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Scratchbuilt leaf springs

Published: April 1, 2004
One of the best ways to enhance a model car's suspension system is to do away with those thick, clunky, poorly detailed leaf springs and replace them with a set of properly scaled scratchbuilt springs. Florida modeler Keith Schafer's great tip can serve as a simple introduction to scratchbuilding and give any model with leaf springs a great new personality. Don't miss out on this tip and other subscriber extras! Subscribe to Scale Auto now!
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