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Metal Earth – 1925 Ford model T Runabout

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1925 Ford Model T Runabout Number Of Sheets 2.25 Sheets Difficulty Moderate Assembled Size 3.07"(L) x 1.77"(W) x 1.89"(H)

Metal Earth – 1937 Ford pickup

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1937 Ford Pickup Number Of Sheets 2 Sheets Difficulty Moderate Assembled Size 3.54"(L) x 1.38"(W) x 1.38"(H)

Metal Earth – 1932 Ford coupe

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1932 Ford Coupe Number Of Sheets 2.25 Sheets Difficulty Moderate Assembled Size 3.54"(L) x 1.57"(W) x 1.38"(H)

Metal Earth – 1931 Ford model A

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1931 Ford Model A Number Of Sheets 2 Sheets Difficulty Moderate Assembled Size 3.35"(L) x 1.46"(W) x 1.57"(H)

Metal Earth – 1910 Ford model T

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1910 Ford Model T Number Of Sheets 2 Sheets Difficulty Moderate Assembled Size 3.15"(L) x 1.57"(W) x 1.57"(H)

Metal Earth – 4-4-0 Locomotive

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Wild West 4-4-0 Locomotive Number Of Sheets 4 Sheets Difficulty Challenging

Metal Earth – 1934 Packard Twelve Convertible

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1934 Packard Twelve Convertible This was Packard’s flagship. It was the car positioned to take on the best from Cadillac and Lincoln throughout the depths of the Great Depression. It was named for its 12 cylinder engine, which was ideal to power Packard’s top model. Number Of Sheets 2.5 Sheets Difficulty Moderate Assembled Size 3.74"L x 1.34"W x 1.18"H

Metal Earth – Big Apple tour bus

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The hop-on, hop-off New York City tour bus has become an iconic image around the city. Similar tour buses have become popular in many large cities as a fun and efficient way to see the sites. Number Of Sheets 3 Sheets Difficulty Moderate Assembled Size 4.02"L x 1.06"W x 1.34"H

Metal Earth – Melbourne W-class tram

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Melbourne W-class Tram Is a family of electric trams built between 1923 and 1956. In total 752 trams were built. A small fleet continues to operate on the tramway network of Melbourne. The W-class tram has become a cultural icon and those that remain in Melbourne are classified by the National Trust of Australia. Number Of Sheets 2 Sheets Difficulty Moderate Assembled Size 4.75"L x 0.8"W x 1.3"H

Metal Earth – P-51d Mustang

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P-51D Mustang Sweet Arlene Is an American long-range, single-seat fighter and fighter-bomber used during World War II and the Korean War. This P-51D model was flown by Lt. Bowers of the 4th Fighter Group, 334th Squadron. It was named "Sweet Arlene" and was credited with six enemy aircraft destroyed. Instructions to assemble this model with a raised landing gear configuration can be found here: https://www.metalearth.com/flyingp51 Number Of Sheets 2 Sheets Difficulty Challenging Assembled Size 4.5"L x 5.5"W x 2.5"H

Metal Earth – B-24 Liberator

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B-24 Liberator The consolidated B-24 Liberator, first flown in 1939, began active service in 1941 and was the most produced American aircraft of World War II, with 18,482 built. The Liberator was used in every theater of the war and for a variety of missions from long-range bombing and submarine patrol, to transporting high priority cargo and VIPs. DIAMOND LIL was the 18th production B-24 built. Today Diamond Lil is one of two airworthy B-24s. Number Of Sheets 3 Sheets Difficulty Challenging

Metal Earth – Fokker dr. 1 Triplane

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Fokker Dr.I Triplane Was flown in World War I by the famous Manfred Von Richthofen. The plane's tri-wing design allowed for superior maneuverability which was critical to WWI dogfighting. Due to the triplane's crimson color, Richthofen was dubbed the 'Red Devil' by the WWI French (this nickname was changed to 'Red Baron' after the war). Number Of Sheets 2 Sheets Difficulty Moderate Assembled Size 3.22"(L) x 4.1"(W) x 1.88"(H)