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An illustrated catalogue of the Rampini’s collection of the car models and toys produced in France until 1980, completed with production datas, the ma...
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An illustrated catalogue of the Rampini’s collection of the car models and toys produced in France until 1980, completed with production datas, the manufacturer’s profile, scale, colours and detailed photographs in order to give all necessary information to the collectors and to this kind of model cars’ enthusiasts.
Products specifications
Binding Hardbound
Pages 290
Size cm. 22x31
Colour Pictures 320
Publishing Date 2004
Text Italian
Text English
Author Rampini Paolo
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