Down and dirty.  Let'em rip and split before the cops show up.  These 1/32 true scale cars may be re-bodied with Boss Bodies, Pattos,  or other brand true scale street car bodies.  1948 to present day, it's all good.  Just prove that your car was legal to drive on the road. Big thanks to Model Car Magazine for providing support for this year's series.

If you are concerned about upcoming laws that may affect your hot rod or classic car, check out the SEMA Action Network.  In NH, contact Rep. Steven Smith.

For 2019, Model Cars Magazine is on board as the title sponsor.  In these days of digital experiences, there are fewer and fewer actual magazines. I hate that. The experience of grabbing a cup of coffee, settling into a chair, and digesting the contents of a magazine without distraction is unique. You can cut pictures out for your wall. You can keep it on your workbench and refer to "how to" articles as you build a car. Fortunately, Gregg Hutchings has kept this experience alive for a core group of us. Model car builders and slot car racers may be modern people and lead digitally connected lives, but we also tune out the noise as we sit at our workbench or desk and build with tools and our hands. I race slot cars for a lot of reasons, but among them is my belief that focusing on a job as we build something tangible and have a non-digital experience is vital to preserve. Gregg helps us complete that experience by allowing us to have an actual copy of a real magazine on the bench as we work.

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