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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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    1/25, 1/35

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    Chittenango, NY
  • Full Name
    James Bongiovanni

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  1. 1919 Mack AC Wrecker

    Do you think that this was an option from Mack, or was it something that was fabricated by the owner after receiving the truck from Mack? Either way, it's pretty cool. Yes, that's a big hook on the right!
  2. Interesting Loadstar

    And he can plow snow with it in the winter.
  3. GMC 9500 Tandem Tractor

    Looks really nice, Chuck. Well done.
  4. Built another cheap wooden boat model

    Nicely done.
  5. Mack "R" vs Mack DM600

    Yes, then you'd have an RD.
  6. Never heard of him. Photos would be nice.
  7. Mack "R" vs Mack DM600

    The DM is also Mack's vocational chassis (DM stands for Dump/Mixer). The R-series is a more highway oriented truck.
  8. Class 325 Chevy/Maxim fire truck

    Should be an interesting build, Charlie. Where in New York is the actual truck you're going to go see? Is it at the FASNY Museum in Hudson?
  9. TAT GMC crackerbox

    Nice choice on the 6V71T. Is that from Auslowe? If it is, be careful, the turbo crossover pipe doesn't line up with the turbo.
  10. Wooden Russian submarine 1721 kit. Done !

    Awesome job, Ray. I don't think I would want to be submerged in that contraption, but it's an interesting idea. We all live in a wooden submarine! A wooden submarine! A wooden submarine! (Apologies to The Beatles.)
  11. 1980 Ford LNT 9000

    That looks awesome, Brian. Very well done.
  12. I have a complete sheet of the decals from the Revell USA Snap Peterbilt 359. You're welcome to them if you still need them.
  13. Marmon COE Interior

    This might help some: http://public.fotki.com/modeltrucks25thscale/truck_brochures/marmon/marmon_coe_and_conv_1981/