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Academy 1/1000 RMS Titanic ACA-14217 Academy 1/1000 RMS Titanic ACA-14217
$23.99
Available to order

Description

Academy is back with another kit of the RMS Titanic, this time in 1/1000 scale. This new-tool gem is molded in multi-color plastic (MCP) and comes very close to being buildable without painting. The kit is molded in four different colors plus one tree of brass-plated plastic and presented on seven parts trees plus the bow and stern decks, lower hull, upper hull, and superstructure.

The

Academy 1/400 RMS Titanic White Star Line ACA-14215 Academy 1/400 RMS Titanic White Star Line ACA-14215
$89.99
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Academy 1/400 RMS Titanic White Star Line
Academy 1/700 R.M.S Titanic LED Set ACA-14220 Academy 1/700 R.M.S Titanic LED Set ACA-14220
$49.99
In stock

Description

A well known subject joins Academy’ s Multi-Colored Parts (MCP) Series, it’s (14220) 1/700 R.M.S. Titanic. 

The kit features an LED set which adds drama and brings the completed model to life. Deck structures are realistic, the hull is molded in color. 

The kit comes with display stand and nameplate. Because it’s an MCP kit needing

Academy 1/700 RMS Titanic - Coloured ACA-14214 Academy 1/700 RMS Titanic - Coloured ACA-14214
$39.99
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Academy 1/700 RMS Titanic - Coloured
Airfix 1/600 RMS Mauretania AIR-04207 Airfix 1/600 RMS Mauretania AIR-04207
$34.99
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Description

The Mauretania was built at Wallsend-on-Tyne and launched in 1906. For 22 years the Mauretania was the fastest North Atlantic passenger liner averaging 25 knots for the crossing. The Mauretania had nine decks with accommodation for 560 first class, 475 second class and 1,300 third class passengers. During WWI she served both as an armed cruiser and as a hospital ship. She

Airfix 1/600 RMS Queen Elizabeth 1 AIR-06201 Airfix 1/600 RMS Queen Elizabeth 1 AIR-06201
$44.99
In stock

Description

The 83,673 ton Queen Elizabeth was the largest liner in the world when it was built at Clydebank, Scotland and launched in September 1938. She served as a troop ship throughout WWII and was completely reconditioned before entering commercial service in October 1946 on the Cunard Line’s express service between Southampton, Cherbourgh and New York. At 1031ft long, she had accommodation

Minicraft 1/350 RMS Titanic Centennial MI11318 Minicraft 1/350 RMS Titanic Centennial MI11318
$129.00
Available to order

Description

No ship collection could be complete without a model of what is possibly the most famous ship in modern history. Though tragedy led to that fame, it is more important to consider the safety features now found on modern luxury vessels as a result of that tragedy. Few vessels have been studies as much as Titanic. This model was created from the most exacting data that could be

Revell 1/1200 Queen Elizabeth 2 REV-05806 Revell 1/1200 Queen Elizabeth 2 REV-05806
$15.99
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Revell 1/1200 Queen Elizabeth 2
Revell 1/1200 Queen Mary 2 Ocean Liner REV-05808 Revell 1/1200 Queen Mary 2 Ocean Liner REV-05808
$26.99
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Revell 1/1200 Queen Mary 2 Ocean Liner
Revell 1/1200 R.M.S. Titanic REV-05804 Revell 1/1200 R.M.S. Titanic REV-05804
$15.99
In stock

Description

Scale 1:1200
Skill Level 3
   
Original details:
 
Type description - Passenger-steamer
Year/Period - 1912
Speed - 24 Knoten
Length - 267 m
Width - 28 m
Weight - 46.329 BRT

About the ship:

The Titanic achieved fame due to the tragic events that overtook her during her maiden voyage on 14th April 1912. The Queen of the Sea was

Revell 1/570 Queen Mary Ocean Liner REV-05203 Revell 1/570 Queen Mary Ocean Liner REV-05203
$44.99
Available to order

Description

Skill level: 4
Scale: 1:570
Length: 527 mm
Parts: 210

Description
The Queen Mary which was laid down at John Browns on Clydebank in 1930 and completed in 1936, was one of the three 80000 BRT superlines of the 30s. In August 1936 the Queen Mary crossed the Atlnatic at 30.14 knots westwards ant at 30.63 eastwards, thus taking the

