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B.A. AMT A-Team GMC Van Model Kit

 

a team van

 

AMT GMC A-Team Van. One of the few models kits ever made with a GMC grille instead of Chevy.

This kit also includes a sitting B.A (Bad Ass) Mr T. figure. (unfortunately they didn't do the whole A-Team group. Murdock would have been cool). Also extra parts are there, such as the bumper grille, wing, etc.

You know George Barris probably built this vehicle because it has the Turbo-fan type wheels. He must get those plenty cheap. He's used them Farrah's' Vette and the Dukes of Hazzard Charger.

There are not many van kits out there, so this would be worth grabbing if those interest you.

 

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