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Mandingo Rex

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To Mandingo Rex, thanks so much for posting these. I've spent the early afternoon printing and cutting, getting ready to put my Optimus Prime shelf together. I've always hated how I didn't have anything but the bare shelf walls. After searching around, I found your post and eventually printed a Nemesis panel. I'm now working on a more complete interior of the Ark with Teletraan I. Thanks again. I'll post pics when it's complete. In the meantime, here's a link to a Facebook post on my WIP.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/transformerscustoms/763940010340423/?notif_t=like

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Hi Guys:

A little late to this party.   Does anyone know where I can download these awesome printables?   

All the links do not work because they haven't been updated in 6 months.   I guess if it isn't touched in 6 months the get removed.  

I love them and would love to download them for displaying - please let me know if anyone has them or can send a link.  Thanks

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