Soviet T34/76 (3A POAHHY!)

Produktnummer: RA025-3
Hersteller: King and Country
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Produktinformationen "Soviet T34/76 (3A POAHHY!)"
Edition Size: 150
 
Released: 2012/04
 
Retired: 2012/04
 
Description:
This last of the trio has the Russian slogan painted on the side of the turret which means "For the Motherland" and again comes complete with a tank commander figure.

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