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F/A-18A Fuerza Aerea Argentina (fictional)


F/A-18A Hornet Ficticio de la fuerza aerea argentina pintado como los a-4ar del g5c.

Contiene: Skin Ficticio y aeronave necesaria para utilizarla.

Creditos a The Mirage Factory por hacer la aeronave original, yo solo hice el skin argentino.


 

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