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Master Fighter: 1/48th Scale U.S. Infantry Mechanized

From the Master Fighter line, a set of 1/48th infantry and accessories for Solido's U.S. halftrack.

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"The South Africans referred to the vehicle as the "South African Reconnaissance Car, Mark -" while the British referred to the vehicle as "Armoured Cars, Marmon-Herrington, Mark -". The South African name for the vehicle is a more accurately description. There were actually eight versions of the South African Reconnaissance Car. The last three (Mk VI, VII, VIII) were produced as prototypes only. Also, the quantity of eight includes treating the Mark IV and the Mark IVF as different versions."
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