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Johnny K

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    Peoria, IL
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    Johnny Knight
  1. Can Anyone Tell Me What This Kit Is?

    Thanks, Rob, Mike, and Mike. I had given up on google searches. Really appreciate it.
  2. Sure someone here might know what this kit is. I'm not familiar with it. First impression is a version of Batmobile, but just don't know. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
  3. Awww C'mon!! Really??

    All eBay sellers get 50 free listings per month for each account they have.
  4. Awww C'mon!! Really??

    Some few years ago, back when eBay allowed Sellers to leave negative feedback for Buyers, they based feedback percentages on a Seller's entire sales history; now, it's based on just the last 12 months of sales. That can drastically affect a Seller's feedback and give a slanted view of a true summary. If a Seller actually changes his account (closes one and opens another), feedback goes with the account. If a Seller simply changes ID name on a continuing account (or merges 2 or more accounts), feedback remains unchanged. There can be a number of legitimate reasons for changing an ID name. I've not changed mine in the 15 years I've had an eBay account, but I know several Sellers that have changed names simply based on a change in item sales emphasis - they merely wanted one to better reflect their new items. On the other hand, some seem to regularly need change as a result of impatience and restlessness.
  5. A new trend selling kit parts?

    I don't really see leaving cross feedbacks for oneself over multiple accounts as being very frequent, especially at those prices. EBay charges a 10% fee per sale (including shipping). I suppose, of course, some sellers might feel feedback is worth $3.90 each. Search parameters can be tailored to a great extent. If you're looking for a specific kit, you probably won't receive a great number of hits. Simply minus out everything you don't want ( -decals -instructions -parts, etc.) and refine it over time in a saved search. If you look for all kits in general, or 'Ford,' 'Chevy,' 'Mustang,' etc., you'll still get hundreds or thousands of hits whether you add general parameters or not. That's only to be expected. For that reason, I always search for specific ranges only.

    Good luck with your project. As a matter of curiosity, have you done many other projects in resin?
  7. '30 Ford Woody Street Rod

    Very nice job on the roof.
  8. 37 Ford Coupe "Rat"

    Nice work.
  9. 50 Chevy pickup

    Nice job.
  10. weather beaten old junker,

    That's a great job.
  11. Nice work. One of my favorite kits.