youngtiger1

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About youngtiger1

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  • Birthday 04/29/1976

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  • Scale I Build 1/24

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  • Location California
  • Full Name Mike Bhangu

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  1. youngtiger1 added a post in a topic New Site/Forum Look   

    sjordan2, I'm with you on that with my iPad. Its to bad, as it will limit my activity here since I'm not on my desktop often.
  2. youngtiger1 added a post in a topic 1/16 Scale Peterbilt 359 Large Car   

    Man, that looks awesome. Looks like your getting close to the finish line.
    Mike
  3. youngtiger1 added a post in a topic New Site/Forum Look   

    Nice work with the new look, but for some reason my iPad doesn't like it. I can view threads, but I can't reply or respond to messages. Older version was working fine, but need help to figure out the bugs with the new system. I'm using my desktop to post at the moment, so any help or advice will be appreciated as I like to interact with folks here. TIA.
    Mike
  4. youngtiger1 added a post in a topic 1/16 Scale Peterbilt 359 Large Car   

    Great work buddy. This thing is looking awesome by the minute. I'm blown by the size of it, I know its a big model to begin with but with your conversion it even bigger and that's cool.
    Mike
  5. youngtiger1 added a post in a topic 1:12 Tamiya WR1 Pause   

    Ah, totally cool tip on the HO scale chain link fence. I'm no race care expert but it looks very realistic to me.
  6. youngtiger1 added a post in a topic Bedford Recovery Truck (Emhar 1/24)   

    Now that is beautiful. All you need is an appropriate back ground and right photography and no one will be able to tell if this is a model. Can you please share the link to your build and is this a resin kit or scratch build with kit bashing? TIA

    Mike
  7. youngtiger1 added a post in a topic Volvo and Race Trailer   

    Pretty Awesome JT. Totally love it
  8. youngtiger1 added a post in a topic 1:12 Tamiya WR1 Pause   

    Totally cool and a perfect fit to a model/work bench. There a guy at a slot care race store that builds custom cabinets for customers that are design for guys that play/build slot cars. He can design and build them for any type of modeling bench and I'm hoping to have him build me one before the years end. A bit expensive but worth the cost consider what you get.

    Great progress buddy!!
  9. youngtiger1 added a post in a topic 1939 Jaguar SS100   

    Found it This is nice...you are doing some great detail work here buddy!!
  10. youngtiger1 added a post in a topic 1:12 Tamiya WR1 Pause   

    This is some fine build going on here. I love these race Formula1 cars and your doing great work here. A must follow along

    Mike
  11. youngtiger1 added a post in a topic Pocher 1931 Alfa Romeo 2300 Monza   

    Glad to see this thread resurface again. Harry, I apologize for not responding to your reply regarding online build. I'm sure it was a long turn project thus hard to have an online build. Glad to see here done Harry. So, what are you building now?

    Mike
  12. youngtiger1 added a post in a topic Anyboy built one of these Fire Truck?   

    Thanks Gator. I ended up ordering one. Are you building it here?

    Mike
  13. youngtiger1 added a post in a topic Geographically Unique Trucks   

    Now, this is a pretty cool looking truck. Do you more photos of this thing?
  14. youngtiger1 added a post in a topic The new Freightliner?   

    Clayton, Aaron, thank you for the information guys. It gives me plenty to think about. I checked locally for a school and it's about $1000 to $3200 depends on which school I chose. I guess the more money might be better training equipment? I hope you guys won't mind if I call on you again? Thanks.

    Btw, Clayton is that your truck in the avatar? If so, it's pretty cool looking
  15. youngtiger1 added a post in a topic The new Freightliner?   

    Thank you for answering my question, I'm not sure what I should get into. Perhaps, I should do a little research what is best for a new drivers in the beginning. So, do you drivers get paid differently for driving different types of loads...frozen, dry, liquid, or gravel? Also, does that require different certifications?

    What if I get my own license? Is that better approach or is it better to go through a big company like you did? Btw, do you guys have a lot of extra expenses? For example, sleeping in hotels and eating out?

    Mike