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Series: Special Museum Line

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Opel Blitz; German truck with American heart (cover title: Opel Blitz in detail; German WWII truck in Czech private collections) by František Kořán1
I1-2 Type 3 and I1-10 / Avia B-33 in Detail (Special Museum Line, No. 2) by Frantisek Koran2
TBM / TBF Avenger in Detail - Airworthy Aircraft in Private Collections World Wide Special Museum Line No. 34 by Frantisek Koran4
Jeep in Detail: Willys MA & MB in the First 50 Years of Service, First Part (Special Museum Line No. 5) by Frantisek Koran5
Avia S-199 and CS-199 in Detail - One of the Messerschmitt Bf-109 G / K Successors from Czechoslovak Post War Production - Photo Manual for Modelers Special Museum Line No. 7 by Frantisek Koran7
VW Kubelwagen in Detail (Special Museum Line No. 8) by Jan Mostek8
Israeli Aircraft in Detail Part One - Israel Air Force Museum at Hatzerim (Special Museum Line 13) by Daniel Petz13
Israeli Armour in Detail - Israel Defence Forces Armoured Corp Museum at Latrun and IAF Museum at Hatzerim - Part Two by Karel and Petz Hellebrand, Daniel14
Israeli Aircraft in Detail Part Two - Israel Air Force Museum at Hatzerim by Daniel Petz17
Spitfire LF. Mk.IX in Detail - Spitfire Lf Mk IX from the Czech National Technical Museum's Collection in Kelby Aviation Museum Exhibition and of the Imperial War Museums Collection in Duxford Special Museum Line No. 26 by Frantisek Koran26
Amphibious Jeeps in Detail - Ford GPA GAZ-46 MAV & Skoda 973 - Special Museum Line No. 32 by František Kořán32
M24 Chaffee in Detail (Special Museum Line No. 40) by Frantisek Koran40
Dinah in Detail - Ki-46III in the RAF Museum at Cosford - Photo Manual for Modelers - Special Museum Line No. 41 by Petr Dousek41
Bf-109G2 in Detail - Messerschmitt Bf 109G-2 Trop Black 6 in the RAF Museum at Hendon - Photo Manual for Modelers - Special Museum Line No. 43 by Petr Dousek43

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