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1/700 German Pocket Battleship Admiral Graf Spee 1937 1/700 German Pocket Battleship Admiral Graf Spee 1937
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Dragon 1/350 German Battleship Scharnhorst 1943 DR 1040 Dragon 1/350 German Battleship Scharnhorst 1943 DR 1040
$189.99
Available to order

Description

Crewmen included in 1/350 German Battleship Scharnhorst!!!

Dimensions: 66 x 10.2 x 30.5cm

An appropriate accessory included in this kit is a comprehensive set of 1/350 scale crewmen. Although the figures might be small, they are highly detailed and true to scale. These plastic-injected crewmen far surpass similarly scaled two-dimensional photo-etched figures. Built to a high standard, figures comprise a gun crew for a 15cm gun turret. Other well-posed figures include the captain standing on the bridge, and another crewman climbing a ladder. When these figures are added to the giant battleship, they lend an air of realism and give a true sense of scale to this great German warship.

Features

- Bilge keels are represented on lower hull by slide-molded technology
- Waterline or full-hull version can be assembled
- One-piece slide-molded upper hull w/undercut details realistically represented
- Extremely detailed parts like the cranes
- Radar arrays realistically reproduced
- Extremely fine photo-etched details on radar arrays and rigging
- Two options of hatches can be modeled open/closed
- Extremely fine detailed parts like the 11.5m workboat
- Enclosed Admirals Bridge w/clear parts realistically presented
- Photo-etched ladders on funnel
- Realistic photo-etched funnel platforms
- Separate piping on rear of funnel
- Realistic photo-etched funnel cap grills
- Extra-fine detail on superstructure walls like hose and ladder partterns delicately reproduced
- Moveable searchlights include clear part w/fine details
- Signal lamp delicately rendered
- 10.5cm twin anti-aircraft gun finely reproduced
- 2cm Flakvierling gun and 2cm naval Flak gun accurately produced w/photo-etched parts
- 3.7cm twin anti-aircraft gun w/fine details and photo-etched gunner seat
- Forward superstructure w/authentic detail
- Extra-thin shield walls on superstructure reproduced for accurate 1:350 scale appearance
- Life rafts w/authentic details
- One-piece aft superstructure slide-molded w/authentic shape
- 15cm single turrets, 15cm twin turrets, and 28cm triple turrets authentically reproduced w/optional blast bags
- Turret w/realistic bolt detail
- Realistically detailed gun barrels include slide-molded hollow ends
- Anton and Bruno 28cm turrets realistically reproduced
- Accurate workboat stowage
- True-to-scale propellers reproduced
- One-piece slide-molded lower hull w/undercut details realistically represented
- Rudder can be easily assembled
- Rangefinders located fore and aft

Dragon is proud to announce its most stunning ship kit ever – a 1/350 scale rendition of the famous German battleship Scharnhorst! The 31,500-ton Scharnhorst was commissioned on January 7 1939, and it often operated in partnership with its sister ship, Gneisenau. Buoyed by a top speed of 31.5 knots, this battleship wreaked havoc on Allied shipping with its nine 11-inch guns. It was involved in the invasion of Norway in 1940, during which it sank the British carrier HMS Glorious. In early 1941 the Scharnhorst and Gneisenau broke out into the Atlantic to lay siege to Allied shipping lanes. On December 25 1943, the Scharnhorst and accompanying destroyers put to sea to interdict Arctic convoys heading to Russia. However, aware of German plans, the British intercepted the Scharnhorst with a Royal Navy battleship, cruisers and destroyers. Reeling under multiple salvos of 2195 shells and 55 torpedoes, the Scharnhorst finally succumbed to its mortal wounds at 1945 hours on December 26. Of the 1968 crewmen aboard, only 36 survived. As an interesting footnote, the wreck of the Scharnhorst was discovered off North Cape in northern Norway in 2000.

Dragon’s project to create a 1/350 scale kit of the Scharnhorst was a mammoth undertaking. The result of 18 months of intensive labor, the impressively sized kit is Dragon’s first ever battleship in this scale. And what a battleship it is! The enormous lower hull is made as a single piece via slide molds, and the accurate hull includes the correct undercut shapes. The deck fits perfectly onto the one-piece hull, with a single joint line completely hidden beneath the superstructure. The deck includes fine lines representing the plank pattern, and the bridge superstructure is made to the finest possible thickness. The bridge is also made by slide molds so that there are no parting lines to mar this highly visible element. The kit makes use of multimedia materials with a judicious use of photo-etched parts. The canvas waterproof covers that fit over the guns in their turrets are made from DS in order to give the necessary flexibility and realistic texture. The gun turrets, made by slide molds, are fully detailed, with even their riveted construction depicted.

