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Chemical Plant Set

IMX4911

Our Price: $29.99

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This much anticipated follow-up can be used as a stand alone set, or combined with the previously released Platformer, to create a gritty industrial landscape for sci-fi gaming. The Chemical Plant box contains over 300 pieces molded in easy to glue, and paint, polystyrene plastic. Now mazes of pipelines and storage tanks are easy to create - and what can be better than staging your next fight in the maze of a toxic waste dump?

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