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Donar Self Propelled Howitzer and U.S. Marines RST-V

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Two latest model by tekzo (Rizky) Donar 155 mm self-propelled howitzer and U.S. Marines RST-V Hybrid Tactical Vehicle, both with a scale of 1 / 35. Both are well designed with amazing detail, especially on the model Tactical Hybrid Vehicle. He even made a passenger seat and the interior of the vehicle, the door can be opened! Incredibly. you can download these great patterns on his blog.

 

 

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