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M730 A1 Chaparral

Air Defense Missile System

AFV Club | No. AF3502 | 1:35

Boxart M730 A1 Chaparral AF3502 AFV Club

Facts

Brand:AFV Club
Title:M730 A1 Chaparral Air Defense Missile System
Number:AF3502
Scale:1:35
Type:Full kit
Released:1989 | Rebox (Unknown what changed)
Topic:M730 » Self-propelled artillery (Vehicles)

Markings

M730

M730A1 Chaparral
US US Army (1784-now) Military
  • 12070571
    Woodland

  • 1991
    MM1706 Sand
IL זרוע היבשה (Israeli Ground Forces 1948-now) Military

  • IDF Sand
TW 中華民國陸軍 (Republic of China (Taiwan) Army 1947-now) Military
  • AA Co. 49-51018
    Green

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