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April 1994
Volume 15

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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!
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Building Impressions
By Mike Siegman
Tamiya's Lola T93/00 Ford
By Tom Woodruft
The NNL Nationals features no egos and no competition - just fun
The World's Rarest Kit
By Dean Milano
A different type of promotional, this Used Car is no lemon
Future Shock
By Bob Downie
Pat Covert's 1966 Impala pushes the limits of automotive technology and model car craftsmanship
Secret Formulas
By Kirk Bell
Exposing Tamiya's Collector's Club F-1 diecasts
Red 5!
By Wayne Moyer
Modeling Mansell's McLaren mauler
New Challenge
By Kirk Bell
It was a year of firsts at the 1993 Southwest Challenge
Debug Your Styrene
By C.L. Lloyd
A plastic related insectiside levels foes of original late-'60s styrene
Scale Auto Sketchpad
By Brad Leisure
AMT/Ertl's Sixty-three Chevrolet
Simply Miles Ahead
By Nicky Wright
The Franklin Mint model cars are tops with collectors
Great Z/28
By Tim Boyd
Revell's 1969 Z/28 - an excellent kit that's been lost in the shuffle
Winning without Wheels
By Pat Covert
Bob Breslauer's Ferrari V-12 engine is judges best at Southwest
Melf-Fest '93
By Ken Hamilton and Phil Melfi
The first annual Melf Memorbilia Show and Model Contest
All the Trimmings
By Tim Boyd
Aftermarket products for Revell's Z/8
Special Report
By Mike Siegman
Superior Ferrari 250 LM
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Truck Stop
News and how-to for the truck modeler
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