Can you make a palindrome number?

A palindrome is a word (or number) that reads the same frontward and backward.
Some notable palindromes are:
. "A Santa at NASA"
. "Madam, I'm Adam"
. "Mr. Owl Ate My Metal Worm"

For this number trick, you pick a number, reverse it and add the two numbers together. If the resulting sum is the same as it is when you reverse the digits, then it is a palindrome. If not then repeat the process.
Some numbers to use to see many iterations: 89, 10911, or 9008299. Then try 196.

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