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bismarck

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About bismarck

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  • Location
    Newport Ohio
  • Full Name
    Kevin Little

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  1. bump.

    Please remove.
  2. WANTED: a bus!

    I have the London bus sealed if your still looking.
  3. Revell '49 Merc

    Pm sent.
  4. Hello from NE Ohio!

    Welcome aboard. Always room for a fellow Buckeye!!
  5. 30 A-Bone

    WOW!!! Now THAT is how a classic A bone should look!! beautiful build sir.
  6. ethical situation

    Yep. Call the police or alert SOMEONE to what's going on. They wouldn't do this if he/ she were of sound mind and body, it's pretty low to take advantage when that person can't prevent it.
  7. 1968 Revell Corvette 2 n 1 kit

    PM sent
  8. Martin Mariner

    Always has been one of my favorites. Good start!!! I love the lines of that aircraft. One of these aircraft disappeared without a trace searching for flight 19 on the same day.
  9. Hobby Heaven??? 🌅

    I think they changed the name to Spotlight Hobbies. FAST shipping, good service, and not a bad selection either. I've purchased several kits there, haven't found anything bad to say.
  10. Looking for a Revell/Monogram 1975 or so short wheel base Chevy van. Open is fine, good rebuilders considered. Let me know what your looking for in trade. Thanks.
  11. It could be the crank position sensor.(?) It's a smallish gadget bolted to the back side of the bell housing on the drivers side. It uses a plug so you'll need a set of pliers to get it apart, and about every drive extension and gooseneck extension you own. It's best to jack up the drivers side front and reach it from underneath. If that sensor goes, it's about like the older Plymouths ballast resistors, when it goes, it kills EVERYTHING. Simple part, simple fix, huge PITA when it goes bad.... The crank sensor used to run about $50 or so. If you have a garage do it, they'll prob tell you they need to pull the tranny. Hope this helps.
  12. A few I've done after a long break

    Sharp looking builds Jim!! Love the '48 Chevy.
  13. Hobbico - BANKRUPT!

    x2!!