Our T.O.M. comes from our longtime friend Sam Lopez, and is a variation of the old "Copying Small Parts By Pressing Them Into Clay And Filling The Cavity With Resin" technique, although we're sure there's a shorter name for that process somewhere. &n
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In 2002, Polar Lights introduced all-new tooling representing some of NASCAR's great Fords and Mercurys from the 1969 racing season. The Richard Petty $43 Ford Torino Talladega kit is one of the most recognized, and one of the King's most controversi
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John Collett's 1960 Chevy Impala was featured in "One Great Model" in the February 2014 Scale Auto. Download this wallpaper to your desktop now!
Mark Jones is a second-generation modeler from Southern California. He is perhaps best known for the series of Caterham models he's built. With exceptional craftsmanship and attention to detail, Mark's models have won almost every significant award i
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|So you're thinking about building a model car. Maybe you put together a few kits when you were younger and are returning to the hobby, or maybe you're picking up a kit at the hobby shop for the first time. Either way, you'd probably like a little dir
... Read more »||The three basics of building custom cars are chopping, channeling, and sectioning. We’ve shown you the basics of chopping and channeling before, but sectioning – which involves removing a horizontal slice of your model’s basic body shell – is a far-m
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