This kit represents the Scharnhorst as it appeared on its final mission in 1943. Ship modelers are certain to be tantalized by the Scharnhorst’s mouthwatering level of detail and sophistication!

Dragon 1/350 German Z-26 Destroyer (Smart Kit) DR 1064 Dragon 1/350 German Z-26 Destroyer (Smart Kit) DR 1064
$66.99
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Dragon 1/350 German Z-32 Destroyer DR 1065 Dragon 1/350 German Z-32 Destroyer DR 1065
$66.99
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Description

Germany produced 15 Zerstörer 1936A-class destroyers. They were actually closer in size to a light cruiser than a destroyer, and notably they were known only by their hull numbers and didn’t receive any names. The 3,597-ton Z32 was laid down at the DeSchiMAG shipyard in Bremen on 1 November 1940, before being commissioned on 15 September 1942. Z32 and two accompanying ships were ordered to sail to Brest soon after the D-Day landings. The Allies intercepted the radio order and Canadian Beaufighters were dispatched to attack the ships steaming through the Bay of Biscay. Z32 was slightly damaged but reached Brest, before departing again for Cherbourg. During a major naval engagement, she was damaged by the Canadian ships HMCS Haida and HMCS Huron in the Battle of Ushant on 9 June 1944, off the coast of Brittany. She was destroyed by air attack after beaching herself on the coast. 

Dragon has earlier offered 1/350 scale kits of the Z31, Z38 and Z39 destroyers, and the trio is now being joined by their sister, Z32. This new kit comes with a brand new hull (which can be assembled as a full-hull or waterline-hull kit) beautifully created by slide mold. This hull includes degaussing cables, which were added to ships to reduce their magnetic field and so reduce the risk from magnetic torpedoes and mines. As with Dragon’s other Z-series destroyers, this kit is produced with the highest levels of engineering excellence, and its makes sensible use of other elements from these kits. A comprehensive selection of photo-etched parts is available to upgrade the sophisticated plastic components too. This is a stunning kit of another Kriegsmarine warship, one that had an interesting combat experience.

Dragon 1/350 German Z-38 Destroyer DR 1049 Dragon 1/350 German Z-38 Destroyer DR 1049
$68.99
In stock

Description

Case pack: 20 Pieces per carton
Box Size: 8.3x18.9x2.6

Features:
- Newly tooled aft-superstructure
- Newly designed bridge made by slide-mold technology
- One-piece slide-molded upper hull w/undercut details realistically represented
- Waterline of full-hull version can be assembled
- Highly detailed portholes molded on hull
- Single AA gun w/finest details
- Delicate mines reproduced
- Bilge keels are represented on lower hull by slide-mold technology
- Sumatra radar faithfully replicated
- 20mm Naval-vierling w/finest details
- Detailed 533mm torpedo launcher reproduced
- Realistically detailed slide-molded gun barrels w/hollow ends
- 150mm twin turret w/2 square life rafts is reproduced
- 127mm single turret delicately reproduced
- Delicately detailed funnel
- Realistic photo-etched funnel cap grills w/finest details
- Extra-thin shield walls on superstructure for accurate 1/350 scale appearance
- Detailed torpedo locker
- The mast is intricately reproduced
- Accurate workboat and captains boat included
- Winch and mine rails accurately replicated
- Highly detailed superstructure w/molded-on details
- Delicate ventilation grill area accurately portrayed
- Square life rafts are realistically produced
- 5 realistic 1/350 scale figures

 

Dragon 1/350 German Z-39 Destroyer (Smart Kit) DR 1037 Dragon 1/350 German Z-39 Destroyer (Smart Kit) DR 1037
$66.99
Available to order

