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August 2011
Volume 33

August 2011
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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
Funny Car Comparo
By Chuck Kourouklis
We review the Chi-Town Hustler and The Hawaiian: Revell's first all-new Funny Car kits in a generation.
pg. 14
Expanded Review: Detailing Lindberg's Charger police car
By Bob Downie
In the June issue, we reviewed Lindberg's new Charger Police Car kit. Here's a closer look at the kit, with some simple upgrades.
pg. 20
Expanded Review: Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG
By Bob Downie
Opening gullwing doors highlight this supercar kit from Revell Germany
pg. 25
NNL East 25
By Jim Haught
Car-modeling's big show in New Jersey
pg. 32
How to apply faded paint schemes with spray cans
By Tim Boyd
This forgiving technique is easy to learn and fast, too
pg. 38
Circle City Model Contest
By Jim Haught
Indianapolis, Indiana • October 23, 2010
pg. 42
Expanded Review: Improve Revell Germany's Corvette ZR1
By Jay Savarese
A few easy upgrades make Revell Germany's kit better
pg. 44
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Starting Line
A letter from Scale Auto's editor, Jim Haught
Questions & Comments
Letters from modelers around the world
New Products
The latest products to help you enjoy your hobby
Tips & Tech
Tips from your fellow modelers
Bench Racer
Escort rally cars
One Great Model
1966 USAC sprint car
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