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October 10, 1989 | CHARLES HILLINGER, Times Staff Writer
It looks like a Ferris wheel without seats. It's Charlie Spurlock's "perpetual motion wheel," a towering landmark in this small San Joaquin Valley farm center. Spurlock, 75, has worked on and off for 37 years in his spare time trying to get the wheel to spin without stopping. "It's all a matter of getting it perfectly counterbalanced. I think I've been close, but close doesn't count," sighed Spurlock as he turned the wheel.
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October 10, 1989 | CHARLES HILLINGER, Times Staff Writer
It looks like a Ferris wheel without seats. It's Charlie Spurlock's "perpetual motion wheel," a towering landmark in this small San Joaquin Valley farm center. Spurlock, 75, has worked on and off for 37 years in his spare time trying to get the wheel to spin without stopping. "It's all a matter of getting it perfectly counterbalanced. I think I've been close, but close doesn't count," sighed Spurlock as he turned the wheel.
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