Description

Case Pack: 20 Pieces per case
Box Size: 8.3 x 18.9 x 2.6
Features:
- Newly tooled 3-directional slide-molded twin 150mm gun turret
- Newly tooled 37mm LM42 intricate reproduced
- Newly tooled mid supperstructure with 533mm torpedo launcher
- Delicate paravane is newly tooled
- Waterline or full-hull version can be assembled
- One-piece slide-molded upper hull w/undercut details realistically represented
- Bilge keels are represented on lower hull by slide-mold technology
- Realistically detailed slide-molded gun barrels w/hollow ends
- 150mm twin turret w/2-square life rafts is reproduced
- 127mm single-1 delicately reproduced
- Delicate twin Flak 38 LM43
- 20mm Naval-vierling w/finest details
- Slide-molded 127mm single-2
- 3.7 twin anti-aircraft gun w/fine details and photo-etched gunner seat
- Torpedo boom is accurately recreated
- 6 realistic 1/350 scale figures
- Extra-thin shield walls on superstructure reproduced for accurate 1/350 scale appearance
- Delicate winch and detailed mine rails are accurately replicated
- Accurate workboat stowage and captains boat are included
- 3m rangefinders w/finest details and 4m rangefinders are produced
- Square life rafts are realistically produced
- Signal lamp delicately rendered
- Detailed torpedo locker
- Delicate funnel on bridge w/accurate detail is intricately reproduced
- Realistic photo-etched funnel cap grills w/finest details
- Delicate FuMO 63 radar is accurately presented
- The mast is intricately reproduced
- Sumatra radar faithfully replicated
- FuMO 27 radar is accurately presented
- Delicate vent door area is accurately presented

Dragon 1/700 German Z-38 Destroyer (Smart Kit) DR 7134 Dragon 1/700 German Z-38 Destroyer (Smart Kit) DR 7134
$34.99
In stock

Description


Box Size: 7.5 x 11.4 x 1.8

Features:
- One waterline or one full-hull version can be assembled
- Accurate workboat stowage and captains boat are included
- Upper hull w/undercut details realistically represented
- Detailed funnels w/photo-etched funnel cap grills
- Intricate bridge rendered w/authentic details
- Photo-etched FuMO 27 radar rendered accurately
- Sumatra radar faithfully replicated
- 3m rangerfinders produced w/finest details
- Square life rafts are realistically produced
- 53.3cm torpedo launcher molded
- Delicate winch and detailed mine rails are accurately replicated
- Realistically detailed slide-molded gun barrels w/hollow ends
- Slide-molded 15cm twin turret
- 12.7cm single-gun turret delicately reproduced
- 3-directional slide-molded twin 15cm gun turret
- Single AA gun w/finest details
- Well-crafted 2cm Naval-vierling
- 3.7cm twin AA gun w/fine details

Dragon 1/700 German Z-39 Destroyer - Smart Kit DR 7103 Dragon 1/700 German Z-39 Destroyer - Smart Kit DR 7103
$34.99
In stock
Dragon 1/700 German Z-39 Destroyer - Smart Kit

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Description

Crewmen included in 1/350 German Battleship Scharnhorst!!!

Dimensions: 66 x 10.2 x 30.5cm

An appropriate accessory included in this kit is a comprehensive set of 1/350 scale crewmen. Although the figures might be small, they are highly detailed and true to scale. These plastic-injected crewmen far surpass similarly scaled two-dimensional photo-etched figures. Built to a high standard, figures comprise a gun crew for a 15cm gun turret. Other well-posed figures include the captain standing on the bridge, and another crewman climbing a ladder. When these figures are added to the giant battleship, they lend an air of realism and give a true sense of scale to this great German warship.

