60 Mercury Parklane Conv. Restored, Better Pics.

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Here's another AMT 60 Merc restoration. Started out with a blue gluebomb and ending up with a Tamiya black with red and black interior.

Let me know what you think.

Al

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I got to say Al, you build some nice stuff. I always look forward to seeing them

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Very sharp Al.

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Another awesome build Al!

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From what I can see it looks like a great save Al, maybe some shots in the sun? Whenever that happens again :angry:

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Looks great from the shadow side!

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Another fine job Al. Great work as usual.

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Thanks everyone for the nice comments and sorry for the dark pictures. If it only stop snowing for more than a day, I could get some better outside shots.

Here's a couple taken on my slot car track with better lighting.

Al

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Beautifully finished model of one of my favourite 60s cars.

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Man, that is one slick paint job. Nicely done. B)

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Sweet build on that classic Al...

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Beautiful work it came out great

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Sharp ride!!

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Thanks guy.. this was in very poor condition when I got it. But I like the way it came out.

Al

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As always Al, extremely NICE!! :)

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maybe some shots in the sun? Whenever that happens again :angry:

Yeah, tell me about it. I'd be happy with a week at normal temperatures instead of 6-8 degrees below.

Al- another beauty.

Charlie Larkin

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Sweet!

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Ya! Nice n smooth. Love it

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sweet ride

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Beautiful build!!

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Nice job once again Al, but I want to see more of that slot car track! :)

WF

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I got to say Al, you build some nice stuff. I always look forward to seeing them

Agree!

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Nice job once again Al, but I want to see more of that slot car track! :)

WF

Thanks again guys. Next up is a 65 Park Lane I just won on ebay.

Here you go Walter. You can come by and race anytime. 110' of Carrera Digital.

Al

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She's a looker. Can't wait to see what you do with a '65!

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Al,

That is so sweet. I have a thing for 1960 cars, especially big convertibles. I have a Merc, a Connie, T-Bird, and an Edsel to restore to a new glory. I would love to get my hands on a '60 Olds 98, Dodge Matador, and a Plymouth Fury, and my collection will be complete. I love your work.

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