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1:35 Dock with stairs

Article number: 510005615 Product: 1:35 Dock mit Treppen 100% NEW MOULDS - 30cm MODULAR ELEMENT Use it as a standalone piece or in combination with 5612 "Long dock" Ideal complement for all Italeri 1:35 scale models.
€27.49
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1:35 Figure-Set Schnellboot Crew (10)

Article number: 510005607 Product: 1/35 Figure-Set Schnellboot Crew 10 FIGURES INCLUDED
€19.99
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1:35 M.A.S. Crew and Accessories

Article number: 510005611 Product: 1:35 M.A.S. Besatzung und Zubehör Decals for one version. Contains 6 unpainted figures.
€21.49
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1:35 Schnellboot Typ S-38 /4.0cm Flak 28

Article number: 510005620 Product: 1:35 Schnellboot Typ S-38 /4.0cm Flak 28 PHOTO ETCHED PARTS FULLY UPGRADED MOULD More than 600 highly detailed parts Length of the model 99,9 cm Between the two World Wars, several Military Navy launched programs dedicated to develop fast crafts able to perform patrol and attack duties. New engines and technological solutions were able to guarantee, compared to the First World War torpedo boats, improved performances and better operation efficency. The German Kriegsmarine developed the famous fast attack craft S-Class during the 1930’s. Among the most famous Schnellboote we can point out the S-38 version. Produced in 100 units, it had a lenght of 35 meters and a displacement, full load, of over 100 tons. Thanks to its 12 cylinders Daimler Benz engines the S-38 was able to reach a speed of 39.5 knots. Armed with two 533 mm. torpedo tubes, it adopted several types of defensive guns. Some of S-38 used the very appreciated 40 mm. Bofors gun. Captured by Germans during the first years of the War, it proved to be a very effective and powerful naval weapon, even more appreciated than the German ones. On the S-38 reliable tech base, the S-100 was developed some years later. Between the two World Wars, several Military Navy launched programs dedicated to develop fast crafts able to perform patrol and attack duties. New engines and technological solutions were able to guarantee, compared to the First World War torpedo boats, improved performances and better operation efficency. The German Kriegsmarine developed the famous fast attack craft S-Class during the 1930’s. Among the most famous Schnellboote we can point out the S-38 version. Produced in 100 units, it had a lenght of 35 meters and a displacement, full load, of over 100 tons. Thanks to its 12 cylinders Daimler Benz engines the S-38 was able to reach a speed of 39.5 knots. Armed with two 533 mm. torpedo tubes, it adopted several types of defensive guns. Some of S-38 used the very appreciate
€189.99
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1:720 Admiral Graf Spee

Article number: 510074003 Product 1:720 Admiral Graf Spee PC IN-GAME BONUS CODES INCLUDED ACRYLIC PAINTS, GLUE AND BRUSH INCLUDED Length of the model 258 This ship, along with two other classes of "Deutschland", was called a "pocket battleship", and for good reason. While conceding to other heavy cruisers at cruising speed, Admiral Graf Spee however, could escape from the pursuit of battleships. Being superbly armed (six 280mm guns, and as many as eight 150mm guns), this German heavy cruiser, thanks to a powerful diesel power plant, also had a huge operational range. Admiral Graf Spee sailed the Atlantic Ocean from the beginning of the Second World War, and in early November 1939, reached the Indian Ocean. It sunk English cargo ships, and remained unnoticed by English warships during the course of its raids. Finally, on December 13 1939, Admiral Graf Spee had met its match: it stumbled upon a squadron of British cruisers from near the La Plata in the South Atlantic, and here the first major naval battle of the Second World War was fought. The German cruiser, with heavy fire, expelled the strong English Exeter cruiser from the battle and began to retreat, but the other two enemy light cruisers pursued it. Admiral Graf Spee needed repairs and retreated to neutral Uruguay, but the disinformation provided by the British about an overwhelming force being gathered at the exit from La Plata was successful. On December 17, the crew left the "pocket battleship", and that same evening, it was scuttled in neutral waters.
€21.99
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1:720 U.S.S. George H.W. Bush CVN77

Article number: 510005534 Product: 1/720 U.S.S. George H.W. Bush CVN77 The model U.S.S. George H.W. Bush CVN77in scale 1/720 has a length of about 447 mm. Decals for one version The U.S.S. George H. W. Bush (CVN-77) is the tenth and final Nimitz class "supercarrier". Entered in service on 2009, is the most updated evolution in terms of technology and weapon systems of its class. One of the world’s largest warships, thanks to its displacement of 100,000 tons, it is powered with two Westinghouse nuclear reactors that permit, despite the impressive size, to reach 30 knots and to have a operating range almost unlimited. More than 80 aircrafts and helicopters are carried on board and are enable to enhance the military effectiveness of the warship. The "Bush" is also used for the development and testing of advanced weapon systems. On the deck of CVN-77, the first tests with unmanned drones, as the Northrop Grumman X-47B developed and designed for carrier-based operations, has been recently done.
€22.49
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1:35 Elco 80 Torpedo Boat PRM Edition

Article number: 510005602 Product: 1/35 Elco 80 Torpedo Boat PRM Edition The model Elco 80 Torpedo Boat PRM Edition in 1/35 scale has a length of about 700 mm. During the Second World War the U.S. Navy deployed a large amount of three types of motor torpedo boats: the Higgins measuring 78 feet and ELCO measuring 77 and 80 feet. Every model could be distinguished from the others, apart from by length, by configuration, weapons and various other details. The 80 foot ELCOs represented the most numerous class: they were realised in five series, for a total of about 300 examples Built in mahogany and pushed by three 1,350cv Packard 4M-2500 engines (taken to 1,500 in the latest series), these vessels easily exceeded 40 knots. The equipment and weapons were constantly updated and improved thanks to experience acquired in the field and the progressive change of role: with the progress of the conflict, in fact, the PT Boats left the original task of attacking and cutting off the traffic, taking on the role of gunships and operating in the proximity of the coast or in channels. The Italeri model reproduces the PT 596 and an 80-foot ELCO from the last batch produced.
€117.99
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1:35 LCVP with US Infantry

