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1/48 Wings of Glory Showing up (again)

When 21st Century went out of business, I was one of those that mourned their departure. My kids saw me collecting them and I saw them playing with some of those that came in less than perfect boxes. Collectors have been looking for a replacement,  there's enthusiasm and the wallets are open. But  we are being left neglected. 2010 brought Forces of Valor to Target stores. Other than 1/32 and 1/18 Abrams & Bradley Tanks (both,

Unimax 1/72 Abrams and Bradley

This is a diorama of a fictional battle of Fallujah made with Unimax 1/72 Abrams M1-A1 and Bradleys M3-A2. These Military Toys are exclusive to Target stores as you can see on the boxed pictures. They are very affordable at $5.00 each. This diorama was a weekend project with my son using a Scene-Arama base, plaster of paris and utility poles also from other Unimax Toys. The Abrams and Bradley were painted in NATO colors

1/18 Abrams M1-A1 Tank from Unimax, Bravo Team

Here in the states, the Unimax Toys for the most part, bear the seal of ONLY AT TARGET seal meaning that they are Target Store exclusive toys. These are cool military toys that if you are into collecting them, get them while you can from your local Target. The Unimax 1:18 Abrams Tank is currently priced at $29.99 USD. The 1:18 Abrams come with the turret separate inside the box, yet it is still a

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