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Universal Joint - Red

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Model Shipways Static Display Kits

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Model Shipways Boat Kits

Model Shipways (A Division of Model Expo), in continuous operation since 1946, is the oldest ship model factory in America. Laser cut wooden parts guarantee a perfect fit, making assembly fast and easy. So, whether you're a beginner or master modeler, you'll build a first rate model from a kit by Model Shipways.

Model Shipways 18th Century Longboat 1:48
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Model Shipways 18th Century Longboat 1:48

The longboat was the largest boat aboard an 18th century ship. The ship’s principal lifeboat, it was also used for coming and going to the ship to transport supplies and take empty water casks ashore to be filled with fresh water. Longboats were kept fully provisioned at all times in case of an emergency.

Plank on Frame Construction
Length: 299mm
Height: 254mm
Scale 1:48
Part No: MS1457

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Model Shipways 21 Foot English Pinnace 1750-1760 1:24

Model Shipways 21 Foot English Pinnace 1750-1760 1:24

The pinnace was a lightly built, carvel planked boat. Designed to be rowed it had fewer than ten oars. Its only duty was transporting the captain and other officers from their anchored ship to the dockyards. Carrying crew and provisions was the job of heavier boats like the longboat or launch.

Plank on Frame Construction
Length: 299mm
Height: 63mm
Scale 1:24
Part No: MS1458

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Model Shipways Armed Virginia Sloop, American Privateer, 1768 1:48
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Model Shipways Armed Virginia Sloop, American Privateer, 1768 1:48

Privateers were privately owned vessels whose owners were commissioned by the government to carry on naval warfare. Privateering is not considered piracy, which is performed without government authorization. During the 18th century, many small single masted ships were armed and used for privateering. These Chesapeake-built vessels were fast and easily maneuverable with a graceful sheer and a low freeboard. They evolved from the Bermuda sloops of c. 1740 and the trim, sharp Virginia schooners found in Steel’s Naval Architecture of 1805.

Plank on Frame Construction
Length: 788mm
Height: 559mm
Scale 1:48
Part No: MS2160

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Model Shipways Benjamin Latham 1:48
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Model Shipways Benjamin Latham 1:48

The Benjamin W. Latham is an outstanding example of a turn-of-the-century Grand Banks fisherman. Built in the Tarr & James yard at Essex, MA in 1902, she sailed out of Noank, CT as a mackerel steiner. From 1906 to the end of her career, she operated as a dory trawler out of New York's Fulton Fish Market. She was lost off the coast of San Juan in 1943.

Plank on Frame Construction
Length: 838mm
Height: 686mm
Scale 1:48
Part No: MS2109

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Model Shipways Bluenose, Canadian Fishing Schooner 1:64

Model Shipways Bluenose, Canadian Fishing Schooner 1:64

The schooner Bluenose was built in Nova Scotia in 1921 to fish the rough waters off the coast of Newfoundland. A salt banker type, she stayed out until her holds were full, using salt to preserve the catch. Bluenose was lost on a reef near Haiti in 1946, but an exact replica was launched in 1963.

Plank on Frame Construction
Length: 813mm
Height: 673mm
Scale 1:64
Part No: MS2130

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Model Shipways Chaperon, Sternwheel Steam Packet 1884

Model Shipways Chaperon, Sternwheel Steam Packet 1884

The steam packet Chaperon was built for trade traffic at Chambersburg, Ohio in 1884. At that time river shipping was inexpensive. A bushel of coal was carried from Pittsburgh to New Orleans for the price of a first class postage stamp. But, the Ohio River was shallow during the summer and often choked by ice in the winter. This made steamboat travel seasonal and delays frequent.

Length 877mm
Beam 190mm
Height: 300mm
Scale 1:48
Part No: MS2190

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Model Shipways Charles W Morgan, Whaling Bark 1:64

Model Shipways Charles W Morgan, Whaling Bark 1:64

During her 80 years and 37 voyages, the Charles W. Morgan caught and processed more whales than any other whaling ship in history. Built in 1841 at the Hillman Brothers Shipyard on the Accent River in New Bedford, MA, she was registered at 351 tons. The Morgan was originally built fully ship-rigged, but shortly after the Civil War she was modified to become a double topsail bark. Her whaling days came to end in 1921 with the decline of whale oil prices. Purchased for Mystic Seaport in 1941, she's now a beautifully restored monument to the men who built and sailed her.

