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WackoWolf

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About WackoWolf

  • Birthday 06/21/1954

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Rhode Island
  • Interests
    Scratch Builds, 3D Cad, CNC

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  1. Where are you my friend, not seen a post since june 2017

  2. I am falling in love with this, these plastics ships have me hook
  3. No need to call me mr. I work far a living once, 3 years 5 month and 22 day and then gut hurt. And then had to get a real job instead of party all the time.
  4. Nice desk. I like the color of the cutting mat.
  5. Where did you get all the sand bags from???
  6. She is coming along beautiful. Thank you for sharing this with us.
  7. WackoWolf

    Pocher 1/8 Scale 1932 Rolls Royce - by Moonbug

    I just started working on mine. love it. Hoping to do a build log, been taking pictures.
  8. Yea pole dancing, I am in for that LOL.
  9. I like others with be watching this build, doe it have any guns?
  10. God Bless Him, I hope to make it to his adage
  11. WackoWolf

    What have you received today?

    Thats an excellent book, have a nice time reading it. I know I did.
  12. Glad to hear that your back in the mode.
  13. Glad you keep going Kevin. Very nice job for sure.
  14. WackoWolf

    What have you received today?

    Nice. something else I can watch. Good Luck

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