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JTalmage

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About JTalmage

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 04/19/1986

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  • Are You Human?
    yes
  • Scale I Build
    1/24 and 1/25

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  • Location
    Sardinia, Ohio
  • Full Name
    Jesse Talmage

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  1. '71 Cuda Survivor(ish) Resto

    Looks great, but needs the side drip rail chrome.
  2. BMF, before, or after Gloss?

    I handle my builds, and would take them to many shows. And the older ones I did before clear coat would tend to peel back a little.
  3. Man, these look great!! I'd be down for a couple sheets once you get all the possibilities and decals worked out
  4. BMF, before, or after Gloss?

    I always do it before clear coat. Because sometimes it can lose it's adhesiveness, and come off, especially after handling it a few times. So the clearcoat seals it onto the body. Problem solved.
  5. California Custom Vette (Updated Pictures)

    Beautiful build.... question for you though... did you use the front and rear bumper spears? I need them bad!
  6. I'd gladly take one of those as well
  7. I picked up a lonely looking '61 Mercury Monterey 2 door promo cheap. It's in really good shape over all, but the drivers A pillar and windshield are broken and missing. Does anyone have a bare body by chance? I can make the glass for it, or find some in my stash to fix it. But I need to cut a section of A pillar from another car.
  8. Yes there for a while everywhere I went had the yellow. I would check back often and finally saw the orange color make a come back... almost like they mixed a bad batch of it and sent it out the door.
  9. AMT ProShop PrePaint Compatability

    I figure, worst case scenario, if the paint becomes ruined, it will give me an excuse to sand any mold lines or fill any divots on the casting. Then put an even better paint job on it.
  10. 1978 Dodge Monaco Brougham 1/25

    Wow. Astounding work! welcome!
  11. Holy smokes.... I LOVE the ford trucks!!! I LOVE the 65-66 models. It goes sooo well with the bumpsides that are out now. I have a few versions of that kit. But the 65-66 models... I'm gonna need like 4 or 5 of each!!!! I can't wait for those to hit the shelves. I just hope none of them are "model king" exclusives... I hate having to rush to get them before they're gone. Like the '69.... I waited for it, that way once all the trucks were released I could just get them all at once.... nope... bad idea.
  12. AMT ProShop PrePaint Compatability

    I was going to try Tamiya lacquer clear on mine...
  13. AMT ProShop PrePaint Compatability

    I picked up a pro shop edsel and have this exact same question. Definitely following