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    metalbox 1:6 Opel Blizt German WWII truck model

    Fully detailed chassis and underframe manufactured in metal

    The carriage is manufactured in wood

    The door and engine cover can be opened and the carriage board is unfoldable

    current Opel truck model has equipped with deferential on the rear wheel,The model can have exceptional manoeurve capabilities like the actual opel truck if installed motion pack

    Rubber tyre

    Product comes in German gray camouflage,North Africa Desert Camo, have fudamental weathering painting.

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    Do you have any pictures of the african camo version?

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    好早的新闻~哈哈~~

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    I wonder what the Beast is going for?

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    I will have start buying lottery tickets again. I am sure it costs a bundle but really is exceptional.

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    ¥ 9,500. 00

    well, if I copy and paste ¥ 9,500. 00 into Google, it says it costs only 90.9815 U.S. dollars. I'm thinking there's a zero missing somewhere....

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    Err .. You've confused the sign for Chinese Yuan (Ren Min Bi) to the Japanese Yen. The two words have a common root so they sound similar. As for symbols representing, the Chinese Yuan has a single cross bar acrossed the "Y", whereas the Jap. Yen has double cross bar. The value of Chinese Yuan currently is roughly 7.5 to 1 US Dollar.

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    Cost of truck: Impressive
    Cost of shipping: Something approaching national budget
    Being able to beat an attacking Grizzly to his knees with this truck, without damaging it:

    Priceless
    You are
    What you do
    When it counts---The Masao
    - Ryan Bonaminio lived his life this way -

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    Has anybody ordered from this site?

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    Were these the guys who teased a 1/6 modern 5 ton truck a year ago? Man I'd be in trouble if they did that or the 7 ton MTVR truck.
    Always do your best in everything you do, and live on, happy. - Aya

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    $1336.00 removes it from my list.

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    North Africa Desert camouflage

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    That fact that its $1446.48 makes me hate metalbox.

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