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Jim B

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About Jim B

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    MCM Ohana
  • Birthday 06/15/1968

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  • Scale I Build
    1/25, 1/35

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  • Location
    Chittenango, NY
  • Full Name
    James Bongiovanni

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  1. 1922 Autocar

    That's a great restoration.
  2. Fixing a warped frame?

    It's interesting that the torsion bars are molded right onto the frame. What kit is that?
  3. GMC 7500 Spreader Truck

    Great save on the cab. Great looking build.
  4. 1934 Ford 5-Window Coupe

    That looks great. Very well done.
  5. Yard truck build / ?

    As far as I know, there is no resin conversion of a Ottawa yard tractor. If you really want one, you'll need to scratch build it:
  6. B.R.B.O. Cruiseliner daycab finished

    That's a well used COE. Time for an overhaul. Well done!
  7. 1953 Hudson Hornet

    Very nice job on the Hudson. Well done.
  8. Missing Distributor

    Thanks, Tom. Just give me the word, & I'll stop by. Actually, I should probably get a couple if you have them in case it decides to go airborne again. I can always return it. How the heck does a vacuum advance canister work on an electro/mechanical device?
  9. Missing Distributor

    Actually, the beige one in the upper left with the "radar dish" looks really similar. What is that dish thing, anyway?
  10. Missing Distributor

    Thanks. No rush.
  11. Missing Distributor

    It looks like this:
  12. Papa truck, Tyrone Malone

    Quite nice.
  13. Missing Distributor

    I am building the Revell 1969 Dodge Charger, and I have built both engines in the kit (stock & Hemi), because why not. However, I have a problem: one of the distributors launch out of the clamp I was using to hold it for painting, bounced off my forehead, and sailed across the room. Would anyone have a spare distributor from the Revell 1968 or 1969 Dodge Charger? If not, at least the story is worth a few laughs!
  14. Rubber Duck Mack

    Looks great.