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1:350 HMS Calcutta

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Out of stock TRU05362 TRUMPETER 1:350

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Plastic scale model kit.


1:350 HMS Calcutta

HMS Calcutta on July 9, 1918, at Vickers shipyard launched, modified for air defense cruiser in 1939, deployed in the Mediterranean.

June 25, 1940, HMS Calcutta in Bordeaux Coast joined the Canadian destroyer HMCS Fraser and HMCS Restigouche to Rescue 4000 the Germans besieged the French refugees. But because it was a large sea wave, resulting in Calcutta and Fraser collided. Fraser eventually sank, 45 crew members were killed, and Calcutta has 19 people were killed.

HMS Calcutta on June 1, 1941 Battle of Crete in the process of being sunk by German Ju-88 bomber in the north of the Mediterranean waters of Alexandria, Egypt.

Scale: 1:350

Item Type: Plastic Model Warship Kit

Total Sprues: 9 sprues, hull, and decks

Photo Etched Parts: 1 piece

Metal Parts: anchor chain

Total Parts: 290+

Length: 393.1mm, Beam: 38mm

- the hull made from two-directional slide molds

- Deck wood pattern finely rendered

- Contains display stand

Additional Information

Article No TRU05362
Article No of Manufacturer 05362
Аvailability Out of stock
Colour For colouring
Scale 1:350
Manufacturer TRUMPETER
Brand No
Series No
EAN 9580208053622
Material Polystyrene (plastic).
Epoch 1914-1918 World war I
Age recommendation Not suitable for children under 14 years.
Type of product Model kit

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Package content:

Plastic scale model kit made of polystyrene, an exact detailed replica of the real model.

Assembly instructions and decals included (water adhesive decals) The model comes unassembled and unpainted and requires glue and paints to be finished. Unless stated on the box the kit does not contain paints, glue, and brushes.

Additional products:

You can find the necessary paints and spraysglues and decal softenersprimers, surfacers and puttiestoolsbrushes in Modeling materials.

For further detailing such you can find various photo-etched parts and resin details.