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Ferrari 348 Ts Promotional Model Made By Hand For Factory By Bbr In Clear Dome. on 2040-parts.com

US $199.99
Location:

Canyon Lake, Texas, United States

Canyon Lake, Texas, United States
Condition:New with tags

Brand new, beautiful, never take out from box, original factory promotional model of red Ferrari 348 TS hand build by Italian BBR model company. The scale for this model is 1/43. This is limited edition with very low early # 33. I never take out model from the box. Not even from the clear dome display. You can see still the two seals on it. Absolutely in mint condition. Nobody that have in the hands, just me. All my parts, accessories, manuals, books, models, magazines and posters is stored in dark, non smoking room with A/C. I am selling all my stuff because of my age. I am on retirement. For shipping quote you can send me email with your zip code. I charge only actual shipping price and no any extra fees and yes, I can combine shipping. Thank you for looking.

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