Scott and Holley Roberts' 1954 Mercury

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Scott's Mercury at the 2016 NorCal Knockout. Photo by Henrik Forss.
Photo by Henrik Forss.
Photo by Henrik Forss.
Scott and Holley's Merc at the 2017 Ventura Nationals. Photo by Matt Rico.
Photo courtesy of Scott Roberts.
Photo courtesy of Scott Roberts.
Photo courtesy of Scott Roberts.
Photo courtesy of Scott Roberts.
Photo courtesy of Scott Roberts.
Scott and Holley's Mercury was one of the Featured Registrations for the first Kustomrama Customs by the Sea car show in Santa Barbara, California.
A photo of Scott and Holley's Mercury taken at the first Kustomrama Customs by the Sea car show in Santa Barbara, California in March of 2019. Photo by Sondre Kvipt - Kustomrama.
Scott and Holley's Mercury was dressed up with Firestone 670-15 3 1/4 Inch Whitewall tires. The wide whitewall and original Firestone Zig Zag Tread make this tire a popular tire for 1940s and early 1950s styled customs. Click here to see other cars with Firestone 670-15 3 1/4 Inch Whitewall Tires in the Kustomrama Tire Buyer's Guide. Photo courtesy of Henrik Forss.


1954 Mercury owned by Scott and Holley Roberts of Moorpark, California. Scott's Mercury was nosed decked and shaved for door handles. The top was chopped 3 inches before Brandon Penserini of Altissimo Custom Paint & Restoration painted it Spies Hecker “Chile Verde” Green. It features a color matched interior by Chris Plante of Plante Interior, as well as a color matched 292 Ford Y-block V8 engine. The build was completed in January of 2016, just in time for the 2016 Grand National Roadster Show.




 

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