The Titanic sailed on her first and final voyage from Southampton, England on April 10, 1912. At 11:40pm on Sunday, April 14, the ship struck an iceberg in the ...Read more
The Titanic sailed on her first and final voyage from Southampton, England on April 10, 1912. At 11:40pm on Sunday, April 14, the ship struck an iceberg in the North Atlantic and sank 2 hours and 40 minutes later. Only 705 of the over 2200 people on board were rescued, setting the stage for sweeping changes in the way ships at sea were operated. This Academy 1/400th scale model of the Titanic has a number of unique features and is easy to build.
FEATURES: 1/400 scale kit for all modelers. Kit consists of 430 parts molded in black, tan, white, yellow and clear.
Model can be built straight from the box and look authentic without painting.
Hull is one piece with good plate and porthole detail. Top three decks (boat, A-deck, B-deck) are detailed and interior decks are marked to show the layout of rooms and bulkheads. Railings are molded plastic and preshaped to conform to the deck outline. Deck detail includes separate ventilators, lifeboats, compass platform, benches, bollards, and capstans; decks also feature molded in simulated wood grain finish. Simulated gold plated anchors and propellers. Plastic display base is included and features simulated gold plated mini Titanic and nameplate. Comprehensive 20 page instruction booklet which provides painting and rigging details - thread for rigging is included.
REQUIRES: Paint: Black, White, Dull Red, Wood Tan, Dk Brown, Grey, White Star Buff, Bronze, Royal Blue, and Red
Nice-to-have tools: Needle File Set, Sprue Cutter (see XURON),
SPECS: Scale: 1/400
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