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4Runner

501st Stormtrooper[TK]
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About 4Runner

  • Rank
    Centurion
  • Birthday 04/08/1965

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Winter Springs, Florida
  • Interests
    Star Wars, Football, Video Gaming

FISD Info

  • Centurion Granted Date
    20200622
  • EIB Awards
    1
  • FISD Supporter
    No
  • EIB Cohorts
    ANH-H

Standard Info

  • Name
    Peter
  • 501st Unit
    Florida Garrison, Makaze Squad

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  1. Congratulations to #1,000. Woo hoo! The Emperor will be pleased!!!!! LOL!!!! Great job!
  2. Keep it going, Steve! Almost there! I'm excited for you!
  3. Thanks again Dan. I really appreciate your help and your friendship!!!
  4. You’ve done a nice job with the shims on your sides! Take a look at the back of your left shin and see if you can tighten up the gap. The right one is tighter. From the front you look like an imposing trooper and I wouldn’t want to mess with you!! Nice work!!!!
  5. Thanks, Tony! Not sure if I'm worthy, but I do like cutting, sanding, and gluing plastic, LOL! Thanks again!
  6. PETER TELEP TK-33348 Centurion letter Sha Sha http://www.whitearmor.net/eib/certificates/33348-centurion.png
  7. It’s great to see another hero TK get approved! Welcome trooper!!
  8. Name: Peter Telep TK-33348 Forum Name: 4Runner Florida Garrison, Makaze Squad Armor Maker: TMprops Helmet Maker: TMprops Cloth Belt Maker: Rob Kittel (Imperial Issue) Neck Seal Maker: Darman’s Props Boot Maker: Imperial Boots Silicone Hand guards: JustJoseph Blaster Maker: Pretorian Blasters Holster Maker: Darman’s Props Height: 5’ 10” Weight: 165lbs TK Type: ANH Hero Mentors: Gary Collins Sr. Derek Zink Gary Collins Daniel Branton NOTE: I followed the Centurion photo checklist document for this submission but also added in extra photos at the end to detail my build. Thanks for your consideration! A few extra photos to detail my build: And the team who made it all happen, from left to right: Kendall (photographer), Peter (plastic spaceman), Nancy (the boss!), and Lauren (expert Stormtrooper handler). Pups from left to right are Luke, Khole, and Charlie! Special thanks to Sha Sha and Joseph for expertly guiding me through this process! TK-33348 humbling submitting my application. Thank you very much for your time!
  9. Peter Telep 33348 EIB letter size Sha Sha Thanks again!!!! http://www.whitearmor.net/eib/certificates/33348-eib.png 285
  10. Hi, Sha Sha! Thanks so very much for going over my photos and for awarding me EIB! I'm so happy right now! Building my first stormtrooper kit was a great experience and came at a good time to keep my mind off all the problems of the world! Also, I want to stress that I know yours is a volunteer position, and I want you to know how much I appreciate your time! I'm looking forward to making those corrections you noted, taking some more pictures, and putting together my centurion application. Every trooper I've met has been warm, welcoming, and so very helpful. This really is a wonderful community, and I'm proud to be a part of it! Thanks again. I keep wanting to say may the force be with you, LMAO! For the Empire!
  11. Good luck with your application, Trooper! It's so cool to see First Order troops here! I think the Supreme Leader will be happy!
  12. Every once in a while I click on my avatar thumbnail on a post, expecting to navigate back to my own profile, and then I get directed to yours instead. Haha. Congrats on your approval! Will you teach your next Star Wars class in full Imperial uniform next time?

    1. 4Runner

      4Runner

      Lol. I do think my squad will troop my class at least once, and in that case the students will get to see me in full armor. They already think I’m a nerd so I have no idea what this will do for my reputation LOL!!!!  And thanks for the avatar... I do think it’s the coolest one on this forum!!!

  13. Hi, Joseph: Thanks so much for reviewing my photos! As you noted, I've added some weathering to my mike tips and added those photos at the end of my original post. Please let me know if these are acceptable now. I think they look pretty good and screen-accurate! :-) Take care and thanks again! Peter
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