Tamiya 1/700 Japanese Aircraft Carrier Zuikaku Kit TA-31214
Ready to assemble precision model kit
Tamiya's veteran kit of the IJN aircraft carrier Zuikaku.
Package Size: 39.0 x 15.0 x 4.5 cm
Weight: 280 gm
Tamiya 1/700 U.S. Navy Battleship BB -63 Missouri Kit TA-31613
Hull is split left/right with a third bottom piece.
Main guns secured with polycap grommets to turn after assembly.
Includes OS2U Kingfisher and SC-1 Seahawk aircraft, too. 20 and 40mm guns are beautifully and finely molded.
Package Size: 44.0 x 14.6 x 5.8 cm
Weight: 380 gm
Tamiya 1/700 Japanese Aircraft Carrier Shinano Kit TA-31215
Tamiya has crisply reproduced the little details that distinguish this one-of-a-kind vessel.
Comes with a mixture of 32 late-war attack aircraft, molded in transparent plastic.
Package Size: 39.0 x 15.0 x 5.8 cm
Weight: 360 gm
Tamiya 1/350 US Battleship BB-62 New Jersey Kit TA-78028
Features a complement of newly-tooled detail parts for radars, auxiliary armament, & a set of photo-etched metal detail parts for radars & antennas.
Includes a display stand & a 16-page reference manual in English, German, French, & Japanese.
Length: 774 mm
Beam 94.5 mm
Tamiya 1/700 Japanese Aircraft Carrier Taiho Kit TA-31211
Completed length: 369 mm
Ready to assemble precision model kit
Highly detailed exterior
Several different guns included for armament.
Metal piece included for floatation assistant.
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