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Part#: RMX850321
Revell 1/72 US Navy Swift Boat MK.I


Skill Level: 4
Scale: 1/72
Length: 8.30"
Parts: 93
A model construction kit of the heavily armed US Navy patrol boat used in the Mekong Delta during the Vietnam War.
• One piece hull
• Detailed superstructure
• Two machine guns
• Interior fittings
• Display stand
• Authentic decal set for PCF-9, PCF-65, PCF-103
• Molded in light grey
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Part#: ATM750 (AANL750)
ATLANTIS 1/300 USS Nautilus Submarine STEM plastic model kit

1/300 Scale. Measures over 12 inches long. Molded in Dark black gray and clear. Updated decal sheet and new artwork. Skill level 2. This kit also comes with a STEM booklet explaining the history of early submarine development. A great learning tool for all. Atlantis acquired this tooling last year from Round 2.

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Part#: RMX851237
Revell Monogram - 1:35 The Black Diamond Pirate Ship

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Part#: AANL77257
ATLANIS Monitor and Merrimac/Virginia Plastic Model kit Set

Monitor measures 8.25" long and Merrimac measures 14" long. Please note this tooling comes from Lindberg originally not the Pyro tooling. Completely different. The Merrimac Scale is 1/300 and the Monitor is 1/210 Scale. 2 Ironclad ships included. Comes with Vacu-formed seascape base and individual display stands if you choose not to use the base. Updated decals and historical booklet. Detailed instructions. Molded in light gray. Build this detailed historical scene only with Atlantis.

On March 9, 1862 a naval battle took place off the coast of Virginia that would forever change warfare at sea. This infamous battle is relived with Atlantis Models The Battle of the Ironclads historical diorama scene. This plastic model set comes with a historical booklet describing the Battle of Hampton Roads and the development of the first ironclad ships leading up to the faceoff. Perfect for a school project. The ships also come with their own individual display stands and nameplates. This great moment in history changed naval warfare forever and made every other navy in the world obsolete. It was an awesome and dangerous achievement in a sad and bitter war.


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Part#: TAM31614

Naval history. Launched in 1942, the New Jersey was one of 4 Iowa class battleships built by

the U.S. Like other Iowa class ships she boasted a 45,000 ton displacement, an amazing
212,000hp, was packed with three turrets of 50 caliber 40.6cm triple guns, and despite her
large size, with hull stretching over 270m, was designed narrow enough to pass through the
Panama Canal. Following serving in major battles in the Pacific during WWII, she was then
deployed to both the Korean and Vietnam War. In 1982, she was upgraded with modern
technology and weapons systems enabling her to launch Tomahawk cruise missiles and
Harpoon anti-ship missiles. Whilst serving on missions in Central America, she was rushed
to the Mediterranean in 1983 to provide fire support in Beirut, Lebanon. After serving in the
Gulf War, she was decommissioned for the last time in 1991.
1/700 scale Waterline Series model of the BB-62 New Jersey following 1982 reforms.
Constructed via left-right halves for easy assembly.
Accurate reproduction of changes made in 1982 including lattice style mast, and Tomahawk
and Harpoon launchers.
40.6cm triple guns are moveable thanks to use of polycaps.
SH-60 Sea Hawk helicopter included for quality realistic finish.
Includes a large, detailed painting reference chart.

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Part#: RVL05165
REVELL OF GERMANY 1/72 Patrol Torpedo Boat PT-588/PT-57

Model kit of the patrols Torpedo boats of the US Navy used in large numbers in the Pacific War.
- Two-piece hull
- Detailed deck superstructures
- interiors
- Two rocket launchers
- torpedoes
- Various machine guns
- Display stand 

Authentic display of the following versions:
- PT-588, Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron THIRTY NINE (PTRon 39), Pacific Fleet, Samar, P.I., July 1945
- PT-579, Engine Torpedo Boat Squadron THIRTY NINE (PTRon 39), Pacific Fleet, Samar, P.I., July 1945

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Part#: TAM78007
TAMIYA U.S. Enterprise Aircraft Carrier

The United States Navy Aircraft Carrier CVN-65 Enterprise, also known as the "Big E", is the worlds largest ship and the first nuclear powered aircraft carrier. Webster defines the word Enterprise as meaning"Undertaking, Project, A business organization, Initiative, etc.", and the CVN-65 fits all of these definitions perfectly.

