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The first member of RFM's Panzer III family will be an Ausf J, and will be pre-sold next week.
The kit features Workable Track Links & Torsion Bar Suspension System, different armour options and photo etch details.

There is also a separated upgrade set, with additional photoetch parts and 3D printer clamps, fire extinguisher and cable eyes.
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These are great kits that I, well-stocked with Dragon kits back when they didn't seem so overpriced, no longer need.
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