Jim B

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About Jim B

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  • 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. Jim B added a post in a topic Autocar   

    Great looking Autocar.
  2. Jim B added a post in a topic Kenworth Daycab   

    Great looking K121.  What did you do for the rear cab mounts so the Cummins would fit?
  3. Jim B added a post in a topic International 4070A   

    Nice looking 4070A.  Well done.
  4. Jim B added a post in a topic MENG Ford F350 Super Duty Crew Cab   

    Nice looking F350.  Those are some serious spot lights on the roof.
  5. Jim B added a post in a topic White Western Star and Watkins KW conventional   

    Nice looking trucks.
  6. Jim B added a post in a topic Revell Thermopylae   

    Nice job on the bowsprit chains.
  7. Jim B added a post in a topic 70's Diamond Reo Cabover   

    Nice conversion.
  8. Jim B added a post in a topic John Deere 4430 Tractor   

    Nice looking tractor.
  9. Jim B added a post in a topic Peterbilt 352 Single Axle Sleeper   

    Isn't a single drive 352 a 282?
  10. Jim B added a post in a topic Modified snap Pete 359   

    Nicely done.
  11. Jim B added a post in a topic Mixed bag of cabovers   

    Very nice.  Can't say as I've ever seen a big bunk Cruiseliner or Titan before.
  12. Jim B added a post in a topic Two Freightline Cabovers   

    Those look nice.  They both have the O/O look to them.
  13. Jim B added a post in a topic Peterbilt 352 Single Axle Sleeper   

    Very nice looking Pete.
  14. Jim B added a post in a topic KW and Diamond Reo Conventional pics   

    Those look awesome.  Very nice work.  Is the red on the Kenworth painted or decals?
  15. Jim B added a post in a topic USS United States   

    Nice job on the standing rigging, and good luck with the running rigging.  These ship kits can really be works of art.