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About Kennyboy

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  • Birthday 03/18/1972

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    SE Wisconsin
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    Ken Boyer

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  1. DELETE.....found elsewhere

    Still looking
  2. DELETE.....found elsewhere

    Thank you Tom, will do.
  3. Tamiya Porcshe 959 1:24

    I'll be watching this.....I have the 1/16 scale Fujimi enthusiast version sitting in the stash
  4. DELETE.....found elsewhere

    Will post up pics in on the workbench soon Scott.
  5. DELETE.....found elsewhere

    DELETE........found the decals elsewhere
  6. Hey Greg, I could really use a set of the Eleanor wheel centers. PM me and let me know. Thanks

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    2. Kennyboy


      Thank you again Greg.

    3. Kennyboy


      Wheels came yesterday Greg. They are amazing quality! Thanks for the extras too.

    4. Greg Wann

      Greg Wann

      Hi Ken,  Glad you like them, you are welcome.

  7. Great Traders List

    Completed a trade with Scott8950. Scott is a great guy to trade with and sent his side of the trade first being that he was a new guy. Would not hesitate to trade with him again. Stand up guy for sure.
  8. Great Traders List

    Just completed my trade with Rusty92. Great trader, awesome deal, and fast shipping. Would trade with him again anytime
  9. Thanks bud! See ya Saturday
  10. Thanks fellas, got the wheels centers painted silver to dumb down the bling and put my machined washers for rotors with brembo calipers painted gold. Stance will be slightly lower but hey, its sitting on the suspension....finally.
  11. Thank you yet again guys.... The absolutely beautiful Aoshima wheels came today...they are magnificent, the tires that came with them are not. The set of wheels came with stanced out rubberbands that are equal to putting a 205 width tire on a 8.5 inch width rim. Sidewall is around a 20 series height. Fortunately though I had a set of tires in the parts box that will save the day.
  12. Where I am at today....the chassis fitment. I will have to section the interior tub heightwise 3 mm. Should be easy, cut out the floor and sand walls with beltsander and re-attach floor. Pictures show modified exhaust and chassis pan....both were lengthened by 10 mm just like the original body.
  13. Thank you Tom. I appreciate your support, and you are right....almost everything has a use.
  14. Thanks my friend 😎