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    US Army M1A1 Abrams AIM
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1/72 US Army M1A1 Abrams AIM

by Dragon

$29.02 USD $36.28 USD

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This is an injection-plastic military vehicle model kit.

Ever since its first type was formalized in 1981, the American M1 Abrams tank remains the most powerful tank in the world. Various modifications have been made to its armor and firepower, as well as its electronic equipment being expanded and improved; this has strengthened the cooperation between infantry units and headquarters, and has also increased its attack power. In 1984, various parts were improved, such as replacing the main gun with a 120mm smooth cannon, and it evolved into the M1A1. The type known as M1A1 AIM is based on this M1A1 with improvements; it has been equipped with FLIR and various sensors.

This model kit from Dragon fully reproduces the M1A1 AIM Abrams, a U.S. military main battle tank that was active in Iraq in 2003; its sharp body design and style unique to modern tanks are fully reproduced. The upper part of the hull and turret are modeled with slide molds to accurately reproduce their shape, and also to allow easy assembly; the details of the rear engine deck are also delicately expressed. The gun barrel is molded in one piece, and the muzzle is reproduced in an open state. The shape and details of the rear of the hull, the tool bustle rack at the rear of the turret, and the on-board machine gun are also faithfully reproduced. The tracks are a one-piece belt-type that are easy to assemble. Place your order today!

  • [Size]: Approximately 13cm long when completed


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