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Jim B

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    Chittenango, NY
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    James Bongiovanni

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  1. Thanks, Jordon. I really appreciate that. I'm pretty sure I don't need any other parts.
  2. Les, I don't know if it's a flaw in the plastic or not, but the windshield plastic is really thin. Andy, That's the next plan if things don't work out here. Since I broke it, Revell will probably charge me for it. Hopefully shipping from Germany won't be too much.
  3. This build is not going as smoothly as I'd hoped. I just snapped the windshield (Part #79) on the Grand National, and I'm really hoping someone here has one. If not, the build is going in the scrap heap as I cannot complete the build without a windshield. 🤬
  4. Glad you found what you were looking for. Yes, Muleskinner was killed in a house fire several years ago. Very sad.
  5. You should be able to find it here: https://thetimbershop.proboards.com/ The Forum is basically defunct, but there is still some good information there.
  6. Excellent job on the Peterbilt. Vey well done.
  7. Great scratch building, Jeff. Way above my skill level.
  8. Looks really nice, JT. I like your set-up. Just a small note on your chock blocks: you should have them on both front tires, but not touching the tires. In reality, the outriggers will lift the weight off the rear tires. Just a little help.
  9. Here is the Star Models 1950 Panel delivery that I purchased a couple of years ago. Ill build it one of these days.
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