JollySipper

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About JollySipper

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  • Birthday 10/10/1980

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  • Scale I Build 1/24 or 1/25

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  • Location North Carolina
  • Full Name TJ Charles

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  1. JollySipper added a post in a topic Name That Tune....   

    "Feed me here, fill me up again,
     Temporarily pacifying".................
  2. JollySipper added a post in a topic How To Delete Old   

    Hey, friend.......... Just open the message. At the top right of the page, click on "message", then click "leave conversation"............
    Now to figure out how to delete notifications......! 
  3. JollySipper added a post in a topic Name That Tune....   

    "The drugs, they are made in California,
     We love your face, we'd really like to sell you".............
  4. JollySipper added a post in a topic Is Engine Enamel A Good Idea?   

    Thanks for the replies, Guys......... you're always very helpful...!
  5. JollySipper added a post in a topic Is Engine Enamel A Good Idea?   

    Thanks, fellas! They have a nice Plum Purple that I would like to try.................
     
  6. JollySipper added a topic in Model Building Questions and Answers   

    Is Engine Enamel A Good Idea?
    Would Dupli-Color's engine enamel be too "hot" for their primers? How about using Perfect Match clear on it? Would the clear craze the color coats?
    Being able to use their engine enamels would open some color options for me.........
    Thanks for any help!!
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  7. JollySipper added a post in a topic deleted   

    I can see your thinking in saying Foose didn't build the truck, but every aspect of that build was designed by Chip. From the pancaked hood, sectioned cab, everything they did to that truck was Chip's design.
    He didn't build the cars on OverHaulin' either, he helped with a lot of the tough stuff, but most of his work was in the design aspect of the build..............
  8. JollySipper added a post in a topic Guitars   

    I have a quick question for you guys.......... I have a birthday in a couple of months and would like to gift myself a new or slightly used acoustic guitar.
    What would be a good brand to be on the look-out for? I have a Trinity River now, and it's not worth the wood it's made from........ 
  9. JollySipper added a post in a topic What's your next model purchase?   

    You said "highboys" as in plural.......... You must have several projects in mind....!!
  10. JollySipper added a post in a topic Name That Tune....   

    "And you may find yourself living in a shot-gun shack,
     And you may find yourself in another part of the world,
     And you may find yourself behind the wheel of a large automobile"..................
     
    Really like this tune......
  11. JollySipper added a post in a topic Would like a sun visor.......   

    That's cool, Rich....! I did find some things I will need from Detail Master, so you did me a favor..........
  12. JollySipper added a post in a topic Would like a sun visor.......   

    I was meaning the windshield brow type...........
    Thanks for the reply....!
  13. JollySipper added a post in a topic Would like a sun visor.......   

    Thanks for that, Rich! It seems that Model Roundup carries everything from Detail Master except the visors!
    That's just my luck........
    Guess I would have to order directly from them if I was to go that route..........
  14. JollySipper added a topic in Wanted!   

    Would like a sun visor.......
    Would anyone happen to have a sun visor that would fit a '50 Olds? Perhaps the one from the '49 Merc wagon? I have a few things I could trade if anyone would like to help...........
    Thanks...!!
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  15. JollySipper added a post in a topic BMF question for first timer   

    Something that has helped me do better foil work is to scribe where I will be running the blade before any primer even goes on the body....... That gives you a definate path for the blade to follow! I use a set of tweezers that come to a nice, sharp point...........