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    Arnold Fan(70's) rare pic of him.

    For you Fan,I found some rare pic,want might to check them out.
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    Damn he was 100x bigger back then, I still think he looks better than any of the new-age bodybuilders.

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    Geez, I wish I were as big as any of those dudes.

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    Damn huge Arnie!

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    wow, and no shoes...sweet
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    Quote Originally Posted by AdamGberg
    wow, and no shoes...sweet
    yep

    Ah, old-time Venice Beach

    or modern-day Australia


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