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bismarck

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    Newport Ohio
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    Kevin Little

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  1. 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.
  2. A few I've done after a long break

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

    x2!!
  4. Ford L9000

    Good lookin rig Brian.
  5. How have you been Kevin?

    1. bismarck

      bismarck

      Working WAY too many hours to make ends meet, as usual. Lol. Been trying to get a small hobby corner set up in the spare room, but it takes time and money, neither of which I have much of, but I'll get there eventually. What have ย you been into man?

  6. Possible Trade Gone Bad?

    I must have got my trade from him earlier on. I traded him an older issue Porsche drop top for the built up '66 Malibu builtup he had listed before he parted it out. That trade went smooth, but like I said, that was earlier on. I didn't have any problems getting the trade. It made it here in about 4 days. I guess I dodged a bullet. (?)
  7. Great Traders List

    Same here Troy!! Loved the '32. I'd like to give a shout out to Stockboresme for a great trade as well. Both great guys to trade with!! EDIT: StockBoresMe has stung some of the member on this board and some of my friends too, so until he proves himself otherwise, trade with him AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!
  8. Traded

    Is the rear bumper/ taillight panel still with the kit?
  9. Another 71 Mach1 in the works

    I just bought this kit. I hope it turns out looking as good as this one. Sharp build!!
  10. What Irked You Today?

    There was a video posted some time back of a weather reporter getting CLOCKED by a flying road sign in mid broadcast. I think it was some time during last years storm season.
  11. AMT Ford Courier Pickup. Any good?

    I grew up in the early/mid '80's being schlepped around in a Mazda V2000 Sundowner, which is basically the same truck. It had a 4 cylinder 5 speed, manual everything, but that truck was almost bullet proof. Dad always took good care of it, and had it without any major problems for 17 years.
  12. Lot that needs to go!

    Lol!!! Yeah, my spidey senses are tingling too.
  13. Nonsense.

    ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜ Not enough O's in SMOOOOOOTH. Love it.
  14. Testers Model Master Intermediate Blue would tie the colors together pretty well. It's a military color used on early/ mid war U.S. navy aircraft. It's a blue-ish gray color, and it's a semi gloss so it can be toned down to not look too shiny. Great start to a good kit. ๐Ÿ˜Ž
  15. Cars for Planes (REVISED)

    P/M sent