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Mercuryman54

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About Mercuryman54

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  • Birthday 04/06/1957

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  • Scale I Build 1/25

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  • Location Kennard, Indiana
  • Full Name Dennis Elliott

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Mercuryman54's Activity

  1. Mercuryman54 added a post in a topic 1953 Studebaker Finished!   

    Cool and classy!!! I like it!!
  2. Mercuryman54 added a post in a topic Starsky & Hutch 77 LTD   

    Very nice!!!
  3. Mercuryman54 added a post in a topic Smitty's Muffler Shop   

    Very, Very nice!!!
  4. Mercuryman54 added a topic in Wanted!   

    1963 Mercury interior tub bucket seats
    I need the interior tub and stock bucket seats. I have the dash and steering wheel. I bought the kit 40 some years ago from a mailing list (before Internet). The seller stated as is, but "he thought it was complete". All this through snail mail, but that was the way it was back then. PM me if anybody has one they want to sell or possible trade. I would rather buy.
    Thanks, Dennis 
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  5. Mercuryman54 added a post in a topic STUDE SNAFU   

    Very nice build. Excellent paint work!!
  6. Mercuryman54 added a post in a topic 87 Dodge RAM dualcab   

    Great looking Dodge!! Well done!!
  7. Mercuryman54 added a post in a topic Curbside models in competition   

    It's curbside 😜. Just sez'in. 

  8. Mercuryman54 added a post in a topic Ambitious project   

    Well it has started!! 1954 Mercury Woody in on the Workbench. Hope I survive!! Thanks for looking.
    Dennis
  9. Mercuryman54 added a post in a topic 1954 Mercury Woody   

    Here we go!! A few pictures of the changing of the wood on the sides. Hood roughed in and taillight extensions. Started reshaping of the front wheel openings. All of the work so far is just roughed in. Also scratch building/modifying the Lindberg 1953 Ford interior. Comments welcome. Will post as it progress allows. 
    Thanks for looking, Dennis 






  10. Mercuryman54 added a post in a topic 1954 Mercury Woody   

    Here's the Mercury pictures. For some reason they didn't make it on the first post. 



  11. Mercuryman54 added a topic in On The Workbench   

    1954 Mercury Woody
    This is my first on the Workbench post. Hang on this may be a long one😆. I started with a Jimmy Flintstone 1953 Ford Woody. I'm starting out with pics of the resin woody, a 1:1 53 Ford woody and a few pictures of 1:1 1954 Mercury Woodies. This is to show the difference between the two. I'll be adding as life allows. I have most of the body roughed in and all the wood changes. I'm carving the bumpers out of glued up styrene. I have measured my 1:1 1954 Mercury Sun Valley for general parts they have in common. But a lot of what I do is by eye. You all will be the judge🤔. Thanks for looking.
    Dennis


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  12. Mercuryman54 added a topic in General   

    Ambitious project
    I have posted several builds in the Under glass section, but never in the Workbench section. I have started a project using the Jimmy Flintstone 1953 Ford Woody. I have pictures of the progress. The question I'm asking is should I start the workbench build post? This will/may be a long drawn out build. So should I just jump in and post as I can or wait until it's closer to completion? This could take awhile. Just asking. Your input is welcomed.
    Thanks, Dennis 

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  13. Mercuryman54 added a post in a topic AMT 1967 Ford Thunderbird resto   

    I have a original AMT 1967 Bird still in the box. Someday!!!
  14. Mercuryman54 added a post in a topic 1959 Thunderbird - Restored Glue Bomb   

    Nice bird!! Great color!!
  15. Mercuryman54 added a post in a topic AMT 1967 Ford Thunderbird resto   

    I believe the engine you transplanted into your very nicely rebuilt T-bird is actually a Ford 427 cammer (SOHC) single over head cam.  Looks good!! 
    Dennis