Tom...can't answer your question but...did you post...

February 11 2017 at 6:40 AM
Mike R  (Login JMRiederman)
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Response to So, how many of the late war heavy US prototypes are in plastic now?

over on ML something to the effect about these US test subject heavy tanks meant you didn't need your Italeri M-47's for scratchbuilding projects now? Just wondering I'm looking for a complete Italeri M-47 for a project and I don't want to sell off our daughter for one:) Mike mmlriedeman@comcast.net

 
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