I turned a Lindberg 1954 Ford into a Mercury using old AMT model kits and a lot of handmade parts.
Beautiful, gorgeous, amazing, wow. Each of these words is an understatement when applied to the work you have done on this Merc. Great job!
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That started as a Lindberg? Man, what a beautiful model! It looks like it's ready for a magazine spread!
Just beautiful - Not just well done but in amazingly good taste. Love the 1953 Cad caps and the top is chopped to the perfect height!!! Looks like a real car without the elaborate background. Superlative job! One of the best I've seen...
This is absolutely amazing. Are you sure you're not pulling a fast one by using a resin body? LOL. And where did you find the tail lights, bumpers, etc. that are exclusive to the Merc??? As I said, F%^$ing amazing.
The rear fenders are made out of lots of bog, while the tail lights are hand painted with silver then candy apple red tamiya paint.
This is one of the most beautiful models i have ever seen!!!Great Build!!!!
That is amazing. Looks so real, so much so it could be mistaken for a picture of Mark Mortons 54 Merc .
Well I did try to build the exact copier of it, took a while but I got there in the end.
This pic is taken from the Rod & Custom website.
I bought one from bay. As you can see this is how it started out as, throughout the build I did a lot of scarch built items on the car such as chopping the roof. I used this picture as shown to show you what is is going to look like i forgot to add it in the first comment box tell you guys.
Well that was awkward.
Wow! That is amazing! Great job!
Nonetheless - A truly great looking car - love to see the final replica - The hubcaps come in the 1948 Ford custom by Revell. The top will be tricky in the rear window and the skirts are a major custom fabricated item - Good Luck!!!!