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IJN Musashi Model Ships

IJN Yamato and Musashi were the largest Battleships ever built!
This model is 34" long. List Price 146.95
IJN Yamato BB502 - $129.95  - IJN Musashi BB508 - $129.95


With many revolutionary features incorporated into her design, the Yamato was completed in December 1941, and met her final fate at the
hands of American Navy carrier aircraft in the South China Sea while on a one-way mission to Okinawa. Tamiya now presents the largest
battleship ever built, looking as she did just prior to departing for her final mission, as an exquisite 1/350 scale assembly kit display model.
The Yamato's massive imposing silhouette is accurately reproduced, and both the main gun turrets and secondary armament turrets can
be rotated even after assembly.

A specially made display base and beautifully crafted nameplate are also included for a truly magnificent display.

Essential Skills Scale Modeling

Were you a teenager the last time
you built a model?

A step-by-step introduction to scale modeling basics.
Beginning scale modelers are full of questions:
What kinds of models are there? What kinds of tools
do I need? What glue works best?
How do I put a model together?
How are the decals applied?
Finally, Kalmbach offers answers to
all these beginner questions and more.

This new book is filled with more pictures
and how to articles than their other book.

List $21.95  Our Price BK01 19.95

Mark and son Michael Leatherwood first duel ship building project! 2008

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