Just rec'd my copy of the new booklet put together by Jarvis Eriickson. Well worth many times the money he is offering it for. You could certainly live a lifetime and not see most of these neat views of the merc. Not sure I'm doing him a favor, as he is certainly losing money on every one sold. I recd the browntone copy, and it is incredibly well done. If you have ANY interest in these cars or just speedsters in general ,it is a must-have.
Ditto. A very enjoyable walk through time with some special Mercury speedsters. I received my tan copy and have really enjoyed it. If you hate speedsters -- probably not at the top of your wish list. It contains many new facts and features about the Mercury bodies that I had not noticed before. As Mark Twain said, "If you pick up a cat by the tail you will learn a lot about cats." And Jarvis has clearly picked up the Mercury Bodied speedsters by the tail and has a wealth of information. Some of that information he casually shares as he describes a little about the photos and often the people in them. The ordering information is on the MTFCA classified site at: http://www.mtfca.com/discus/messages/3487/444805.html?1400327478
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Got my copy too, autographed of course.
Jarvis is really nice fella, this is him in the flashy jumpsuit (Mercury style!) at Hershey good golly, 10 years ago?
Dan neither you are Jarvis has changed a bit in looks, Two very knowledgeable T People.
They don't get any better than Jarvis, or Dan either for that matter. I supplied several Mercury pictures to Jarvis that are probably in that book.
yes they are, Larry, and credited to "original Smith" whoever that is !
This book is at the top of my all time favorites. A wonderful gallery of photos you won't find anywhere else. I recommend this book to all speedster enthusiasts.