The carrier Enterprise is the 8th U.S. Naval vessel to carry the name, and the first one was launched in 1755 as a one masted sailing ship that served during the American Revolution and its displacement was only about 1/1000 of the current namesake. Following the end of the second conflict, the U.S. Navy had on hand 99 aircraft carriers, with another 39 under construction, but with the completion of hostilities construction was halted and many of the others were mothballed. In 1947, only 20 carriers were in active service, including the Midway. With the advent of jet aircraft and heavier gross weights of the new planes, a large 60,000 ton class of carrier was discussed to cover these needs. Construction was begun on CVB-58 in 1949, a 65,000 ton class carrier, but was halted after only five days, because of a change in political thinking, wherein emphasis was placed upon tactical long range bombers instead.


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Part#: TAM31712
Tamiya - 1/700 US Aircraft Carrier Yorktown

 The USS Yorktown was completed in September 1937 as the first ship of her namesake-class and the U.S. Navy's sixth aircraft carrier. When the Pacific War broke out, she became the flagship of Task Force 17 under the command of Rear Admiral Frank J. Fletcher and conducted a number of operations around the Pacific. During the Battle of the Coral Sea in May 1942, she helped thwart the Japanese Navy's advance on New Guinea despite suffering severe damage. Subsequently, at the Battle of Midway, the Yorktown and her sister ships USS Enterprise and USS Hornet defeated the Japanese Mobile Fleet, but the Yorktown herself suffered severe damage by torpedo and bomb hits from the aircraft of the Japanese carrier Hiryu. She was finally sunk by torpedoes from the Japanese submarine I-168. The Tamiya 1/700 scale model is a precise replica assembly kit of this iconic carrier during WWII.

Paint and assembly required.
Yorktown (CV-5) as she appeared during the Battle of Midway.
Hanger doors may be depicted in open or closed position
Elevator at the stern may be depicted in up or down position
Comes with parts to depict F4F Wildcats, Douglas SBD-3 Dauntlesses, and Douglas TBD-1 Devastators

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Part#: ATM352
ATLANTIS 1/320 USS Forrest Sherman Destroyer

Highly detailed kit which comes from the classic Revell tooling now owned by Atlantis. Measures 16 inches long when complete. Decals included for Forrest Sherman, Turner Joy and Edson destroyers. Flag Sheet. Skill level 2.

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Part#: ACD14220

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Part#: HSG40028

This is the 1:350 scale N.Y.K. Line Hikawa Maru Passenger Cargo Ship plastic model kit from Hasegawa.

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Part#: TAM78029

This is the 1:350 Scale US Battleship BB-63 Missouri Circa 1991 Plastic Model Kit from the Ship Series by Tamiya.

Highly detailed plastic pieces molded in grey and black 
1985 model has been updated with new parts to enable depiction  of the Missouri as she appeared in 1991
Newly tooled parts include the bridge area, Tomahawk launcher  deck, aft bridge deck, funnel, aft funnel mast, dome-shaped radar, No.1 turret ventilator, Mk.37 gun director, deck ventilator, and RQ-2 Pioneer, etc
Highly detailed 12.7cm guns, Mk.38 Gun Fire Control System, and Mk.13 Fire Control Radar  AA radar, surface search radar, and discone-cage antenna are  reproduced with both plastic and photo-etched parts 
Photo-etched parts and stainless steel wire 
Stand enables full hull display 
Reference manual with images included (16 pages)
Waterslide decals
Illustrated instructions

One plastic model

Hobby knife
Cement for plastics
Sprue cutters
Paint (Matte Black, Haze Gray, Dull Red, Wooden Deck Tan, Gunmetal, Gold Leaf, Metallic Blue, Flat Black, Flat White, Copper,  Sky Gray, Dark Gray, Field Blue, Flat Earth, Metallic  Gray, Dark Green, German Gray, Light Gray)

Scale: 1/350
Length: 30.47" (774mm)
Beam: 3.72" (94.5mm)
Height: 71.65" (182mm)  

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