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October 1993
Volume 15

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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!
This issue is currently out of stock and will not be reprinted.
Features
Preview Review
By Daniel Jannsen
AMT/Ertl's 1962 Chevrolet Bel Air 409
It Doesn't Get Any Better than This
By Mike Dowd
The 1st annual NNL Milwaukee was as great as its name
Ultimate F-1
By Tom West
Tamiya's Williams FW14B kit is $170 worth of modeling detail
New Kid on the Block
By Kirk Bell
1/18 is the newest collectors' scale
Unique Competition
By Guido Partsorino
A familiar face wins R&D Unique's Shop Truck Sweeps photo contest
Suzuka Honda
Russ Schwenkler's amazing 1/12 scale Honda RS1000
Scale Auto Sketchpad
By Brad Leisure
Lindberg's '34, the return of an old friend
Pit Pass
By Drew Hierwarter
Alan Kulwicki's Hooters Ford Thunderbird
Miniature Memorials
Mike Dowd's annual brush with greatness
Plastic Fantastic Finishes
By Pat Covert
A roundup of acrylic paints for model cars, Part One: Waterbase acrylics
Branching Out
By Tim Boyd
Another possibility for the 1934 Ford pickup: the "Branch Motor Express"
Model Car Chronicles
By Tim Boyd
AMT/Lindberg's 1934 Ford pickup
Rapid Delivery
By Tim Boyd
Building an AMT/Lindberg 1934 Ford pickup
Variations on a Theme
Building concepts for the 1934 Ford pickup
Scratchbuilding in Scale
By Ken Hamilton and Phil Melfi
The tarp of the heap
Columns
Masters in Miniature
Light Commercial
Truck Stop
Editor's Collection
On the Shelf
Tips & Technique
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Letters from your fellow scale auto enthusiasts
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Hobby Shop Directory
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