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#HG4801 - British Bedford QL Aircraft Refueling Truck (1:72 Scale)

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German Opel Blitz 3-Ton V-2 Rocket T-Stoff Tanker
German Opel Blitz 3-Ton V-2 Rocket T-Stoff Tanker (1:72 Scale)
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In 1929, GM acquired the engine producer Adam Opel AG, based in Russelsheim, Germany, and with it, one of the most well regarded manufacturing plants in Europe. In the early 1930's, Opel introduced a fast light truck and called it Opel Blitz (lightning) and in 1935 opened the best and most modern truck factory in the world in Brandenburg. Although light in weight, the Blitz design could carry a considerable payload.
British Bedford QL Aircraft Refueling Truck
British Bedford QL Aircraft Refueling Truck (1:72 Scale)
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The Bedford QLT lorry was the most common British-made 4x4 truck produced, with over 52,000 supplied to the British Forces between 1941 and 1945. Many of these later continued in service with the British Army in Cyprus, Korea and Malaya.
German Opel Blitz T-Stoff Tanker
German Opel Blitz T-Stoff Tanker (1:72 Scale)
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List Price: $28.99
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You'll earn: 27 points
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In 1929, GM acquired the engine producer Adam Opel AG, based in Russelsheim, Germany, and with it, one of the most well regarded manufacturing plants in Europe. In the early 1930's, Opel introduced a fast light truck and called it Opel Blitz (lightning) and in 1935 opened the best and most modern truck factory in the world in Brandenburg. Although light in weight, the Blitz design could carry a considerable payload.
   
 
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