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1/700 German Pocket Battleship Admiral Graf Spee 1937 1/700 German Pocket Battleship Admiral Graf Spee 1937
$48.99
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1/700 German Pocket Battleship Admiral Graf Spee 1937
1/700 German Pocket Battlship (Panzer Schiff) Admiral Graf 1/700 German Pocket Battlship (Panzer Schiff) Admiral Graf
$48.99
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1/700 German Pocket Battlship (Panzer Schiff) Admiral Graf
Academy 1/150 German Navy U-Boat Academy 1/150 German Navy U-Boat
$42.99
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Academy 1/150 German Navy U-Boat
Academy 1/350 Admiral Graf Spee ACA-14103 Academy 1/350 Admiral Graf Spee ACA-14103
$69.99
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Academy 1/350 Admiral Graf Spee
Academy 1/350 German Battleship Bismarck ACA-14109 Academy 1/350 German Battleship Bismarck ACA-14109
$79.99
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Academy 1/350 German Battleship Bismarck
Academy 1/800 Battleship Tirpitz + MTR 1438 Academy 1/800 Battleship Tirpitz + MTR 1438
$17.99
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Academy 1/800 Battleship Tirpitz + MTR 1438
Dragon 1/350 German Battleship Scharnhorst 1943 DR 1040 Dragon 1/350 German Battleship Scharnhorst 1943 DR 1040
$189.99
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Description

Crewmen included in 1/350 German Battleship Scharnhorst!!!

Dimensions: 66 x 10.2 x 30.5cm

An appropriate accessory included in this kit is a comprehensive set of 1/350 scale crewmen. Although the figures might be small, they are highly detailed and true to scale. These plastic-injected crewmen

Dragon 1/350 German Z-26 Destroyer (Smart Kit) DR 1064 Dragon 1/350 German Z-26 Destroyer (Smart Kit) DR 1064
$66.99
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Dragon 1/350 German Z-26 Destroyer (Smart Kit)
Dragon 1/350 German Z-32 Destroyer DR 1065 Dragon 1/350 German Z-32 Destroyer DR 1065
$66.99
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Description

Germany produced 15 Zerstörer 1936A-class destroyers. They were actually closer in size to a light cruiser than a destroyer, and notably they were known only by their hull numbers and didn’t receive any names. The 3,597-ton Z32 was laid down at the DeSchiMAG shipyard in Bremen on 1 November 1940, before being commissioned on 15 September 1942. Z32 and two accompanying ships

Dragon 1/350 German Z-38 Destroyer DR 1049 Dragon 1/350 German Z-38 Destroyer DR 1049
$68.99
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Description

Case pack: 20 Pieces per carton
Box Size: 8.3x18.9x2.6

Features:
- Newly tooled aft-superstructure
- Newly designed bridge made by slide-mold technology
- One-piece slide-molded upper hull w/undercut details realistically represented
- Waterline of full-hull version can be assembled
- Highly detailed portholes molded on hull
- Single AA gun w/finest

Dragon 1/350 German Z-39 Destroyer (Smart Kit) DR 1037 Dragon 1/350 German Z-39 Destroyer (Smart Kit) DR 1037
$66.99
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Description

Case Pack: 20 Pieces per case
Box Size: 8.3 x 18.9 x 2.6
Features:
- Newly tooled 3-directional slide-molded twin 150mm gun turret
- Newly tooled 37mm LM42 intricate reproduced
- Newly tooled mid supperstructure with 533mm torpedo launcher
- Delicate paravane is newly tooled
- Waterline or full-hull version can be assembled
- One-piece slide-molded

Dragon 1/700 German Z-38 Destroyer (Smart Kit) DR 7134 Dragon 1/700 German Z-38 Destroyer (Smart Kit) DR 7134
$34.99
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Description


Box Size: 7.5 x 11.4 x 1.8

Features:
- One waterline or one full-hull version can be assembled
- Accurate workboat stowage and captains boat are included
- Upper hull w/undercut details realistically represented
- Detailed funnels w/photo-etched funnel cap grills
- Intricate bridge rendered w/authentic details

