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JToma

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About JToma

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  • Birthday 02/20/1964

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    Syracuse, Utah
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    Guitar, Golf, Models

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  1. JToma

    New here

    Hi Ab. Welcome to MSW
  2. JToma

    Hello Everyone.

    Welcome to MSW
  3. JToma

    Hello from North Texas

    Welcome to MSW Glenn. I encourage you to start a build log here and ask any questions you have as you go along. Also, take a look at the build logs here for help.
  4. JToma

    New to forum

    Welcome to MSW
  5. JToma

    Pleased to be a new member

    Welcome to MSW Dave
  6. I have no issues with paying the 175 for the full kit.
  7. JToma

    Pirated CAF LeRenommee to Be Available

    There appears to be an option there to report the auction.
  8. Looking good. I'm getting pretty excited about building this model.
  9. I'm very saddened to hear this
  10. I hang mine on the wall using binder clips and command large utility hooks.
  11. Does rum work for this? Asking for a friend. I made this jump a little too early, had to take a few steps back and regroup.
  12. JToma

    Hello all

    Welcome to MSW Phillip.

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