The model LCVP with US INFANTRY in 1/35 scale has a length of about 314 mm. NEW SOLDIERS MOULDS D-DAY SERIES THE BOX CONTAINS 30 FIGURES Decals for 8 versions Developed by Higgins Industries of New Orleans on the basis of a flat-bottomed boat used in the Louisiana marshlands, the LCVP (Landing Craft, Vehicle and Personnel) took part in all the major amphibious operations of Second World War, in Europe and the Pacific. Its task was to shuttle back and forth between the big ships and the beaches, carrying up to thirty men, light vehicles and anything else that was needed. Generally armed with two rear-mounted machine guns, it was powered by a 250 HP Hall Scott petrol engine or a 225 HP Gray diesel engine. After the end of the Second World War the LCVP stayed in service, occupying a number of roles. It saw action in Korea and Indochina and has also been adapted for civilian use all over the world.
€53.99
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1:35 MTB PT-109 torpedo boat

Article number.: 510005613 Product: 1:35 MTB PT-109 Torpedoboot The model MTB PT-109 Torpedoboot in scale 1/35 has a length of about 700 mm. 100% NEW MOULDS - PRM & PHOTO-ETCHED FRET INCLUDED Decals for one version PT boats were a torpedo-armed fast attack crafts used by the United States Navy, during the Second World War, especially in South Pacific war theatre. The acronym PT stands for "Patrol Torpedo" and immediately identify the operational use : to carry out patrol and attack, with her torpedoes against surface targets, duties. The Elco Naval Division, located in Bayonne, New Jersey, was the most famous manufacture of PT boats during the World War II. The famous PT-109, belonged to the ELCO PT-103 class, had a length of 80 feet (24 m.) and a full load displacement of 56 tons. Powered by three 12-cylinders 1,500 horsepower Packard gasoline engines, was able to reach the speed of 41 knots. The primary offensive armament was based on four 21-inch (53 cm.) torpedoes. On April 1943, the command of PT-109 was taken by Lieutenant Junior Grade John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the future President of the United States.
€119.99
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1:35 Schnellboot Typ S-100 PRM Edition

The model Schnellboot Typ S-100 PRM Edition iin 1/35 scale has a length of about 999 mm. Among the various stipulations of the Treaty of Versailles in 1919 was a severe limitation of German naval construction. Small craft were not covered by these stipulations and resulted in the development of motor torpedo boats starting in the late 1920s. ?The design was based on a civil yacht which was, however, modified to be able to transport two torpedoes: the S-1. ?The evolution of the design continued until it reached, in its most advanced models, 35 meters in length weighing in at 100 metric tons. Even room for secondary armaments was progressively increased. The construction was composite, with aluminium beams and wooden planking. The characteristic ironclad deckhouse appeared with the S-100 model and was a necessary response to increased Allied air superiority and to the intensified low flying air attacks being flown. The boats were primarily used to attack allied ships in the coastal areas of the British Isles, but were also used for operations in the Mediterranean and Black seas, usually under cover of dark. Starting in 1943, after great part of the Kriegsmarine had been either destroyed or immobilised, these motor torpedo boats were among the few vessels still in the water and able to perform military operations, exposing them to a progressively increasing number of battles and the consequent grave losses.
€219.99
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1:35 Vosper 72''6' MTB 77

Article number: 510005610 Product: 1:35 Vosper 72''6' MTB 77 The model Vosper 72''6' MTB 77 in 1/35 scale has a length of about 631 mm, additionally contained 5 figures.. 100% NEW MOULDS - Decals for 3 versions Vosper company became famous, during the Second World War, for the production of small and fast Motor Torpedo Boats (MTB) and Motor Gun Boats (MGB) for the Royal Navy. Among the various boats in production, the Vosper MTB 72’6" were characterized by a significant life cycle with different mission profiles as the coastal patrol and the anti-submarine support in the North Sea and English Channel. Moves from 3 engines with and impressive power of 4,200 hp, Vosper MTB was able to reach a speed close to 40 knots (70 km/h). The first versions were introduced at the beginning of the war but were gradually introduced new variants, type I and type II, which were characterized by a different combination of offensive and defensive weaponry. They were usually armed with 457 mm torpedo tubes., depth charges, and 0.303" Vickers machine guns or, more rarely, from 0.5" Vickers machine guns , for air defence. The crew consisted of 10 to 13 men.
€119.99
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1:720 USS Kitty Hawk CV-63

Article number: 510005522 Product: 1/720 USS Kitty Hawk CV-63 The model USS Kitty Hawk CV-63 in scale 1/720 has a length of about 448 mm. The aircraft carrier U.S.S. Kitty Hawk CV 63 entered service in April 1961 after a prolonged project based upon the Forrestal class and is considered a carrier evolution. The distinct change of this new class is the location of two of the four aircraft elevators in front of the tower which serve as improvement to move planes around the flight deck. Radar screens behind the towel make the tower "lsland" more compact. During the last thirty years the Kitty Hawk has been altered considerably. Especially defence armament and electronic equipment up-dates keep the carrier in maximum use.
€22.99
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