Features

- Bilge keels are represented on lower hull by slide-molded technology
- Waterline or full-hull version can be assembled
- One-piece slide-molded upper hull w/undercut details realistically represented
- Extremely detailed parts like the cranes
- Radar arrays realistically reproduced
- Extremely fine photo-etched details on radar arrays and rigging
- Two options of hatches can be modeled open/closed
- Extremely fine detailed parts like the 11.5m workboat
- Enclosed Admirals Bridge w/clear parts realistically presented
- Photo-etched ladders on funnel
- Realistic photo-etched funnel platforms
- Separate piping on rear of funnel
- Realistic photo-etched funnel cap grills
- Extra-fine detail on superstructure walls like hose and ladder partterns delicately reproduced
- Moveable searchlights include clear part w/fine details
- Signal lamp delicately rendered
- 10.5cm twin anti-aircraft gun finely reproduced
- 2cm Flakvierling gun and 2cm naval Flak gun accurately produced w/photo-etched parts
- 3.7cm twin anti-aircraft gun w/fine details and photo-etched gunner seat
- Forward superstructure w/authentic detail
- Extra-thin shield walls on superstructure reproduced for accurate 1:350 scale appearance
- Life rafts w/authentic details
- One-piece aft superstructure slide-molded w/authentic shape
- 15cm single turrets, 15cm twin turrets, and 28cm triple turrets authentically reproduced w/optional blast bags
- Turret w/realistic bolt detail
- Realistically detailed gun barrels include slide-molded hollow ends
- Anton and Bruno 28cm turrets realistically reproduced
- Accurate workboat stowage
- True-to-scale propellers reproduced
- One-piece slide-molded lower hull w/undercut details realistically represented
- Rudder can be easily assembled
- Rangefinders located fore and aft

Dragon is proud to announce its most stunning ship kit ever – a 1/350 scale rendition of the famous German battleship Scharnhorst! The 31,500-ton Scharnhorst was commissioned on January 7 1939, and it often operated in partnership with its sister ship, Gneisenau. Buoyed by a top speed of 31.5 knots, this battleship wreaked havoc on Allied shipping with its nine 11-inch guns. It was involved in the invasion of Norway in 1940, during which it sank the British carrier HMS Glorious. In early 1941 the Scharnhorst and Gneisenau broke out into the Atlantic to lay siege to Allied shipping lanes. On December 25 1943, the Scharnhorst and accompanying destroyers put to sea to interdict Arctic convoys heading to Russia. However, aware of German plans, the British intercepted the Scharnhorst with a Royal Navy battleship, cruisers and destroyers. Reeling under multiple salvos of 2195 shells and 55 torpedoes, the Scharnhorst finally succumbed to its mortal wounds at 1945 hours on December 26. Of the 1968 crewmen aboard, only 36 survived. As an interesting footnote, the wreck of the Scharnhorst was discovered off North Cape in northern Norway in 2000.

Dragon’s project to create a 1/350 scale kit of the Scharnhorst was a mammoth undertaking. The result of 18 months of intensive labor, the impressively sized kit is Dragon’s first ever battleship in this scale. And what a battleship it is! The enormous lower hull is made as a single piece via slide molds, and the accurate hull includes the correct undercut shapes. The deck fits perfectly onto the one-piece hull, with a single joint line completely hidden beneath the superstructure. The deck includes fine lines representing the plank pattern, and the bridge superstructure is made to the finest possible thickness. The bridge is also made by slide molds so that there are no parting lines to mar this highly visible element. The kit makes use of multimedia materials with a judicious use of photo-etched parts. The canvas waterproof covers that fit over the guns in their turrets are made from DS in order to give the necessary flexibility and realistic texture. The gun turrets, made by slide molds, are fully detailed, with even their riveted construction depicted.

This kit represents the Scharnhorst as it appeared on its final mission in 1943. Ship modelers are certain to be tantalized by the Scharnhorst’s mouthwatering level of detail and sophistication!

Dragon 1/350 German Z-26 Destroyer (Smart Kit)

Description

Germany produced 15 Zerstörer 1936A-class destroyers. They were actually closer in size to a light cruiser than a destroyer, and notably they were known only by their hull numbers and didn’t receive any names. The 3,597-ton Z32 was laid down at the DeSchiMAG shipyard in Bremen on 1 November 1940, before being commissioned on 15 September 1942. Z32 and two accompanying ships were ordered to sail to Brest soon after the D-Day landings. The Allies intercepted the radio order and Canadian Beaufighters were dispatched to attack the ships steaming through the Bay of Biscay. Z32 was slightly damaged but reached Brest, before departing again for Cherbourg. During a major naval engagement, she was damaged by the Canadian ships HMCS Haida and HMCS Huron in the Battle of Ushant on 9 June 1944, off the coast of Brittany. She was destroyed by air attack after beaching herself on the coast. 

