13"W - 8"H - 4"D
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This ( 13"W - 8"H - 4"D ) rock is mounted on a curled up chunk of tree bark to feature some unusual rocks, which are taken from an old catalytic converter.  The first time Rock Hounds see them, they wonder what they are and where they came from, with such symetric honey comb holes.  I have a few Lucky Rocks on each side talking about them and how they pass gas.  I guess I could have called them Fart Rocks, with all the gas they pass. Did you know a Stoichiometric Ratio of 14.7 to 1, Air to Gas is what makes them work?
The signs read:


They Blush Cherry Red and Rumble when ever passing Hot, Stinky, Gas.

Rock Hounds Question Where These Unusual Rocks Can Be Found.

These rocks must be what are considered precious stones or rocks.
They are coated with two precious metals, Platinum and Rhodium.
Some times called Converter Rocks. Catalytic Converters!
They pass gas creating Automobile Farts, that claim to clear the air.

A close up look at the Catalytic Rocks
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Don McClellan, Owner
N8091 Maplewood Rd.
Wittenberg, Wisconsin 54499
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