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Zvezda Plastic Models
Zvezda Plastic Models - Zvezda is the largest kit and one of the important game manufacturers in Russia. Their hobby products encompass many different scales , time periods and showcase many figures, armored vehicles , airplanes,ships and buildings throughout history.
1/35 WWII Soviet Light Truck GAZ-AA
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ITEM NO: ZVE 3602
EAN-13 BARCODE: 4600327036025
SCALE: 1:35
ANNOUNCED ON: 5/26/2015
ARRIVED ON: 12/28/2005
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Re-Issue in July 2015

Barcode: 4600327 03602 5
Packaging: 20 pieces per master carton

1/35 WWII Soviet Light Truck GAZ-AA

This truck was the first mass produced truck in the Soviet Union and the standard workhorse of the Red Army during WWII.

On 29th January 1932 the first GAZ-AA truck was manufactured. This truck would finish the war as the most mass produced in the world. This 1.5 ton capacity truck was affectionately nick named “Polutorka” (“Poltora” meaning one and a half in Russian). This truck became a legend together with the T34 and Katyusha rocket launcher. It was incredibly durable running on low octane fuel easily maintained in the field with excellent allterrain capabilities.