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Animatronic heads from “Harry And The Hendersons”.
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I m paleo-sculptor and i have builds myself a PTEROSAUR QUETZALCOATLUS NORTHROPI from 6 M 40 AND 9 m WINGSPAN for fly in radio control RC, and for exibition theme, minéraux, modélisme etc, et, exuse me but i do not know send pictur, i have not your e-mail????.
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