Dragon has earlier offered 1/350 scale kits of the Z31, Z38 and Z39 destroyers, and the trio is now being joined by their sister, Z32. This new kit comes with a brand new hull (which can be assembled as a full-hull or waterline-hull kit) beautifully created by slide mold. This hull includes degaussing cables, which were added to ships to reduce their magnetic field and so reduce the risk from magnetic torpedoes and mines. As with Dragon’s other Z-series destroyers, this kit is produced with the highest levels of engineering excellence, and its makes sensible use of other elements from these kits. A comprehensive selection of photo-etched parts is available to upgrade the sophisticated plastic components too. This is a stunning kit of another Kriegsmarine warship, one that had an interesting combat experience.

Description

Case pack: 20 Pieces per carton
Box Size: 8.3x18.9x2.6

Features:
- Newly tooled aft-superstructure
- Newly designed bridge made by slide-mold technology
- One-piece slide-molded upper hull w/undercut details realistically represented
- Waterline of full-hull version can be assembled
- Highly detailed portholes molded on hull
- Single AA gun w/finest details
- Delicate mines reproduced
- Bilge keels are represented on lower hull by slide-mold technology
- Sumatra radar faithfully replicated
- 20mm Naval-vierling w/finest details
- Detailed 533mm torpedo launcher reproduced
- Realistically detailed slide-molded gun barrels w/hollow ends
- 150mm twin turret w/2 square life rafts is reproduced
- 127mm single turret delicately reproduced
- Delicately detailed funnel
- Realistic photo-etched funnel cap grills w/finest details
- Extra-thin shield walls on superstructure for accurate 1/350 scale appearance
- Detailed torpedo locker
- The mast is intricately reproduced
- Accurate workboat and captains boat included
- Winch and mine rails accurately replicated
- Highly detailed superstructure w/molded-on details
- Delicate ventilation grill area accurately portrayed
- Square life rafts are realistically produced
- 5 realistic 1/350 scale figures

 

Description

Case Pack: 20 Pieces per case
Box Size: 8.3 x 18.9 x 2.6
Features:
- Newly tooled 3-directional slide-molded twin 150mm gun turret
- Newly tooled 37mm LM42 intricate reproduced
- Newly tooled mid supperstructure with 533mm torpedo launcher
- Delicate paravane is newly tooled
- Waterline or full-hull version can be assembled
- One-piece slide-molded upper hull w/undercut details realistically represented
- Bilge keels are represented on lower hull by slide-mold technology
- Realistically detailed slide-molded gun barrels w/hollow ends
- 150mm twin turret w/2-square life rafts is reproduced
- 127mm single-1 delicately reproduced
- Delicate twin Flak 38 LM43
- 20mm Naval-vierling w/finest details
- Slide-molded 127mm single-2
- 3.7 twin anti-aircraft gun w/fine details and photo-etched gunner seat
- Torpedo boom is accurately recreated
- 6 realistic 1/350 scale figures
- Extra-thin shield walls on superstructure reproduced for accurate 1/350 scale appearance
- Delicate winch and detailed mine rails are accurately replicated
- Accurate workboat stowage and captains boat are included
- 3m rangefinders w/finest details and 4m rangefinders are produced
- Square life rafts are realistically produced
- Signal lamp delicately rendered
- Detailed torpedo locker
- Delicate funnel on bridge w/accurate detail is intricately reproduced
- Realistic photo-etched funnel cap grills w/finest details
- Delicate FuMO 63 radar is accurately presented
- The mast is intricately reproduced
- Sumatra radar faithfully replicated
- FuMO 27 radar is accurately presented
- Delicate vent door area is accurately presented

Description


Box Size: 7.5 x 11.4 x 1.8

Features:
- One waterline or one full-hull version can be assembled
- Accurate workboat stowage and captains boat are included
- Upper hull w/undercut details realistically represented
- Detailed funnels w/photo-etched funnel cap grills
- Intricate bridge rendered w/authentic details
- Photo-etched FuMO 27 radar rendered accurately
- Sumatra radar faithfully replicated
- 3m rangerfinders produced w/finest details
- Square life rafts are realistically produced
- 53.3cm torpedo launcher molded
- Delicate winch and detailed mine rails are accurately replicated
- Realistically detailed slide-molded gun barrels w/hollow ends
- Slide-molded 15cm twin turret
- 12.7cm single-gun turret delicately reproduced
- 3-directional slide-molded twin 15cm gun turret
- Single AA gun w/finest details
- Well-crafted 2cm Naval-vierling
- 3.7cm twin AA gun w/fine details

Dragon 1/700 German Z-39 Destroyer - Smart Kit