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  1. Ok, I hadn't planned to start this but things happen. This is my first RFM build. I have a couple more of their kits in the stash. This will be mostly an OOB box build except for the additional tracks that Firefly crews were known to add as applique armour.
  2. 1:35 German Staff Car Type 82E Ryefield Model (RFM) Catalogue # 5023 Three main versions were developed from the beetle chassis. The Kommandeurswagen (commander’s car), Kubelwagen (bucket car), and Schwimmwagen (amphibious car). The beetle was designed in 1932 in a response to the succesfull model T Ford. As a matter of fact Hitler wanted to go head to head in trying to out-perform Ford in producing cars in numbers. In 1938 the Beetle was militarized in response to produce a light vehicle that would weigh no more than 950 kg, including 4 fully dressed soldiers. This became the
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