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August 1994
Volume 16

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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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Features
The End of an Era
By Kirk Bell
The final Greater Salt Lake Model Car Championship caps off 15 years of modeling excellence
Preview Review
AMT/Ertl's 1994 Ford Mustang GT
Scale Auto Sketchpad
By Brad Leisure
Mopar Madness
22 Jr.
By Dr. Marc Weller
After a 30-year layoff, Martyn Faistnauer returns to the hobby with a precise replica of a Tony Nancy roadster
A Study in Subtelty
By Mark Gustavson
What Larry Boothe's replica 1957 Thunderbird lacks in "gotcha" factor, it more than makes up for in craftsmanship
Got the Itch to Etch?
By Pat Covert
With the Auto-Etch Benchtop Photo-Etch System, you can make your own detail parts
Scratchbuilding in Scale
By Ken Hamilton and Phil Melfi
How to build a brake lathe
Flying the Flag
By Wayne Moyer
Building Pro-Line Miniatures' 1/43 scale 1993 Daytona 24-Hours IMSA Mustang
Styling Stude
By Rick Hanmore
Doug Whyte's custom '53 Studebaker is a study in automotive design and model car craftsmanship
Alfa Initiation
By David Cox
The Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 makes the perfect first Pocher project
Sun & Fun
By Mike Siegman
With close to 1000 models, the NNL Western Nationals was a sunny success
Special Report
By Wayne Moyer
Three new ready-built models in 1/43 scale
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Forum 43
Light Commercial
Truck Stop
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