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JerseeJerry55

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    New Jersey
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    Jerry Fowler

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  1. 1/25 AMT GMC Astro 95 Semi Tractor Cab

    This is great news. I'm gonna be a happy boy. I read on one of the online hobby shops it has a release date of April 2019. Is this more or less an accurate time frame. I love that truck.
  2. Freightliner Conventional Aerodyne

    Very nice job. Clean as a whistle.
  3. Mack DM800

    Look's very nice Ken. I am not accustomed to you not having your traditional metalized type colors. Great job. I just got the DM600 as a gift and am probably painting it with a yellow cab, and either a dark green, dark blue, or semi gloss black frame and associated frame parts. Will get the MPC/AMT Tri axle dump trailer. Although not sure how the Gray/Blue Thunder Sand and Gravel decals will look on it.
  4. Mack DM600

    Pierre that is really quite a nice build. I picked that one up as one of my Christmas gifts for under the tree. Going to paint her Model Master Daytona Yellow with either a semi gloss Black, or a dark Green frame, axles, tanks, wheels, etc. The MPC Tri Axle dump trailer will be used. Just a quick question if I may. What possible issues may arise during the build? I have heard the hood sometimes is difficult to align with the cab. Thanks again for sharing the truck.
  5. Finished at last! (almost)

    Pretty sweet job Geoffrey. Quite nice all around.
  6. Calling her done

    Thanks Geoffrey. It was picked out by my Son.
  7. Calling her done

    Rick thanks. My best model I ever built.
  8. Post your "Snap" kits.

    My Peterbilt 359. Done. The only issue is that the right rear set of drive wheels/tires is off the ground by about 1/8th of an inch or so. Need to fix that then she will be good.
  9. Calling her done

    Thanks Tom. The only negative is that the furthest rear drive wheels on the right side are slightly off the ground while all other tires set flat. I can overlook it or work on it to get them even. Will ponder this and decide.
  10. My 1970's White Freightliner SD Day Hauler is almost finished. A few more things to do and she will be completed. The truck has been weathered with a few more spots to attend to. I like the way she has built up thus far.
  11. Calling her done

    Jim thanks. I finally got one that I am happy with. Freightliner SD should be completed next week. I'll post that when she's finished.
  12. Calling her done

    Thanks Richard. They may not be as involved as some others, but they build up relatively easily. Freightliner SD currently is my next one up. I will post her when she's done.
  13. Calling her done

    I'm calling her done. My Revell Peterbilt 359 "Snap" kit. Everything is box stock except the visor which is from the Revell Germany 359 kit. The paint is Testors De Ja Blue lacquer, with Krylon Aluminum used for the visor. The interior was painted using craft acrylics. My son picked out both the color and the kit. Decals are a combination of AMT, and Revell. This was drama free fun, fun build.
  14. Truck accident last night in Arizona

    WOW man that's terrible. Glad he is okay.
  15. Just got this last night

    Only 3 things left to do (turn signals, rear lights, license plates) and she's finished. I have to say for such a simplistic kit vs. AMT, ERTL, Italieri, etc. it was a lot of fun to build. I will get more of these Revell Snap kits over time.