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1/400 Titan IIIC w/Launch Pad

Product Description

Dragon Space Collection 56228 - 1/400 Titan IIIC w/Launch Pad

Features:

  • Highly detailed
  • True to 1/400
  • Highly collectible
  • High quality diecast construction
Sku: DR56228
Vendor: Dragon
HK$238.00
Maximum quantity available reached.

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