I sent in my order for the "Sale Box" and paid with PayPal on August 22, (2016). Received my order today, October 3 (2016). A bit of a wait, but I know he's very busy with work, and the move. I'm happy.
Just a quick update. I received my paint from Jameston today, one month to the day from ordering. Not bad at all! He even threw in a bottle of primer for the long wait! I will definitely use again! Thanks!
I'm rebooting as we speak! I'm nearly finished a '53 Chevy Bel Air, and I've made more mistakes on this kit than the first model I ever built! Smeared super glue on the paint, only sits on 3 tires, and many other problems. All the sub-assemblies were OK, but the final assembly has been a nightmare! I just started a "Model King" Lindberg '64 Plymouth Belvedere, going slow and hoping to put the gremlins behind. (Although the tail lights are missing, I hope it's not a sign of things to come!).
Nope, I don't mind waiting, as long as there is some communication. This is my first transaction with Jameston, so I really had no idea on the wait time. I do agree though, it would be nice if he would put an estimated delivery date. Thanks for all the info!
Well, another kit I guess I won't buy. I thought it was a nice looking kit until all of it's problems were pointed out. But I don't want any kit that has so many issues. I guess I'll wait for the next new kit.
Did this just once, trying to BMF a '57 Chrysler 300. At the time, I had little experience with BMF, and I now think I had an old sheet(that just wouldn't stick). Launched the body against the wall, stomped on it a few times for good measure, and into the trash it went. Felt so bad afterwards, I went out and bought 2 more of the same kit, but I haven't attempted to build one yet!