6 digits of the VIN 500131)
    It’s a FWD, GT, Maroon with the nasty cloth interior, no tent either but the center armrest cooler is in good shape. He’s asking for $5G’s

    Anyways, as a Fan of the Walking Dead Comics, The AMC show is good, but it was deviated very much so, and they’re dragging out the story line to milk as much sponsorship and $$ as possible. Mr. Kreutzer, the comic book is much, much more violent and disturbing.
    And for pete’s sake, would they stop with the Hyundai’s on the show??!!

    As for Breaking Bad, either you like it or you don’t, just like Weeds and True Blood and The Big Bang Theory (which I personally think is the worst thing ever.).
    To each their own.
    That being said, Bryan Cranston is a bad-ass actor. Think about the Dad from Malcom in the Middle to.. Walter White/Heisenberg. Now, think about it again.

    Also. The Aztek showed up on Dark Angel First, and was “Dadded” by American Dad.

    • 0 avatar
      28-Cars-Later

      I second the call on Hyundais in Walking Dead, if they must appear at least use a realistic model. Nobody is driving around in a sissy green FWD only CUV long into the zombie apocalypse.

      Cranston was also a bit player on Seinfeld before or during MITM.

      • 0 avatar
        kuponoodles

        I don’t think this is on the show… but Someone from Hyundai, slept with the right Person from AMC, or whatever… but
        This Atrocity happened.

        http://www.geekexchange.com/sdcc-2013-the-walking-dead-veloster-zombie-survival-machine-is-revealed-71869.html

      • 0 avatar
        CoreyDL

        I MUST RANT NOW

        As I recall, toward the end of the most recent season, when they are driving in the grass along the highway (in their 2012 Tucson, world ended in 2010), and stop to look at something (after driving around a wreck in the road) – and get stuck.

        I saw it coming, as clearly the grass was mushy from a quick glance. They didn’t have a REASON to need to stop in the grass (other than their curiosity at a wrecked car), and their damn Tucson is 2WD. So stuck they become, and of course zombies run right over.

        It’s very unrealistic when, after a world-end-no-law event, you’re going to choose a tiny 2WD CUV for your travels. Travels which are invariably tough and fraught with adversity and danger. There are literally millions of cars parked all over the country (and in new car lots) more suited to your purpose. Say anything made by GMC since 2000. I’d have a Denali probably, but that’s just me.

        Anyway, this has always driven me crazy. Even when they had the “convoy” of cars, they had a 30 year old RV, a crap circa 85 Suburban, a motorcycle, an ancient farm pickup truck, and later a RAM truck (de-badged). There needs to be more thought put into the car choices on this show.

        • 0 avatar
          mnm4ever

          @CoreyDL — I have exactly the same problem with the show!! Here we are watching a show about zombies and the end of civilization as we know it, and the most unrealistic part of it to me is that the survivors wouldn’t have just gotten themselves some brand new bad-a$$ urban assault vehicles, a few brand spankin’ new $250k RVs to live in, and probably a couple tanker trucks for fuel too.

          And why wouldn’t they have found a nicer fenced in place to hole up besides a prison? I can walk to 2 or 3 different “compounds” with enough security in place to keep out zombies that are nicer and much smaller than a prison, easier to guard and keep up, and still have plenty of space to bring in a few of those brand new RVs I mentioned to make a nice little community. I am sure it wouldn’t be too hard to hook up and tow in a couple full sized mobile homes too. Or heck, just find a mobile home dealership with a fence around it and move in, how hard can that be in rural Georgia??

          • 0 avatar
            CoreyDL

            I’ve often thought they should just go find some wealthy person’s estate/compound with high walls already in place, and move right in to the luxury house which is no doubt on the property. It’d be easier to maintain like you said, and more user-friendly than some huge prison *which has a giant hole in the back for zombies to constantly enter*.

            But no, we spend a season and a half in a prison – most likely because it’s cheaper for filming. The show is milking things out way too long, as someone else mentioned. Many of the episodes, the only action which took place was a few conversations.

          • 0 avatar
            mnm4ever

            Yea true, I guess that would a lot nicer than a mobile home compound and I am fairly sure there would be plenty of places like that around Atlanta. I guess there wouldn’t be much drama then though LOL

            I like the show, just has a lot of gaping plot points. I think Revolution had a much better concept of what would happen to the world in a Armageddon situation.

  • avatar
    Kyree S. Williams

    Kill it before it lays eggs!

    Wait…too late…

  • avatar
    APaGttH

    Never a fan of the exterior – A LOT of good ideas in te interior. Look past the Playskool design and it was well laid out.

  • avatar
    Summicron

    Solid, reliable hauling-boxes for people who didn’t care about or couldn’t afford anything “better”, whatever that may have been.

    My son’s family had three, never a major problem with them and his attitude toward maintenance could wreck a Model T.

    I rank vehicles on their Appliance Worthiness score, expressed in Fridges (0-5); Azteks get a solid 4 Fridges, maybe 4.5

  • avatar
    rickentropic

    Thanks but I’m waiting for 1st Yugo…

  • avatar
    geozinger

    FWIW, I’m on my third one. I took a seven year break from Aztek owning, but my wife convinced me (for the second time) we could use one. This time around I got the 04 Rally 1SC with all of the toys. Except the rear air suspension and Versatrak. It was a CL find, and a weird set of options on the car.

    We had a 2001 1SC (= loaded w/options) and a 2004 Rally 1SB (= a little less loaded). The 01 was a good car, with a few minor issues. The 04 was one of my Pontiacs from Hell and drove me into the ever loving arms of an Opel Signum. No wait, that was a Malibu Maxx…

    I was a little hesitant on this Rally, but now 2 months in and no odd behaviors. I’m enjoying again many of the things I liked about the cars originally (nice size, good maneuverability, handy options). My old friends chuckle about us getting another one, and other folks are amazed at all of the stuff the cars come with.

  • avatar
    Andy D

    Meh
    Aztec Meh
    Breaking Bad as entertainment? No redeeming social value . Meth is a national scourge. I no longer regard depravity and violence as entertainment.
    Must be getting old, I guess

    • 0 avatar
      DenverMike

      The violence and depravity doesn’t add to or take away from Breaking Bad and the Sopranos. But they’re a necessary ingredient in telling those (fictional) stories, if they’re true to life. At least as far as we know. And it’s not violence for the sake of violence. That’s where these and other similar series’ stand out from the predictable (and boring) crime dramas we’re used to. And who’s to say these series’ aren’t more factual than fictional?

      “Weeds” lacks the violence and depravity, but it’s more of a comedy.

  • avatar
    gmrn

    I pointed this exact vehicle out last year when I found it on Pittsburgh CL. Same dealer too I think. I presume they were just spamming all the bigger cities. The CL link in the below article is obviously expired, but it was the same Aztec.

    http://www.thetruthaboutcars.com/2012/05/canadia-car-thieves-heart-japanese-sometimes-they-make-an-exception/


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