Dragon 1/700 German Z-39 Destroyer - Smart Kit DR 7103 Dragon 1/700 German Z-39 Destroyer - Smart Kit DR 7103
$34.99
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Dragon 1/700 German Z-39 Destroyer - Smart Kit
Hobby Boss 1/350 DKM Navy Type IX-A U-Boat H83506 Hobby Boss 1/350 DKM Navy Type IX-A U-Boat H83506
$19.99
Available to order

Description

Designed in 1935-1936 as large ocean-going U-boats, they were derived from type IA. Diving depth designed as 100m operational and 200m crush depth (many boats went much deeper and survived). Fitted with 6 torpedo tubes below the waterline (4 at the bow and 2 at the stern) they carried 22 torpedoes. They had the same hydroplane and rudder layout as the VIIC. One periscope in the

Hobby Boss 1/350 DKM Navy Type VII-C U-Boat H83505 Hobby Boss 1/350 DKM Navy Type VII-C U-Boat H83505
$15.99
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Description

Type VIIC was a slightly modified version of the successful VIIB. They had basically the same engine layout and power, but were slightly larger and heavier which made them not quite as fast as the VIIB. 5 torpedo tubes (4 at the bow and one at the stern) were installed in all but the following boats; only two bow tubes (U-72, U-78, U-80, U-554 and U-555) and no stern tube (U-203,

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1/700 German Pocket Battleship Admiral Graf Spee 1937
1/700 German Pocket Battlship (Panzer Schiff) Admiral Graf
Academy 1/150 German Navy U-Boat
Academy 1/350 Admiral Graf Spee
Academy 1/350 German Battleship Bismarck
Academy 1/800 Battleship Tirpitz + MTR 1438

Description

Crewmen included in 1/350 German Battleship Scharnhorst!!!

Dimensions: 66 x 10.2 x 30.5cm

An appropriate accessory included in this kit is a comprehensive set of 1/350 scale crewmen. Although the figures might be small, they are highly detailed and true to scale. These plastic-injected crewmen

Dragon 1/350 German Z-26 Destroyer (Smart Kit)

Description

Germany produced 15 Zerstörer 1936A-class destroyers. They were actually closer in size to a light cruiser than a destroyer, and notably they were known only by their hull numbers and didn’t receive any names. The 3,597-ton Z32 was laid down at the DeSchiMAG shipyard in Bremen on 1 November 1940, before being commissioned on 15 September 1942. Z32 and two accompanying ships

Description

Case pack: 20 Pieces per carton
Box Size: 8.3x18.9x2.6

Features:
- Newly tooled aft-superstructure
- Newly designed bridge made by slide-mold technology
- One-piece slide-molded upper hull w/undercut details realistically represented
- Waterline of full-hull version can be assembled
- Highly detailed portholes molded on hull
- Single AA gun w/finest

Description

Case Pack: 20 Pieces per case
Box Size: 8.3 x 18.9 x 2.6
Features:
- Newly tooled 3-directional slide-molded twin 150mm gun turret
- Newly tooled 37mm LM42 intricate reproduced
- Newly tooled mid supperstructure with 533mm torpedo launcher
- Delicate paravane is newly tooled
- Waterline or full-hull version can be assembled
- One-piece slide-molded

Description


Box Size: 7.5 x 11.4 x 1.8

Features:
- One waterline or one full-hull version can be assembled
- Accurate workboat stowage and captains boat are included
- Upper hull w/undercut details realistically represented
- Detailed funnels w/photo-etched funnel cap grills
- Intricate bridge rendered w/authentic details

Dragon 1/700 German Z-39 Destroyer - Smart Kit

Description

Designed in 1935-1936 as large ocean-going U-boats, they were derived from type IA. Diving depth designed as 100m operational and 200m crush depth (many boats went much deeper and survived). Fitted with 6 torpedo tubes below the waterline (4 at the bow and 2 at the stern) they carried 22 torpedoes. They had the same hydroplane and rudder layout as the VIIC. One periscope in the

Description

Type VIIC was a slightly modified version of the successful VIIB. They had basically the same engine layout and power, but were slightly larger and heavier which made them not quite as fast as the VIIB. 5 torpedo tubes (4 at the bow and one at the stern) were installed in all but the following boats; only two bow tubes (U-72, U-78, U-80, U-554 and U-555) and no stern tube (U-203,