Ridge Rider

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About Ridge Rider

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  • Birthday 09/03/1968

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  • Scale I Build 1/24-1/25

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  • Location Nampa Idaho
  • Full Name Steve Clancy

Ridge Rider's Activity

  1. Ridge Rider added a post in a topic F1 Hover Race Car   

    Too cool.  Could I take it for a spin?  Looks like fun.
  2. Ridge Rider added a post in a topic 1966 Olds 442   

    Very nice.

  3. Ridge Rider added a post in a topic Under the knife, one more time...   

    Paul,  your situation with  health and well being sounds very similar to alot of people on this forum, myself included.   Best wishes and stay positive.  More bench time?     
  4. Ridge Rider added a post in a topic Album Art   

    It is transpotation


  5. Ridge Rider added a post in a topic AMT 1/20 Speed Kit Rev 'n' Roll Models   

    For the intended market and viable future of the company, this seems like a good idea.  Just exposing youth to a  brand name is advertising at its finest (or lowest).  I'm just sad to see no Mopar offerings although I am not a fan of Fix  It Again Tony owning the company. 
  6. Ridge Rider added a post in a topic New look   

    I am missing the ability to go to the last unread post in any topic.  I hope this feature will be available when things get sorted out.  
  7. Ridge Rider added a post in a topic Who you gonna call?   

    No, no and more no. The remakes are wrong and the vehicles, let's don't even go there. They are simultaneously destroying two masterpieces of what where the 80s. Understand I am not calling the movies themselves masterpieces but they are a classics of their time. I have yet to see a successful movie be remade better .
  8. Ridge Rider added a post in a topic Star wars Trade Federation Tank   

    That is looking pretty sweet. I can relate to the cheesy thing as that is was I was thinking of the pod racer until I built one. Thanks for sharing.
  9. Ridge Rider added a post in a topic Money spent on this hobby   

    It is a shame that the dedication and skill of this hobby are not appreciated by the masses. The costs of a hobby is only truly relevant if you can't afford to even be involved. I'm guessing most if not all of us here are involved at some level and have spent a different % of our time and incomes to get the same satisfaction. But in the end, it matters nothing. Let's just enjoy the ride and awesome builds and forget the cost and where our builds will end up. This is just my opinion, I don't mind hearing others.
  10. Ridge Rider added a post in a topic Cartoonish Farmall F-12 Finished! Suggest a name, win a kit!   

    I was very impressed with your Janis Joplin Porche paint job but now add your scratch building skills. You sir have talent and I thank you for sharing them.
  11. Ridge Rider added a post in a topic Post pics of your '50 Olds.   

    Mine is very box stock, in fact it's still in the box so no pictures. I will say I only bought it because of the builds that you guys have shared-so thanks?
  12. Ridge Rider added a post in a topic Bare Metal 57 Ford   

    That's pretty cool Pat. What grit of sandpaper did you use? I can see many possible uses for this look. Thanks for sharing.
  13. Ridge Rider added a post in a topic What Irked You Today?   

    This created some interesting responses to my my post but no on the HOA,s. This was about codes and inspectors in the housing industry turning down something built to code and approved blueprints and then saying how it should be done (opposite of said plans and codes and approved engineering ). This is the classic example of the turtle on the post.
  14. Ridge Rider added a post in a topic We got a House!   

    Congrats. You should be excited, the best to you and your family.
  15. Ridge Rider added a post in a topic Auto modelers - Left or right brained?   

    A 58. I find questionnaires like this interesting but they can be very vague and answer driven. Not to say this was, but sometimes (D- none of the above) is the correct but unavailable answer. We are a creative bunch none the less, at least when the mood strikes. Sigh-come on mood.