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Breyer America's Wild Mustangs Bee'Xooti,Chestnut Mare with Nookuhene, Bay Pinto Foal

Breyer Americas Wild Mustangs BeeXooti,Chestnut Mare with Nookuhene, Bay Pinto Foal
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  • Brand:Breyer  
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    • Sales Rank:453,068
    • Media:Misc.
    • Shipping Weight (lbs):0.7
    • Dimensions (in):12.3 x 8.3 x 3.4
    • UPC:019756752071
    • EAN:0019756752071
    • ASIN:B005OTP7PK

    Features:
    • Classic Size set of two wild Mustangs.
    • Part of the Wild American Horse series.

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    Breyer America's Wild Mustangs Bee'Xooti,Chestnut Mare with Nookuhene, Bay Pinto Foal. Classic Size set of two wild Mustangs. Part of the Wild American Horse series.
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