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By the second World War, Harley had developed a foothold as the American motorcycle company, and when war again broke out in Europe, Harley-Davidson, again, answered the call. This time, they modified their popular civilian model, the WL, into the WLA. The monstrous 550-pound machines were powered b...
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By the second World War, Harley had developed a foothold as the American motorcycle company, and when war again broke out in Europe, Harley-Davidson, again, answered the call. This time, they modified their popular civilian model, the WL, into the WLA. The monstrous 550-pound machines were powered by Harleys now-famous (and practically bulletproof) 45-inch flat-head motor. They were quick, easy to work on in the field, and could take a hell of a beating on the road. About MiniArtMiniArt Models was established in 2001 in Simferopol, Ukraine. After two years of initial research and development, MiniArt Models released its first model kit in 2003 35002 SOVIET INFANTRY ON THE MARCH. In that year, we brought a total of fourteen new model kits to the market through their network of established distribution companies around the world. We also released our now famous vacuum-formed buildings in what would become a new series called Buildings, Accessories and Dioramas.

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By the second World War, Harley had developed a foothold as the American motorcycle company, and when war again broke out in Europe, Harley-Davidson, again, answered the call. This time, they modified their popular civilian model, the WL, into the WLA. The monstrous 550-pound machines were powered by Harleys now-famous (and practically bulletproof) 45-inch flat-head motor. They were quick, easy to work on in the field, and could take a hell of a beating on the road. About MiniArtMiniArt Models was established in 2001 in Simferopol, Ukraine. After two years of initial research and development, MiniArt Models released its first model kit in 2003 35002 SOVIET INFANTRY ON THE MARCH. In that year, we brought a total of fourteen new model kits to the market through their network of established distribution companies around the world. We also released our now famous vacuum-formed buildings in what would become a new series called Buildings, Accessories and Dioramas.
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By the second World War, Harley had developed a foothold as the American motorcycle company, and when war again broke out in Europe, Harley-Davidson, again, answered the call. This time, they modified their popular civilian model, the WL, into the WLA. The monstrous 550-pound machines were powered by Harleys now-famous (and practically bulletproof) 45-inch flat-head motor. They were quick, easy to work on in the field, and could take a hell of a beating on the road. About MiniArtMiniArt Models was established in 2001 in Simferopol, Ukraine. After two years of initial research and development, MiniArt Models released its first model kit in 2003 35002 SOVIET INFANTRY ON THE MARCH. In that year, we brought a total of fourteen new model kits to the market through their network of established distribution companies around the world. We also released our now famous vacuum-formed buildings in what would become a new series called Buildings, Accessories and Dioramas.

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