Pinup Pole Show Pinup of the Week: Sierra Scott with a 1951 Mercury

Click Here to Begin Slideshow We’re back! It’s been a second since I’ve shared a column and I want you to know that only something very exciting could keep me from writing to you all. It’s great to share with you our newest Pinup Pole Show Pinup of the Week column featuring model Sierra Scott, posing with Paul Miller’s 1951 Mercury and photographed by the great Shane Karns at Tonya Kay’s Pinup Pole Show. Now, before I tell you more about our stunning model and that wicked battle car, let me quickly let you the exciting things that kept us so tied up this last month. Monica Kay opened an art studio in Burbank, CA! If you are in that area, please go visit Shanti Arts Burbank and learn or practice a little something from our resident automotive paint specialist, now painting on canvas. And I, Tonya Kay, created and starred in an original dark musical with the Los Angeles favorite, Independent Shakespeare Co. With 27 original songs, 10 original dances and two hours of provocative stage play, this first sold out 10-show production was just the beginning for 'Anita Berber Is Dead'. Keep a watch on my personal IG, TW and FB pages for updates to see where we take the show next, and if you’d like to learn more or get involved early, visit the link above. Now for the main event this week - what you’ve all been waiting for: pinups and classic cars! Sierra Scott is our featured model this week and has been in the automotive industry for almost 11 years. She says it’s been the hardest thing she’s ever loved! She also is a gun enthusiast and avid camper and rides motorcycles. Sierra just bought her first new bike, a 2019 Ninja 638, and named her Lilith. Paul Miller’s 1951 Mercury is named the Merc Marauder, and I think you can see why! Paul is a fabricator of all sorts of cool props in the movie industry here in Los Angeles, and he’s customized his Mercury with wasteland styling into a battle car inspired by Mad Max. It is built from a fiberglass-bodied 1951 Mercury and features a replica 30mm machine gun and over 450 painstakingly glued on fake rivets. The war machine has a 351 Windsor and a 9 inch rear end. We’re glad to be back and excited to entertain you more this season. Happy holidays, gear heads!

Pinup Pole Show Pinup of the Week: Sierra Scott with a 1951 Mercury

Click Here to Begin Slideshow

We’re back! It’s been a second since I’ve shared a column and I want you to know that only something very exciting could keep me from writing to you all. It’s great to share with you our newest Pinup Pole Show Pinup of the Week column featuring model Sierra Scott, posing with Paul Miller’s 1951 Mercury and photographed by the great Shane Karns at Tonya Kay’s Pinup Pole Show. Now, before I tell you more about our stunning model and that wicked battle car, let me quickly let you the exciting things that kept us so tied up this last month.

Monica Kay opened an art studio in Burbank, CA! If you are in that area, please go visit Shanti Arts Burbank and learn or practice a little something from our resident automotive paint specialist, now painting on canvas.

And I, Tonya Kay, created and starred in an original dark musical with the Los Angeles favorite, Independent Shakespeare Co. With 27 original songs, 10 original dances and two hours of provocative stage play, this first sold out 10-show production was just the beginning for 'Anita Berber Is Dead'. Keep a watch on my personal IG, TW and FB pages for updates to see where we take the show next, and if you’d like to learn more or get involved early, visit the link above.

Now for the main event this week - what you’ve all been waiting for: pinups and classic cars!

Sierra Scott is our featured model this week and has been in the automotive industry for almost 11 years. She says it’s been the hardest thing she’s ever loved! She also is a gun enthusiast and avid camper and rides motorcycles. Sierra just bought her first new bike, a 2019 Ninja 638, and named her Lilith.

Paul Miller’s 1951 Mercury is named the Merc Marauder, and I think you can see why! Paul is a fabricator of all sorts of cool props in the movie industry here in Los Angeles, and he’s customized his Mercury with wasteland styling into a battle car inspired by Mad Max. It is built from a fiberglass-bodied 1951 Mercury and features a replica 30mm machine gun and over 450 painstakingly glued on fake rivets. The war machine has a 351 Windsor and a 9 inch rear end.

We’re glad to be back and excited to entertain you more this season. Happy holidays, gear heads!

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Tonya Kay is a brutally elegant film actress, burlesque headliner, raw vegan renegade and producer of Tonya Kay’s Pinup Pole Show and classic car cruise-in. You’ve seen her on Broadway (STOMP, De La Guarda) and in blockbuster films (Lone Ranger, Muppets Movie). Her pinup and modeling work has been published in magazines, calendars and comic books like Car Kulture Deluxe, DrivenWorld, Grease Inc, Superfly Auto, The SpeedGirls and Garage Latino. And her viscous classic hot rod, the Grape Space Coaster, is even more famous than she is standing out on Discovery’s "Sticker Shock," Speed TV’s "My Ride Rules" and music videos.

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