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Packard Merlin P51d Aircraft Engine Model Kit. Plastic. 1/48 Scale. on 2040-parts.com

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Santa Barbara, California, United States

Santa Barbara, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:Kendall Model Co. Manufacturer Part Number:48-5008

Kendall Model Co. 1/48 scale of P51D Merlin engine.

Selling for a friend who has collected Packards of the `20s thru `50s and has a supply of parts which he no longer needs. 
I require insurance on items selling for $20 or more. If shipping costs calced by ebay shipping calculator seem too high, don't worry, I'll send the least expensive way possible and will refund excess postage paid if difference is significant. Seller does not do "Buy it Now".

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