Q: It never seems to fail: when I airbrush a model, it looks really good until I look more closely at it, and there are little specks – usually on the hood, the roof, and/or the rear deck of the car.
I try to keep the area clean. I use a pain
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The 1/20 scale Formula One kit market has seen resurgence. Ebbro, a relative newcomer, has entered the fray, concentrating on classic 1970s F1 cars.
This modified reissue includes a new decal sheet and the necessary parts to reproduce the Rob Walker
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Eric Cole's 1966 Ford GT was featured in "One Great Model" in the February 2015 Scale Auto. Download this wallpaper to your desktop now!
Mark Jones is a second-generation modeler from Southern California. He is perhaps best known for the series of Caterham models he's built. With exceptional craftsmanship and attention to detail, Mark's models have won almost every significant award i
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|Within hours of the opening of Scale Auto's "Roundtable" (August 2005 issue), in poured the questions - and the subject of chopping tops kept coming up: Is there an easy way to reduce the height of roofs for street rods, customs, and '50s/'60s street
... Read more »||Carburetors are the centerpieces of the many details under the hoods of model cars. Muscle cars, street rods, rad rods, big-blocks or small-blocks, carburetors are one of the most important parts of any car. I try to make them models all to themselve
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