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56 Mercury

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I built this a while ago. This is another R&R resin, that I bought at NNL east about 10 years ago. They are a lot of work, but with time a little and a lot of Scotch, they can make a nice curbside. :o

Al

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Thats very nice Al I had an R&R Plymouth fury and it was warped so bad it was unuseable . The resin on the trunk lid was as thin as paper I wont be getting one again you did a great job on that merc tho

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Love the color combo. Very purddy.

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Very sweet looking Merc Al.

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Great color choices, they just ooze '50s cool.

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You did a great job on a R&R body. I did the mistake of buying one, and won't do it againg, that's for sure.

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Another incredible build.

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Nice job on a tough build! Excellent color choice, looks like it's straight out of a '56 Mercury ad!

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Great looking build Al nice color choices ....

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Thanks all. I always get suckered in to R&R when I go to NNL East and think maybe they got better and then say myself never again. They have so many cars nobody ever done. They are stricky curbside and the challenge is there.

Al

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Wow, I'm really liking your builds! Keep posting!

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That one brings back memories. My granddad had a green one back in the day.

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