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February 1991
Volume 12

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Scale Auto magazine covers the entire model car hobby. Each issue provides you with expert how to tips to help you easily build and customize muscle cars, street rods, stock cars and more. You'll receive objective and accurate reviews to help you find models worth your time and money. Whether you're a builder or a collector, this magazine is for you!
This issue is currently out of stock and will not be reprinted.
Features
Super Coupe
By Ken Hamilton
Larry Boothe blends traditional customizing with '90s styling
The Bomber
By Ken Hamilton
Military and automotive modeling combine to form a realistic diorama
Promotional Prognostication
By Rick Hanmore
New dealer promos for 1991
Project Chevelle
By Mike Felix
Team work and technique by the Town of Newburgh Model Car Club
Secrets of Lacquer Painting ... Part II
By Mark Gustavson
Applying solid and specialized colors
Cheers and Jeers
By Steve Mesner
The good, the bad, and the ugly of 1990
Oil Colors
By Clint Freeman
Pleasing graphics inspire the building of a crude transporter
RCHTA Report - '90
By Tom Gaffney
Product announcements take the spotlight at this annual trade show
Laser Logos
By Clint Freeman
Using today's technology to create your own decals
Center Stage
By George Bojaciuk
The curtain rises for a Buick GSX conversion
Tool School
By Rick Hanmore
Flex-files, sanding sticks, polishing pads
Cerka's Parade
By Mike Siegman
Chicago modeler, Steve Cerka, dominated the 1990 Southwest Challenge
Fantastic Plastic
By Tom West
The history of drag racing models, part four
SEMA and the Revell Connection
By Tom West
How Revell influenced the formation of SEMA
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