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Flying FAREWELL

RICHARD MANN was born in Marton in the mid-‘50s. Later, the family moved to the big smoke of Wanganui where Richard did an electrical apprenticeship at the Railways. Getting involved with American cars he was nicknamed “Fred”, after Manfred Mann. (a popular band on the radio at the time) And as most nicknames do in NZ, it stuck

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