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zelkam

1957 Mercury Voyager two doors

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Hi all ,

I want to thank you for the comments so enjoyable

@ lillakev : Yes, it certainly must have more weight than the weight of chrome your subaru, I love this comparison

@ Cato : I love cars of those years, chrome, or the time it faisiat live. Yes, I participated in my name this book: Jean-Jacques Lillette

@ george 53 : Made in, I also did not know this car is when I look at the list modelhaus I discovered this model ;)

@ TooOld : I also love break 2 doors very rare

@ Bboowser : I do not know why, when I see the chrome I love it! rare model here.

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Super!

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Very nice. Why is this the last one?

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Very nice. Why is this the last one?

Pretty sure he meant his latest one, not his last one... ;)

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Whew! Hate to see someone that can build like that hang it up!

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Would this kit work with the new 57 ford chassis or the edsel chassis? I can see a sweet custom build in my head with a cammer, 5 speed etc...... Anyway beautiful work

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Beautiful model. Great work on what looks like a difficult body - all that chrome and comes curves. Nice.

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I really dig those big old wagons

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Wow! I'm not a big fan of colors. But, what beautiful build. Top notch work. Love the Merc wagons of this time period. Two doors or four, the hardtop style of '57 through '60 Mercurys look great to me.

Scott

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Outstanding,fantastic,awesome,perfect,beautiful, Congrats

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It amazes me how many non-US guys build replica-stock US vehicles of the 50's and '60's and NAIL the look PERFECTLY!

I thought the same thing when I saw this one, it really turned out beautiful, all that chrome, the pastel colors just scream fifties American Iron! In the full size world, station wagons have been a long overlooked subject that's gained a "Cool Factor" just within the last couple of decades. Thanks for sharing your fine quality work with the rest of us, I like it a lot!

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Very cool!! I've never been a big wagon fan, ( maybe because I spent most of my childhood in one ugly wagon or another) but that was the 60s & 70s. The 50s is a whole different story for me. While I'm still not a big wagon fan, the 2 door wagons are really nice! I could see myself driving one of these in '57! :) Steve

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b e a u t i f u l car, looks fantastic (as always J-J ;) ) - well done. *thumbsup*

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