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1/300 Tatra 813 Deploying AM-50 Bridge 3d printed

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1/300 Tatra 813 Deploying AM-50 Bridge 3d printed
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1/300 Tatra 813 Deploying AM-50 Bridge 3d printed
1/300 Tatra 813 Deploying AM-50 Bridge 3d printed

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1/300 Tatra 813 Deploying AM-50 Bridge 3d printed
1/300 Tatra 813 Deploying AM-50 Bridge 3d printed

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1/300 Tatra 813 Deploying AM-50 Bridge

$6.36
3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
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Product Description
The AM-50 is a bridging system bridging system developed in Czechoslovakia. Up to eight sections can be linked together to cross wide rivers. The bridge is carried on a Tatra 813 cross-country truck that also can deploy the bridge.

The Czech Army has a short article about the AM-50. And there is a Flickr photostream of the truck in action.

This item consists of a truck deploying a bridge section. A set of two trucks carrying the bridges plus two deployed bridge sections is also available.

Other Warsaw Pact engineering equipment can be found at Luke Ueda Sarson's shop. On his blog he has an entry with a picture of the model being used in a game (close to the end of the article).
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1/300 Tatra 813 Deploying AM-50 Bridge
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1.07 x 4.68 x 2.56 cm
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