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AB 43 1/72 armored car

The armored car AB 43 in 1/72 by Italeri; an evolution of the previous AB 40 and 41 models. Equipped with a new larger turret, it kept the Breda 35 cannon in 20MM caliber as its main armament. with a coaxial 8 mm machine gun. Unfortunately the AB 43 was never in service with the units of the Royal Italian Army as production was only started in 1944 under the control of the German army, which had occupied the Italian industries following the armistice of September 1943

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