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Merkur XR4Ti

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About Merkur XR4Ti

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    Portland, Maine
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    Steve Salhany

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  1. 1968 Bullitt Mustang

    Steve McQueen’s ‘68 Bullitt Mustang. Scale Finishes Highland Green paint. Details matched to the movie car: plain grille, painted rocker panel trim, single painted outside mirror, torque thrust wheels, and homemade license plates to match the movie car. It's not perfect but I had a lot of fun with this one.
  2. Eliot Sawyer's Hot Tamales Taurus

    I cheated....for this era of Taurus I always use the Pro Finish kit (in the blue box) as a starting point. The body looks better and the whole kit fits together better. I've been thinking of doing a little demo on how to get these things looking better, although honestly the subject matter is so old at this point I'm unsure how much interest there might be.
  3. I may have missed it, but are there any plans to do the side stripes for the Gran Torino movie car?
  4. Complete: Casey Stoner's 2006 LCR Honda RC211V

    Here it is without its clothes on.
  5. Kenny Irwin's #27 GI Joe Thunderbird

    The body was painted black, and everything else you see that's not black is from the Racescale decal sheet. Lots of setting solution and liberal use of a hair dryer were used to get these things to settle down.
  6. Gold Chrome Lamborghini Aventador SV

    Hey Charles, this is great! This is Steve, I met you and your family on Sunday at the show. Thanks for sharing the Lambo here!
  7. Revell 83 Hurst Olds 442

    Great build! Did you have to adjust the stance on it at all?
  8. Great Traders List

    crazyjim sent me a kit right away, a great trader since I hadn't even mailed his out yet! Thanks Jim!
  9. Why haven't I seen this thread before? This is some AMAZING work!