|USS Hornet 1/700 Kit |
The Hornet first sailed in 1942 and gained fame when "Doolittle's Raiders" launched from her deck in their B-25s. The Hornet survived 372 days before sustaining heavy damage, and ultimately sinking, at the Battle of Santa Cruz. This detailed, plastic "water line" kit features engraved surface details; a realistic command tower with windows, railings and antennae; anti-aircraft guns; lifeboats; and the 16 Doolittle B-25s. 13¾" long; assembly required.
|Type VIIC U-Boat 1/72 Kit |
A replica of a Type VII C U-boat, the workhorse of the German submarine fleet in World War II, this 1/72 scale plastic kit features a finely scribed hull with simulated rivets and weld seams, a detailed deck with a choice of two conning tower variants, simulated flood valves and vents, optional-position torpedo hatches, movable control surfaces, a rotating 20 mm anti-aircraft gun, an 88 mm cannon, a choice of five markings, and more. Measures 36¾" long; 135 parts, skill level 5.
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