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Jerome P.

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About Jerome P.

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  • Birthday 08/01/1991

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  • Scale I Build 1/24 and 1/25

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  • Location East Troy, WI
  • Full Name Jerome Paczkowski

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  1. Jerome P. added a post in a topic What would mean more to you   

    I don't build for recognition. As long as I'm happy with the way it turned out, that's all that matters.
  2. Jerome P. added a post in a topic THE TESLA CHARGE(R) (1968 Dodge Charger by Revell)   

    Very 'shocking' paint job, Cranky. Awesome work.
  3. Jerome P. added a post in a topic THE TESLA CHARGE(R) (1968 Dodge Charger by Revell)   

    Cool. Can't wait to see more. Though, in my personal opinion, since it's inspired by Tesla, it should have a Tesla coil on it somewhere.
  4. Jerome P. added a post in a topic "HOT D%&#" 1950 Chevy 3100 (Finished 10/11/2012)   

    Cranky, your doctorate must be in A.W.E.S.O.M.E.
    Advanced
    Weathering,
    Exceptional
    Styrene
    Ornamentation, and
    Memorable
    Eccentricity

    Really Cool
  5. Jerome P. added a post in a topic Frustration Day   

    I hope I have better luck then you when i venture out this weekend.
    And at least your team will win. Green Bay at Houston? I'm a Packer fan, but man, we just can't catch a break.
  6. Jerome P. added a post in a topic Dayjobs   

    I was a band saw operator at a plant that honed steel tubing for hydraulic cylinders, until i had a "strongly worded" conversation with my supervisor about who was right.
    Currently interviewing with other area companies. Until then, it's odd jobs around the house by day and models by night!