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Buffs Fan

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About Buffs Fan

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  • Birthday 05/05/1973

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    Brighton Co
  • Full Name
    Mike Barela

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  1. 70 1/2 Split Bumper

    Thanks all... Sorry for the delayed reply I have been healing from shoulder surgery and really missing the work bench
  2. 2014 Mustang GT (slump buster build)

    good job
  3. Olds 67 Cutlass, Lindberg, black

    Great job on the vinyl top... I've done a couple of those and they are a pain. Your Cutty looks great
  4. 2014 ford mustang

    This looks good!!! I like the Black and Gold combo
  5. 1971 ford mustang

    Good job
  6. 69 Daytona Hemi

    I like that green... And great job on the build
  7. 1950 Ford Pickup - The Scary Little Rod is Done!

    That's pretty trick
  8. 1970 GTX

    Growing up my neighbor had one of these and that thing was a beast! Great job on the build
  9. 1974 Plymouth Satellite "Sundance Special"

    Does it come with an 8 track? Looks great
  10. 1964 Chevy Impala SS

  11. 70 1/2 Split Bumper

    Thank you
  12. 70 1/2 Split Bumper

    Thanks all
  13. Looking good
  14. '82 Camaro Quick 16 Bracket Racer

    Wow... Looks great! Love the garage too
  15. 70 1/2 Split Bumper

    I just finished my 70 1/2 Split Bumper It started life as the AMT Baldwin Camaro but once I started it became clear that it had loads of issues. First the chassis was warped pretty bad then the roof line had an indention of the dome light so I figured that I would chop it up and make a strip/street car out of it so i tubbed the rear cut the front fender wells out and built a small cage then turned my attention to the body work I used some body putty to fill the crater and after a few hours of sanding it finally looked good to me so I shot the primer and the GM factory Blue (Which came out darker than I wanted) during the drying process the hood fell and I had to strip it back to plastic and start over but I think it looks great. I ran fuel lines and made all of my own anodized fuel fittings then topped the build off with a set of aluminum wheels that I got from @vintagedragcrazy (Thanks again Vince hope I did them justice) and I named it A.A. Ron from the Key & Peele skit. Please enjoy and any comments or critiques are always welcome