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GERMAN 8TON SEMITRACK 20MMFLAKVIERLING SDKFZ 7/1

GERMAN 8TON SEMITRACK 20MMFLAKVIERLING SDKFZ 7/1, THE BOX CONTAINS 5 FIGURES IN WINTER UNIFORM AND EVERYTHING NECESSARY TO MOBILE AND BUILD THE VEHICLE, EXCLUDING GLUE AND COLORS, SCALE 1:35 TAMIYA 35050

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