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rbarton

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About rbarton

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  • Scale I Build
    1:24

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  • Location
    Half Way, MO
  • Full Name
    rick
  1. Bill, Yes sir, that's the look I'm after. Thanks for the advice, much appreciated.
  2. Thanks for the advice. I'll try it
  3. Hello, Looking for suggestions on how to lower the AMT '66 Pro Street Nova. I've been building awhile but have never lowered any vehicles that I've built. This car, in my opinion sits way too high. I don't want it dragging the doors but it needs a lower stance. I don't want to start hacking away without some guidance. Thanks for reading and I appreciate the advice. Rick
  4. 89 (or around that year) GMC shortbed

    Thanks so much for the info. Great appreciated!! I've been searching high and low for ideas.
  5. Looking for an 89 or thereabouts GMC short bed truck 1/24/1/25th scale. OR any ideas on building one from another model. Thanks
  6. 1968 Corvette

    This is so dang cool. Out of the box design and engineering. I love it
  7. Great build. What camera are you using?
  8. Thanks guys. I think the last two replies summed it up for me. I'll fix what needs fixed and leave it as is.
  9. Thanks for the feedback Thanks for the feedback slusher
  10. I'd like some suggestions on this build. My Dad built this truck years ago and over the years of moving it from shelf to shelf, house to house it's endured some wear and tear as you can tell. I want to fix it. My concern is taking it apart. What would you guys do? How far would you go with a rebuild? It does have some sentimental value to it being that my Dad has passed so I'd like to do a good job on it and keep it around for years to come. Thanks for your time. I follow On The Workbench and look forward to hearing from you builders.
  11. Looking forward to this
  12. 1969 Charger 500 Pro Street

    Great build, love the engine.
  13. Pro Mod "Motown Missile" FINISHED! 4/6/14

    Great looking build