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Looks real to me.

March 17 2006 at 8:39 PM
Shane Black  (Login horra)
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Response to is this fake?

And I agree with Brad, it's a happy day to see a new pic of an A7V. I still await the day when a photo might emerge of 564, the only A7V that Hundleby and Strasheim state they couldn't find when they published their book on the vehicle.

 
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