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4 Spoke Dished Wheel 50mm OD

4 Spoke Dished Wheel 50mm OD

5.75

Sarik White Metal Fittings 4 Spoke Dished Wheel 50mm OD
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Propshaft Oiler for 12mm Propshaft Tube Pack of 2

Propshaft Oiler for 12mm Propshaft Tube Pack of 2

2.21

Propshaft Oiler for 12mm dia propshaft tube. Pack of 2
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Aeronaut Jonny Harbour Tug

Aeronaut Jonny Harbour Tug

379.00

Aeronaut Jonny Model Boat Kit. Jonny is a compact and manouverable ...
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Propshaft Oiler for 10mm Propshaft Tube Pack of 2

Propshaft Oiler for 10mm Propshaft Tube Pack of 2

2.21

Propshaft Oiler for 10mm dia propshaft tube. Pack of 2
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Propshaft Oiler for 8mm Propshaft Tube Pack of 2

Propshaft Oiler for 8mm Propshaft Tube Pack of 2

2.21

Propshaft Oiler for 8mm dia propshaft tube. Pack of 2
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2350 Fire Monitor 95 x 80 mm

2350 Fire Monitor 95 x 80 mm

11.92

Graupner Fire Monitor 95 x 80 mm. Functional, image-like reproduction of ...
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Hatch Clamps x 2

Hatch Clamps x 2

2.75

Sarik white metal fittings Hatch Clamps 11mmx 7mm plate
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Ships Wheel 35mm OD

Ships Wheel 35mm OD

5.75

Sarik White Metal Fittings Ships Wheel 35mm OD
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Plain Coupling Insert 4mm

Plain Coupling Insert 4mm

2.29

4mm Plain Insert, Includes grub screw Old Part No. C8007
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Plain Coupling Insert 3.2mm

Plain Coupling Insert 3.2mm

2.29

3.2mm Plain Insert, Includes grub screw Old Part No. C8016
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Universal Joint - Red

Universal Joint - Red

2.50

Modular type universal joint, requires inserts to complete. Old Part No. ...
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Universal Joint - Black

Universal Joint - Black

2.54

Modular type universal joint, requires inserts to complete.
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P013 Winch Cable Guide Twin Roller 25mm

P013 Winch Cable Guide Twin Roller 25mm

4.37

New Maquettes Model Boat Fittings Winch cable guide - Twin ...
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Admiralty Glues Thin Superglue 20g Standard

Admiralty Glues Thin Superglue 20g Standard

2.60

Caldercraft Admiralty Glues Standard Cyanoacrylate (superglue) is a high quality modelling ...
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C8103SW Block Single Walnut 3mm

C8103SW Block Single Walnut 3mm

0.11

3mm Single block. Walnut. Sold Individually, these single blocks measure ...
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C8105SW Block Single Walnut 5mm

C8105SW Block Single Walnut 5mm

0.11

5mm Single blocks. Walnut. Sold Individually, these single blocks measure ...
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USS Washington BB-56 Battleship (1942) 1:700 Scale

Trumpeter USS Washington BB-56 Battleship (1942) 1:700 Scale

USS Washington BB-56 was laid down on 14 June 1938 at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, commissioned on 15 May 1941. December 1941, Washington became the flagship for Rear Admiral John W. Wilcox, Commander, Battleship Division 6, and Commander, Battleships, Atlantic Fleet. On 4 April 1942, she was joining the British Home Fleet. The force got underway to engage in reconnaissance for the protection of the vital convoys running to Murmansk. 15 September 1942, Washington put to sea bound for a rendezvous with TF 17, the force formed around the aircraft carrier HORNET. In the fourth battle of Savo Island, Washington engaged Kirishima, in the first head-to-head confrontation of battleships in the Pacific war. In seven minutes, tracking by radar, Washington sent 75 rounds of 16-inch and 107 rounds of 5-inch at ranges from 8,400 to 12,650 yards, scoring at least nine hits with her main battery and about 40 with her 5-inchers, silencing the enemy battleship in short order. USS Washington earned 13 battle stars during World War II in operations that had carried her from the Arctic Circle to the western Pacific
Scale 1:700, Length 318 mm

USS WASHINGTON BB-56 Length overall: 222.1m Beam: 33m Displacement:35000t

USS Washington BB-56 was laid down on 14 June 1938 at the Philadelphia Navy Yard, commissioned on 15 May 1941. December 1941, Washington became the flagship for Rear Admiral John W. Wilcox, Commander, Battleship Division 6, and Commander, Battleships, Atlantic Fleet. On 4 April 1942, she was joining the British Home Fleet. The force got underway to engage in reconnaissance for the protection of the vital convoys running to Murmansk. 15 September 1942, Washington put to sea bound for a rendezvous with TF 17, the force formed around the aircraft carrier HORNET. In the fourth battle of Savo Island, Washington engaged Kirishima, in the first head-to-head confrontation of battleships in the Pacific war. In seven minutes, tracking by radar, Washington sent 75 rounds of 16-inch and 107 rounds of 5-inch at ranges from 8,400 to 12,650 yards, scoring at least nine hits with her main battery and about 40 with her 5-inchers, silencing the enemy battleship in short order. USS Washington earned 13 battle stars during World War II in operations that had carried her from the Arctic Circle to the western Pacific

Scale 1:700
Model Brief Length: 317.5 mm Width: 47.5mm
Total Plastic Parts 254pcs
Total Sprues 12pcs sprues plus lower hull, upper hull, decks and waterline plate and display stand
Decal Marking n/a
More Features Either waterline version or full hull version can be selected

Part No: TR05735


Price: 20.99 (Including VAT at 20%)
Euros: 23.51(Inc VAT) / US Dollars: US$23.09(Tax Free)


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