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December 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!
Mopar Make-over
By Tim Boyd
Restoring a 30-year old JoHan Chrysler 300
Makin' The Scene
By Terry Jessee
AMT/Ertl's new diorama showcase can be a lot more than just a dustcover
Pit Pass
By Drew Hierwarter
Owner/driver Geoff Bodine's Exide Ford Thunderbird
Promotional Considerations
By Kirk Bell
1994's lineup of model car promotionals provides the collector with a wide variety of choices
Classic Inspiration
By Bob Downie
Lee Baker's unique classics provide both inspiration and a standard of excellence for modelers everywhere
Making Their Marks
By Dan Wildhirt
Ford's factory road racers and the kits that followed
Scale Auto Sketchpad
By Brad Leisure
South Bend Customs
Transfer Tricks
By Pat Covert
More ideas for creating custom graphics
Somer Time
By Nicky Wright
A biography of the British 1/43 scale model manufacturer, Somerville Models
LeMans Legend
Revell's Creative Masters Ford GT-40
The Ultimae Rub-down
By Pat Covert
How to design and use custom dry transfers
California Gold Rush
By Cody Grayland
Modelers from all over the country flock to the SoCal Classic in search of contest paydirt
Working Man
By Neil Van Zile, Jr.
Harry Stewart can duplicate just about any working feature in 1/25 scale and his '65 Chevelle proves it
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