Click here for a preview of the new 1962 Corvette from Revell!
Click here for a preview of the Mongoose Rail Dragster!
Click here for a review of the Hudson Hornet!

Click here for a preview of the KS Pittman Willys!


Click here for a preview of the Simil'R Ford GT GT1 kit!


Click here for a preview of the AMT 1976 Gremlin!


Click here for the latest article from Scott Harvieux on the Tamiya LFA!


Click here for photos from the NNL North

February brings us to Motorcycle theme and the new "paint swap". So, break out your two wheelers, old and new along with any extra paints you don't need anymore.


RPM is a club dedicated to the building of scale replicas from the motor racing and automotive genres.

We are in our fifteenth year and have grown to be the largest model car club in the area. Our goal is to further the art of building automobile models through regular monthly meetings, local and regional model contests and shows, our website, and a monthly newsletter. Our members are experts in all areas of modeling and are always available to offer advice and demonstrate more effective ways to enhance the hobby. Individual interests vary and include drag racing, circle track, F1, exotics, even off-road. Many of our builders are also proficient in aircraft, armor, ships, and science fiction modeling as well.

Although we are based in the Minneapolis and St. Paul area, we have members throughout the United States and we are always interested in growing. The club is open to anyone, any age, with an interest in modeling any motor sport subject.

RPM is the perfect resource to go to for advice, building tips, finding that elusive part or kit, or just great social interaction without all the drama. Browse or website to see more of who we are and what we offer.

We don't believe belonging to a club has to be expensive or time consuming, so we currently have a yearly dues of only $10, and do not require attendance for membership. We hope to see you at one of our meetings soon. Thanks.

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Since 11/16/2006