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October 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 Low-Down Ho-Down
By Tim Boyd
Dropping AMT/Ertl's '62 Chevy Bel Air in the weeds
Believable Bel Air
By Tim Boyd
AMT/Ertl's 1962 Chevy Bel Air: Is it really good enough to be Kit of the Year?
Tool School
By Pat Covert
Using the Boadger Crescendo airbrush
Building Impressions
By Larry Greenberg
Sizing up the 1994 Mustang kits from AMT/Ertl and Monogram
Fabulous F40
By Mike Siegman
14 days to a unique Ferrari
A.A.R. of a Different Color
By Jon Brandt
J. Bruce Weeks' fabulous All Aftermarket Roadster
Scratch Track Fever
By Pat Covert
John Magierowski's scratchbuilt 1/16 scale sprint car
NNL Milwaukee II
By Mike Dowd
Midwest modelers flock to Milwaukee's second annual noncompetitive model show
Salzano Stomper
By Bill Borgen
Recreating the world's first mobile grape crusher in 1/24 scale
Scale Auto Sketchpad
By Brad Leisure
Mopar Madness II
1/43rd Spotlight
By Mike Siegman
Robert Schmidt's 427 Cobra S/C: A bundle of detail in one small package
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News and how-to for the truck modeler
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