Plank on Frame Construction
Length: 781mm
Height: 635mm
Scale 1:64
Part No: MS2140

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Model Shipways Dapper Tom 1:76

Model Shipways Dapper Tom 1:76

Dapper Tom by Model Shipways - Solid Hull Kit
During the early 19th century, many Baltimore clippers were granted privateering licenses by the US government. Since all commerce was subject to the legalized banditry of privateers, only a fast, well handled ship could be reasonably sure of reaching its destination. Privateers like the Dapper Tom depended on their sailing abilities and fire power to prey on foreign shipping and to escape the British men-of-war patrolling the high seas.

Solid Hull Construction
Length: 305mm
Height: 450mm
Scale 1:76
Part No: MS2003

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Model Shipways Emma C. Berry, Lobster Smack 1:32

Model Shipways Emma C. Berry, Lobster Smack 1:32

The Emma C. Berry was built in Noank, Connecticut in 1866. This type of vessel was known as a “Noank Smack”. Smacks like the Emma C. Berry contain a live well, which is a watertight structure built inside the vessel. Within the well, numerous holes drilled in the bottom of the boat allowed fresh (oxygenated) seawater to circulate through. This way, live fish and lobsters could be transported from the fishing grounds to market. The Emma C. Berry is the last existing representative of her type.

Plank on Frame Construction
Length: 680mm
Height: 724mm
Scale 1:32
Part No: MS2150

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Model Shipways Fair American, 14-Gun Privateer, 1778 1:48

Model Shipways Fair American, 14-Gun Privateer, 1778 1:48

Model Shipways' Fair American is a reproduction of a model built over 200 years ago, now on exhibit at the U.S. Naval Academy Museum at Annapolis, MD. She is said to represent the 14-gun privateer Fair American sailing out of Charleston in 1778.

Plank on Frame Construction
Length: 674mm
Height: 559mm
Scale 1:48
Part No: MS2015

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Model Shipways Flying Fish 1:96

Model Shipways Flying Fish 1:96

Donald McKay, one of the greatest designers of his time, built the Flying Fish in 1851 at East Boston Massachusetts. Flying Fish was registered at the Boston Custom House as a ship of 1,505 tons, with a hull length of 207 feet, and a beam of 22 feet, and a beam of 22 feet. She sailed from New York to San Francisco in 92 days - only three days short of the record set by her sister ship, the Flying Cloud.

Plank on Frame Construction
Length: 914mm
Height: 572mm
Scale 1:96
Part No: MS2018

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Model Shipways Glad Tidings Pinky Schooner 1:24

Model Shipways Glad Tidings Pinky Schooner 1:24

Originating in 16th century Europe, the Pinky received its name from its uplifted, narrow, or pinked stern. These sturdy, seaworthy craft ruled the New England fishing industry from 1815 to 1840. They were gradually replaced by the larger, faster Gloucester schooners. Because of their stability and grace, many pinky schooners were built as pleasure boats in the late 1900’s.

Plank on Frame Construction
Length: 749mm
Height: 584mm
Scale 1:24
Part No: MS2180

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Model Shipways Gunboat Philadelphia 1776 1:24

Model Shipways Gunboat Philadelphia 1776 1:24

Gunboat Philadelphia 1776 1:24
Launched in August of 1776, the gunboat Philadelphia is the oldest American fighting vessel in existence. Part of the American fleet commanded by General Benedict Arnold, she sank on October 11, 1776 during the Battle of Valcour Island against the Royal Navy on Lake Champlain. She remained sitting upright in the cold waters of the lake until she was raised in 1935. Today, she’s on permanent exhibit at the Smithsonian Museum in Washington, D.C., complete with 24-pound ball that sent her to the bottom.

Plank on Frame Construction
Length: 669mm
Width: 349mm
Height: 625mm
Scale 1:24
Part No: MS2263

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Model Shipways Harriet Lane, US Civil War Gunboat

Model Shipways Harriet Lane, US Civil War Gunboat

Built in New York for the U.S. Revenue Service in 1857, the Harriet Lane was powered by a combination of steam and sail. She was 180 ft. long, with a 30 ft. beam, and carried a 30 lb. Parrott rifle, plus three 9" smooth-bore Dahlgrens. Her design clearly illustrates the transition from sail to steam, as steam engines were not entirely reliable, and power was not yet sufficient to allow the elimination of sail.

Solid Hull Construction
Length: 496mm
Height: 241mm
Scale 3/32 = 1 ft.
Part No: MS2010

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Model Shipways HMS Bounty Launch 1:16

Model Shipways HMS Bounty Launch 1:16

As captain of the HMS Bounty, William Bligh demonstrated an obsession with paltry matters. Too hastily provoked, he antagonized officers and crew with frequent and uncontrolled outbursts. With tempers already flaring and resentment simmering, a trivial matter of coconuts stolen from the ship’s store provoked a true mutiny. On April 28, 1789, Fletcher Christian and his sympathizers took over the ship, casting Bligh and 18 of his loyal supporters adrift in the Bounty’s 23’ launch.

