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February 1993
Volume 14

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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!
Scale Auto Enthusiast Kit of the Year Awards
By Larry Greenberg
Your third annual chance to vote
Unbridled Fury
By Bill Coulter
Using resin modeling techniques to build a 1958 Plymouth Fury street machine
Sweet Swisher
By Bill Coulter
JoHan turned Chrysler's unique Turbine Car into an exceptional model kit
Mini Mopar Muscle
By Bill Coulter
Chrysler muscle car promos and other oddball Mopars
Winds of Change
By Kirk Bell
The 1993 new kit and diecast announcements blew into Chicago
Preview Review
Hasegawa's 1/12 scale efini/Mazda RX7
Street Survivor
By George Bojaciuk
Foil casting emblems for a '74 Hemi Duster
Fresh Orange Machine
By Rick Hanmore
The fruit of Kelvin Brown's labor; a dazzling Chrysler 300
Small Scale Snake
By Wayne Moyer
Building the Provence Moulage Dodge Viper RT/10 in 1/43 scale
To Bee or Not to Bee
By Geoff McDonell
Converting Monogram's 1969 Super Bee into a Coronet R/T
Top Ten Mopar Models
By Bill Coulter
One man's ten favorite Mopar kits
Killer Bee
By George Bojaciuk
Resto, Resin or Reissue. How to choose the right option withouth getting stung
Finnish-Ed Products
By Juha Airio
The Mopar models of Finland's finest, Juha Airio
The King Goes Straight
By Bill Coulter
Racing was a drag for Richard Petty in 1965
Tips & Tech
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