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I found these in my folders while cleaning my hdd.

Feel free to use these in your BATs.

They are SAT files, just import into 3ds max.

Enjoy!

 

THESE ARE NO FINISHED BATs OR LOTs!

FOR MODELLING ONLY!

 

... but this is only the first part ...





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