Revell 85-1230 SnapTite Max Abrahms M1A1 Tank Model Kit - B01M3XVYN5Revell 85-1230 SnapTite Max Abrahms M1A1 Tank Model Kit - B01M3XVYN5Revell 85-1230 SnapTite Max Abrahms M1A1 Tank Model Kit - B01M3XVYN5
Revell 85-1230 SnapTite Max Abrahms M1A1 Tank Model Kit - B01M3XVYN5
Revell 85-1230 SnapTite Max Abrahms M1A1 Tank Model Kit - B01M3XVYN5 Revell 85-1230 SnapTite Max Abrahms M1A1 Tank Model Kit - B01M3XVYN5

Revell 85-1230 SnapTite Max Abrahms M1A1 Tank Model Kit - B01M3XVYN5

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  • Enhance the communication and critical thinking skills of your junior soldier with the construction of this 35-piece model kit

  • Your child will boost their fine motor skills as they snap together the pre painted pieces and apply the decals, no paint or glue required

  • Kit features screw-on chassis, rolling soft black wheels with metal axles, and roof mounted TOW missile launcher

  • Highly mobile and extremely versatile, the Humvee is a powerful asset in the U.S. Army's arsenal. Originally, HUMVEEs were designed to replace the Jeeps of WWII and Vietnam with a more reliable, purpose-built military vehicle. As the tactics of America's opponents have changed, so has the HUMVEE. Recently, many have been modified with armor and heavy weapons, such as the TOW missile launcher on this kit. This Apatite kit features screw-on chassis, rolling wheels with metal axles and peel and stick decals with colorful graphics. The "Humvee" has been in production since 1985 and is still as revolutionary today as it was then. Originally developed for the U.S. Army to replace numerous older vehicles, it's become the workhorse of the military and is recognized worldwide. Not your everyday 4 x 4, it's low and wide stance makes it a stable, road-hugging truck that's difficult to roll over. Extremely versatile, mobile and reliable, it's exactly what the military needed.

    Revell 85-1230 SnapTite Max Abrahms M1A1 Tank Model Kit - B01M3XVYN5

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