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February 1992
Volume 13

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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
Box Stock Build Up/Part Two
By Rick Hanmore
Basic painting techniques for a contest quality model
R.I.P. R I V
By Mark Gustavson
Time and technology pass by an overly ambitious modeling project
Preview Review
AMT's '92 Ford F-150 XLT and Flareside
Silver Arrow
By Mike Siegman
Russ Schwenkler's weathered wonder
Pit Pass
By Mike Dowd
Sterling Marlin's Maxwell House Ford Thunderbird
Levelling with the Kids
By Kirk Bell
Commentary on the newest marketing trend
Chrysler Ball Convention
By Kirk Bell
Snap-kits, diecast and new releases are the story of the 1991 RCHTA show
Country Club Hot Rods
By George Ellis
GM's Buick-Olds-Pontiac group has long been known for delivering high performance in luxury packages
Stude-Pendous
By Rick Hanmore
Chuck Easton's Pro Street Studebaker
Forsaken Ford
By Gary Nash
Weathering techniques for a derelict pickup
Big Red Machine
By Bill Coulter
The Farmall MTA tractor: Some designs are never improved upon
Deep in the Heart of Texas
By Mike Siegman
Tough competition makes this contest a challenge
Factory Finishes
By Steve Mesner
The automotive paints of Model Car World
Unfinished T
By Kirk Bell
Steve Catron's '27 Ford Roadster, circa 1953
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