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It only takes two hours - we show you how - on AMT/Ertl's 1965 Buick Riviera

By Tim Boyd
In-Depth Techniques
Detailing-carburetors
Easy upgrades that are fun to do
By Mark Batson
In-Depth Techniques
1929 Model A Hot Rod
Add functionality to your next model with this simple procedure
By Tim Boyd
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Get a realistic look with an airbrush-ready metallic lacquer
By Clay Kemp
In-Depth Techniques
Brush painting
Tips and tricks for quality hand-painted finishes
By Matthew Usher
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IMC/Testor's/Union 1948 Ford convertible and Revell 1948 Ford convertible
Sectioned bodies are sliced horizontally. Here are the basics of this process
By Tim Boyd
In-Depth Techniques
All you need are a few basic tools and a little patience
By Matthew Usher
In-Depth Techniques
Mark's Monte Carlo
Add fine detail to brakes, grilles, emblems, and more
By Mark Melchiori
In-Depth Techniques
Scratchbuild custom parts to get the shape just right
By Steve Boutte
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Doing it all with aerosol
By Pat Covert
Fundamentals of Car Modeling
Simple steps to a glass-smooth paint job
By Pat Covert
Fundamentals of Car Modeling
Tools-for-building-models
A shopping list for first-time model car builders
By Matthew Usher
Fundamentals of Car Modeling
Fundamentals, detailing dilemmas, and more
Fundamentals of Car Modeling
Two ways to make engine-bay plumbing easier
By Clay Kemp
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Paint-saving idea
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Paint Saving idea
Klaus Raddatz's handy little tip deals with ready-to-spray Metalizers, but could just as easily be adapted to other paints.  Read More.
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