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.
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
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
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