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1/24 Grumman F6F-5 Hellcat

1/24 Injection Plastic Kit

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ARFA06015

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Manufacturer
Airfix

Product Features:

  • Date Released: February 2018
  • Decals Included?: YES
  • Includes Metal Parts: NO
  • Needs Glue?: YES
  • Needs Paints?: YES
  • Package Size: 43.0cm x 21.0cm x 6.5cm
  • Photoetched parts included: NO
  • Resin parts included : NO
  • Skill Level: 3
  • Weight: 550 gr
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    • [Dimensions]: Approx. L 22.4 cm x W 28.6 cm

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    • Date Released February 2018
    • Decals Included? YES
    • Includes Metal Parts NO
    • Needs Glue? YES
    • Needs Paints? YES
    • Package Size 43.0cm x 21.0cm x 6.5cm
    • Photoetched parts included NO
    • Resin parts included NO
    • Skill Level 3
    • Weight 550 gr

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