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Bullitt 3309

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About Bullitt 3309

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    MCM Member

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

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  • Location
    San Antonio Texas
  • Full Name
    Joseph Lance Walker
  1. Jet Powered Train / Dragster : On The Workbench 2/8/18

    Amazing work of art! Can't wait to see whats next.
  2. Swamp Rat XXX fuel routing

    SR30 Used a single pump setup with a Crower 8 port injection. He ran the simplest setup compared to others of that time. There is a build here as well covering this car.
  3. RIP Don Fahrni 2/3/18

    Terrible news. I had the good fortune to meet him and Dan Himmel in the late 80's when I lived in Colorado. I took a few trips to Denver for Rock concerts and made sure to visit them both. Don made a lasting impression on me with his candor and strive for excellence. He was a role model for sure, his mentoring allowed me to embrace my eye for detail. I didn't really push about his service to our country, but he was supportive of me when I joined the USAF. He will be greatly missed, and Vince he was blessed to have a friend like you.
  4. Hello from San Antonio, Texas!

    Welcome from fellow San Antonio modeler
  5. Hello all, I’m Lance, been building since I was 10, didn’t get serious till High school. Finally in a good place in my life so I can resume this awesome hobby/money pit. I started getting serious in the early 80’s when I lived in Colorado. Got to meet and learn from the likes of Don Farhni, Dan Himmel and Phil Lawless. I joined the AF in 1989 and sent to Warner Robins Georgia from 1989 to 1995. There I was fortunate enough to meet Pat Covert, Tony Inman, Bob Downie, ect. Lots of amazing modelers in the southeast. Left there for England for 4 years. Meet a few professional builders but the military was taking more of my time. Moved to Tampa in 1999, and rarely built anything but still managed to go to the local shops and buy stuff. By 2004 I packed the model stuff up as I could not find the time or interest. Fast forward to 2012, got divorced, retired from military. Got the itch again, but didn’t have a place to set up as I was renting a house. This past July I bought a house and am in the process of setting up my hobby room, unpacking my models and getting to it! I love any racing subject. I will start another thread in the general area to show my rooms progress.