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John Pol

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About John Pol

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 06/02/1957

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    yes
  • Scale I Build
    1/25th scale

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  • Location
    Guelph, Ontario, Canada
  • Full Name
    John Pol

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  1. decal sheet

    Does anybody happen to have this decals sheet thought I had it but can`t find it and slixxs don`t do this one anymore.
  2. decal sheet

    Does anybody have this decal sheet for this car thought I had them but can`t seem to find them
  3. Has anybody on here use this prodect on there model before? If so was easy to spray threw the airbrush? Any tip s or help would help looking for some 2K clear that I can use threw my airbrush
  4. Bill "Grumpy" Jenkens Vega

    Big Block if you want to see photos of it go on facebook there is group grumpys Toys
  5. Tweezers

    there really good and easy to keep clean also have them now 5 years or more
  6. Shifter Boot

    I use the worms that people use for fishing for my boots for the shifter
  7. so does that work for all water base paints Dave?
  8. I use windshield fluid and future for my mix with cheap craft paint
  9. I`m starting to get that now when I try to comment on someone`s project
  10. Paint rack

    cool I use a old spice rack for my paints
  11. Bantam Fuel Altered - New pics 1-7

    wow your a true craftmans at work
  12. Decal question.

    some people use what ever color the body is going to be and try to match the background to the color around the decal if you know what I mean
  13. Scratchbuilding Slapper Bars

    been using this method since I saw it on straightline thanks Daniel it was real helpful
  14. If you want to put thread on a slick you can use a screen from a window heat it up and roll the tire on it