1949 Mercury Pickup "Ute"

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I basically threw this together from some spares, in much the same manner I'd assume a 1:1 like this would be done.

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nICe.

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Super nice and cool. Should have had border patrol on both doors..

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Nice work Chuck B);)

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Very NICE Chuck! :)

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VERY different, VERY COOOL !!!

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coooooooooooolllllllllllllll !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Well done, I like it a lot!!!

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That looks great! I have plans to do something very similar. Thanks for the inspiration.

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Chuck, unusual, different, unique, looks like an early Merchero, kewl

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Very cool.

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love it !!!!!!

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Very nice!

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WOW!!!

FINALLY someone did something different with a Merc ---

SERIOUSLY, it was getting positively boring until this post !!!

NICE WORK!!!!

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Very nice a creative build!

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Saweet!

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Whoa!! That is cool! Love the weathering... First time seeing one of these done up like this... Cool concept!

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I like everything but the chopped top. Nice work.

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freaking great!!

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Chuck, this one really surprised me. Super neat. Of your recent builds this is my favorite.

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NIce work Chuck. Just needs a bale or two of "hay" in the back. :)

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.........As always Chuck no surprise here (okay a little , cuz your work is always pleasing) , as always such a super cool creation ^_^

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I'm diggin' this!

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Mr. Most, you keep reinventing great looks on your models. You are still one of my favorite builders, always imagining new versions of old things. Plus, when you line your builds bumper to bumper, they all look different, but stylistically they all have the same name written on them: CHUCK MOST!

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Very cool. very well done!

David G.

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