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How to Take Better Photos of Your Model Car

You’re done. Finished. The model sitting in front of you is complete after hours, days, weeks and maybe even months of delicate, precise creativity and skill. Now it’s time to show it off and be proud. The truth is whether you have a simp...

Hasegawa Mitsubishi Galant VR-4 Subscriber Only Content

Mitsubishi Galant VR-4 Hasegawa No. 20292 Model Type: Injection-molded styrene Molded Colors: black, gray, clear, chrome Scale: 1/24 MSRP: $49.99 Pros: Overall fit, nice tires, looks accurate to the real car Cons: Only builds RHD, body molded in hard...
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MPC Don “Snake” Prudhomme Dragster Subscriber Only Content

1972 Top Fuel Dragster MPC No. 844 Model Type: Injection-molded styrene Molded Colors: Yellow, clear, chrome Scale: 1/25 MSRP: $25.99 Pros: Detailed engine; decals Cons: Fitment and inaccurate size of front tires; poor location of notches on chassis
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Paint stripping Subscriber Only Content

Q: I have a Johan 1968 Cadillac convertible that’s basically unbuilt though someone painted the body white with a lot of disappointing orange peel. I tried Easy-Off oven and grill cleaner to strip it, but had no luck whatsoever. I’m no...

Blowing dust off of your models Subscriber Only Content

Tip: As a budget conscious modeler, I came up with a quick and easy way to blow dust off a model without having to buy canned air (the kind used to clean electronics, etc.) or fire up my air compressor and blow air with my airbrush. I noticed this ...
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