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About Ben

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 05/08/1967

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    San Antonio, Tx.
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    Ben Wicker

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  1. I wish! I didn’t think of taking in progress pics back then. I take them now though!
  2. Tamiya makes chain kits for their motorcycle kits. Not sure about the size differences though?
  3. Very nice!! here’s one I stripped and repainted. Still needs to be finished.
  4. Looking for suggestions on a very flat clear coat. I’m looking to clear over some black vinyl decals. They’re decals for truck mudflaps. I’m hoping to make the black rectangle the words are printed on to blend in with the flat black mudflap. any help is appreciated!
  5. Ooooh, I need this for my Denimachine project!
  6. There’s supposed to be a manufactured date on them I read but I haven’t looked yet.
  7. Regular cab for Monogram ‘91 F-350?

    I just added new pics of the regular cab, short bed Ford F-150 to the album, Under Glass Pickups.
  8. I built this back in 1990 and finally took some good pictures of it. I started with the Monogram F-250 extended cab, long bed kit. I shortened the cab, interior, chassis, inner bed, outer bed sides, fuel tank, exhaust and driveshaft and added aluminum tubing tips to the exhaust. I also cut the “2” from the F-250 side emblems, cut two tiny “1’s”, covered them in Bare Metal Foil and added them to the emblems. Other than that, it’s straight from the box.
  9. Regular cab for Monogram ‘91 F-350?

    I’m gonna try to get some better photos today if the sun comes out. If I do, I’ll post them here.
  10. One more thing, the Molotow chrome is time sensitive! I have two pens that went bad. They only produce a dull silver now.
  11. Yep, I have everything ready for install when they’re fully cured.
  12. Worked great for me! Shouldn’t even have to polish it now. Needs to be applied in a semi heavy wet coat for the best outcome. I’m gonna let them set for about a week before touching them. On the rear wheel (top) the whole center hub cover, lug nuts and the ring under them is chrome plated. The wheel itself was painted with the Molotow.