Plank on Frame Construction
Length: 438mm
Height: 375mm
Beam: 130mm
Scale 1:16
Part No: MS1850

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Model Shipways Mayflower, 1620

Model Shipways Mayflower, 1620

On September 16, 1620, The Mayflower set out from Plymouth, England. Bound for Virginia to establish a permanent colony in North America, she carried 102 men, women and children. Many of the passengers were Separatists fleeing religious persecution in Europe. After two months at sea, the ship dropped anchor at what is now Provincetown, MA. It was almost 200 miles farther north than planned, but winter was approaching, so the Pilgrims decided to stay. Half of the colony did not survive that first winter, but the rest lived on and prospered.

Plank on Frame Construction
Length: 560mm
Height: 432mm
Scale 1:64
Part No: MS2020

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Model Shipways New Bedford Whaleboat 1850-1870 1:16

Model Shipways New Bedford Whaleboat 1850-1870 1:16

From 1720 to 1920 nearly 60,000 whaleboats were consumed by the American whaling industry. With a useful life of no more than three years, whaleboats were discarded on the spot throughout the coastal U.S. and around the world. Remarkably, only a dozen or two have survived to become part of today's museum collections.

Plank on Frame Construction
Length: 610mm
Height: 119mm
Scale 1:16
Part No: MS2033

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Model Shipways Niagara, US Brig 1813 1:64

Model Shipways Niagara, US Brig 1813 1:64

Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry took command of the American naval forces at Lake Erie in the spring of 1813. The famous battle with the British fleet began on September 10, when Perry raised a flag bearing the words "Don’t Give Up The Ship" and sailed into action.

After three hours of murderous gunfire, Perry was forced to abandon his flagship, the Lawrence. In a daring move, he was rowed a half mile to the Niagara, from which he continued the attack. After the battle, Perry returned to the shattered Lawrence and penned a quick message to General Harrison, “We have met the enemy and they are ours.” This decisive victory at the Battle of Lake Erie ensured American control of the Great Lakes during the War of 1812.

Plank on Frame Construction
Length: 927mm
Height: 622mm
Scale 1:64
Part No: MS2240

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Model Shipways Phantom NY Pilot Boat 1:96

Model Shipways Phantom NY Pilot Boat 1:96

Designed as a pilot schooner by Dennison Lawlor, the Phantom was built in 1868. On March 14, 1886, as New York Pilot Boat #11, she rescued 852 people from the sinking British liner S.S. Oregon off the coast of Long Island. Phantom was lost during the great blizzard of '88, going ashore at Sandy Hook, New Jersey with the total loss of the vessel, boatkeeper, cook and four seamen.

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Length: 343mm
Height: 343mm
Scale 1:96
Part No: MS2027

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Model Shipways Pride of Baltimore II 1:64

Model Shipways Pride of Baltimore II 1:64

In 1974, Baltimore city officials decided to build a replica of a 19th century clipper to serve as good-will ambassador for the city. The ship, named Pride of Baltimore, was launched at Baltimore's Inner Harbor on February 27, 1977. She was lost in micro-squall (an intense blast of wind building to hurricane velocity within seconds) on May 14, 1986. The city then commissioned a larger sister-ship, and the Pride of Baltimore II was launched on April 30, 1989.

Plank on Frame Construction
Length: 813mm
Height: 572mm
Scale 1:64
Part No: MS2120

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Model Shipways Rattlesnake, American Privateer 1780 1:64

Model Shipways Rattlesnake, American Privateer 1780 1:64

The privateer Rattlesnake was built at Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1780. Despite her moderate size of 89 feet on deck, she was fast and weatherly. She sailed with 85 men and carried twenty 6-pounders. She captured over a million dollars worth of British goods on her first cruise, establishing a reputation as a formidable vessel. The British ordered her captured at any cost. She was seized by the 44-gun H.M.S. Assurance in 1783, sent to England and taken into the Royal Navy. She was sold out of service in 176.

Plank on Frame Construction
Length: 711mm (28")
Height: 457mm (18")
Scale 1:64
Part No: MS2028

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Model Shipways Sultana 1:64

Model Shipways Sultana 1:64

Sultana by Model Shipways - Solid Hull Kit
Built by Benjamin Hollowell in Boston in 1767, Sultana was seaworthy far beyond her size of 51 feet. The Royal Navy bought her in 1768, and she became one of Britain's most effective weapons in the fight against smugglers.

