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      Board Status   07/20/2018

      Maintenance completed, but there is still more come.


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About James2

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  1. '56 Chevy

    That's what I thought as well. The previous pic show s it well. Very well done, love me a 56...
  2. 1970 Chevelle 2nd Time Around

    I know exactly what you mean, non-toy like. Looks great. Have you ever not used the dehydrator?
  3. Ron Fellows Mosport white C6R

    Coming along nicely, I really admire your attention to detail. I once said if you treat each component of a kit like a model in itself, the outcome will be stunning. Yours is...
  4. 64 GS Corvette (Priming/Sanding)

    Got about half block sanded yesterday. I have found as my eyes grow dim with age this method really helps me see things that need attention better.
  5. 64 GS Corvette (Priming/Sanding)

    Miner little set back, I had forgotten the scoops on top of the quarter panels. I believe these were for brake cooling. I did contour then to fit the shape of the fender better and then wet sanding. I'll be priming and sanding one more time after this.
  6. 64 GS Corvette (Priming/Sanding)

    I will most likely seek some help from "Model Car World" paint. They are owned by Wings Wheels and Waves now and are not that far from me.
  7. 64 GS Corvette (Priming/Sanding)

    This is awsome, to see Penske chase down and pass the Ferrari is something!
  8. 64 GS Corvette (Priming/Sanding)

    Yes, here he is leading the cobras.
  9. 64 GS Corvette (Priming/Sanding)

    After some tense moments with PE pieces the body is just about ready for primer. From what I can tell the holes on the right side fender (Jacks?) are not needed for the AJ Foyt car. But the small door on the left front fender is.
  10. What Pleased You Today!

    I think it is a 6,000lbs boom with about a 150’ reach. Used mustly for trusses. The company was hired to do the job for by crew.
  11. What Pleased You Today!

    Without saying to much (OSHA), the ground was not stable.
  12. What Pleased You Today!

    Had a little incident this week on my job-site. Very thankful a few broken bones and some stitches were all that was needed to patch my men up. This could of been a WHOLE lot worse...
  13. 1/43 1967 corvette monogram kit build

    I've been stalking eBay ever since seeing this...