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Stock (!) 1949 Mercury, AMT

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Another older curbside build. Paint is Sikkens base/clear, tyres are Satco, steering is poseable.

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Very nice! Great to see one stock. Have a dark blue one in the works.

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I love seeing this car built stock. I am so tired of the cliché '49 Merc leadsled.

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YES! I love the oldies built stock, allthoe I've been told nobody does that!

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YES! I love the oldies built stock, allthoe I've been told nobody does that!

Peter does! And God bless him for it! B):D

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Wonderful model! I really like the stock look.

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They look better Stock than chopped all up. This is an awesome Merc.

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Beautiful Mercury!!! :)

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In the "Real or Model" arena, there's very little that would give this one away.

Nicely done and nicely presented.

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These are really beautiful cars when they are in stock form. Great color on this one too. Beautiful model!

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I LOVE this! It makes me so happy to see a rep-stock '49-51 Merc.

I'd love to see someone have the guts to try and make a 1949-51 4-door with those cool suicide doors.

Charlie Larkin

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It needs nothing, beautiful on it's own. I agree with Harry on this one.

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You build some nice lookin' models my friend.

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Very nice Peter.

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Excellent! It looks good in stock form. Nice color!

Sam

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AMEN. I almost didn't recognize it.

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Nice build.. looks great stock.

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Very refreshing to see an unchopped Merc. Great job Peter.

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Great build, very clean!

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Excellent!

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Very nice looking '49 Mercury Peter! It looks so right and yet so "wrong" at the same time. Very rare to see one built stock. Nice work!

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Excellent looking classic. love it...

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Stock '49 Mercury is certainly a subject you don't see every day, especially in 1/25 scale. If I had all parts with that AMT '49 Mercury Glue Bomb that I got while ago, I would have built it Stock also, but since it was missing some parts, I chopped it and started building a Custom. You did fantastic job in here, nice paint and detail. Very refreshing to see one of these built Stock, great work. And some day, I'll get another AMT Merc' and that'll be Stock too!

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It is refreshing to see one done stock. Real Nice

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Very well done!

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