Solid Hull Construction
Length: 432mm
Height: 381mm
Scale 1:64
Part No: MS2016

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Model Shipways Taurus Solid Hull Towboat 1:96

Model Shipways Taurus Solid Hull Towboat 1:96

Taurus Solid Hull Towboat 1:96 by Model Shipways - Solid Hull Kit
Steam Towboats like the Taurus were a familiar sight in every American harbor and navigable tidal flat at the turn of the century. During the 1930's steam engines lost ground to Diesel propulsion, and by the 1960's the steam units were all but gone. No longer used, a few steam tugs survive today as museum relics.

Solid Hull Construction
Length 9"
Height 3-1/2"
Scale 1/8" = 1 ft. (1:96)
Part No: MS2021

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Model Shipways US Brig Syren 1:64
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Model Shipways US Brig Syren 1:64

USS Syren, a 240-ton brig, was built by Nathaniel Hutton at Philadelphia in 1803. On September 27th, she set sail for Gibraltar under the command of Lt. Charles Stewart. Syren cruised the Mediterranean during the spring and summer of 1804 and participated in the attacks on Tripoli. She remained there for almost a year after the peace treaty with Tripoli was signed on June 10, 1805. Departing Gibraltar on May 28 of 1806, she reached the Washington Navy Yard in early August, where she was laid up until her reactivation in 1807. During her service in the War of 1812, she was captured by the 74-gun HMS Medway after an 11-hour chase.

Plank on Frame Construction
Length: 838mm
Height: 686mm
Scale 1:64
Part No: MS2260

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Model Shipways USN Picket Boat No.1 1864 1:24

Model Shipways USN Picket Boat No.1 1864 1:24

Picket Boat Number One, a steam launch, was built in 1864 to support of the U.S. Navy's blockade of the Confederacy. Outfitted with a spar-torpedo, she could also attack larger enemy vessels. On the dark night of 27-28 October 1864, Lieutenant William B. Cushing and his crew took Picket Boat Number One up river to Plymouth, North Carolina. In one of the Civil War's most daring naval actions, they attacked the Confederate ironclad Albemarle, sinking it with the spar torpedo. Only Lt. Cushing and one other man escaped, and Picket Boat Number One was lost, but the Union forces on the North Carolina sounds were freed of the great threat presented by the continued existence of the Albemarle.

Solid Hull Construction
Length: 572mm
Width: 126mm
Scale 1:24
Part No: MS2261

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Model Shipways US Frigate Confederacy 1778 1:64
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Model Shipways US Frigate Confederacy 1778 1:64 Scale

USS Confederacy, a 36-gun frigate of the Continental Navy was launched at Norwich, Connecticut on November 8, 1778. A beautiful ship with profusely carved ornamentation, she was plagued with bad luck throughout her career.

In October of 1779, under the command of Captain Seth Harding, she was on a diplomatic mission to carry the French Minister back to France. John Jay (the first American Minister to Spain) and his family were also aboard.

Plank on Frame Construction Admiralty Model
Hull Length 889mm
Height: 216mm
Scale 1:64
Part No: MS2262

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Model Shipways USS Constitution 1797 1:76

Model Shipways USS Constitution 1797 1:76 Scale

Model Shipways is proud to produce the best and most accurate USS Constitution available. Their kit is based on the 1927 Navy drawings, photographs and documentation used during the 1993-97 restoration. It is so complete and highly detailed that shipping weight is an incredible 12 pounds!

Length 1219mm
Width 406mm
Height: 812mm
Scale 1:76
Part No: MS2040

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Model Shipways USS Essex Frigate 1799 1:76

Model Shipways USS Essex Frigate 1799 1:76 Scale

The USS Essex was a thirty-two-gun frigate built in Salem, Massachusetts in 1799. She was known around the world for her speed and graceful lines, achieving many dramatic firsts for the young American Navy.
Essex was the first US warship to round the Cape of Good Hope into the Indian Ocean. Thirteen years later, she became the first American man-of-war to round the Horn into the Pacific.

Plank on Frame Construction
Length 674mm
Width 349mm
Height: 626mm
Scale 1:76
Part No: MS2041

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Model Shipways Willie Bennett, Chesapeake Bay Skipjack 1:32

Model Shipways Willie Bennett, Chesapeake Bay Skipjack 1:32

The Willie L. Bennett was built in 1899 at Inverness, Maryland. Her lines were recorded at Cambridge, Maryland by naval historian Howard Chapelle in 1942. Her whereabouts were unknown from 1942 until 1954, when she was discovered sunken in Harris Creek, Tilghman Island off Maryland’s Eastern Shore. After she was raised and surveyed, it was determined that the damage was too expensive to repair. She was then returned to her resting place, where traces of her remains may still be found.

Plank on Frame Construction
Length: 610mm
Height: 406mm
Scale 1:32
Part No: MS2032

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