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Pat Dye and the World’s Greatest Football Machine

In 1989, Pat Dye was the world’s greatest football machine. So at first we thought this was, like, Win a Date With Dye or something. But no, Golden Flake meant the van, which came with captains chairs, a deluxe stereo system, a color TV, and even a VCP (recording videos in vans technology [RVIV] wasn’t developed until ’91).

Related: Pat Dye is stuck on Golden Flake.

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