Trumpeter 1/700 HMS Queen Elizabeth 1941 TR05794 Trumpeter 1/700 HMS Queen Elizabeth 1941 TR05794
$62.99
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Description

HMS Queen Elizabeth started in October 21, 1912, was launched in October 16, 1913.1915 January, completed in Portsmouth dockyard.Cost about 2400000 pounds.In 1926 -1927 years refitting for modernization.In 1937 August -1940 year in October of second large-scale modernization.December 19, 1941 in Egypt in port Alexander were sunk, salvage after repair in 1943 to join the British

Zvezda 1/350 Santa Maria ZV6510 Zvezda 1/350 Santa Maria ZV6510
$12.99
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Description

Product Features

  • Detailed plastic model for static display.
  • Snap fit...no glue required.
  • Full hull with display stand.
  • Decals included.
  • Illustrated instructions.

Specifications:

  • Scale: 1/350
  • Length: 84 mm
  • Parts: 38

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Description

Academy is back with another kit of the RMS Titanic, this time in 1/1000 scale. This new-tool gem is molded in multi-color plastic (MCP) and comes very close to being buildable without painting. The kit is molded in four different colors plus one tree of brass-plated plastic and presented on seven parts trees plus the bow and stern decks, lower hull, upper hull, and superstructure.

The

Academy 1/400 RMS Titanic White Star Line

Description

A well known subject joins Academy’ s Multi-Colored Parts (MCP) Series, it’s (14220) 1/700 R.M.S. Titanic. 

The kit features an LED set which adds drama and brings the completed model to life. Deck structures are realistic, the hull is molded in color. 

The kit comes with display stand and nameplate. Because it’s an MCP kit needing

Academy 1/700 RMS Titanic - Coloured

Description

The Mauretania was built at Wallsend-on-Tyne and launched in 1906. For 22 years the Mauretania was the fastest North Atlantic passenger liner averaging 25 knots for the crossing. The Mauretania had nine decks with accommodation for 560 first class, 475 second class and 1,300 third class passengers. During WWI she served both as an armed cruiser and as a hospital ship. She

Description

The 83,673 ton Queen Elizabeth was the largest liner in the world when it was built at Clydebank, Scotland and launched in September 1938. She served as a troop ship throughout WWII and was completely reconditioned before entering commercial service in October 1946 on the Cunard Line’s express service between Southampton, Cherbourgh and New York. At 1031ft long, she had accommodation

Description

No ship collection could be complete without a model of what is possibly the most famous ship in modern history. Though tragedy led to that fame, it is more important to consider the safety features now found on modern luxury vessels as a result of that tragedy. Few vessels have been studies as much as Titanic. This model was created from the most exacting data that could be

Revell 1/1200 Queen Elizabeth 2
Revell 1/1200 Queen Mary 2 Ocean Liner

Description

Scale 1:1200
Skill Level 3
   
Original details:
 
Type description - Passenger-steamer
Year/Period - 1912
Speed - 24 Knoten
Length - 267 m
Width - 28 m
Weight - 46.329 BRT

About the ship:

The Titanic achieved fame due to the tragic events that overtook her during her maiden voyage on 14th April 1912. The Queen of the Sea was

Description

Skill level: 4
Scale: 1:570
Length: 527 mm
Parts: 210

Description
The Queen Mary which was laid down at John Browns on Clydebank in 1930 and completed in 1936, was one of the three 80000 BRT superlines of the 30s. In August 1936 the Queen Mary crossed the Atlnatic at 30.14 knots westwards ant at 30.63 eastwards, thus taking the

Description

HMS Queen Elizabeth started in October 21, 1912, was launched in October 16, 1913.1915 January, completed in Portsmouth dockyard.Cost about 2400000 pounds.In 1926 -1927 years refitting for modernization.In 1937 August -1940 year in October of second large-scale modernization.December 19, 1941 in Egypt in port Alexander were sunk, salvage after repair in 1943 to join the British

Description

Product Features

  • Detailed plastic model for static display.
  • Snap fit...no glue required.
  • Full hull with display stand.
  • Decals included.
  • Illustrated instructions.

Specifications:

  • Scale: 1/350
  • Length: 84 mm
  • Parts: 38