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Pola was an Italian Zara-class heavy cruiser, which served in the Regia Marina during World War II. The cruiser was named after the city of Pola.Her keel was laid down 1931; she was launched on 5 October 1931, and her construction was completed in 1932. It sank on 29 March 1941.
|Model Dimension||Length: 522.2mm Width: 58.8mm Height: mm|
|Total Plastic Parts||182pcs|
|Total Sprues||three sprues, full hull, and stand|
Landing Ship, Tank (LST) was the military designation for naval vessels created during World War II to support amphibious operations by carrying significant quantities of vehicles, cargo, and landing troops directly onto an unimproved shore.
The first tank landing ships were built to British requirements by conversion of existing ships. This was followed by a purpose built ship. Thereafter, the British and US collaborated upon a joint design which was adopted for the use of both with majority of the construction carried out by the US and supplied under lend-lease. The majority, a thousand, were laid down in the United States during World War II for use by the Allies. Eighty more were built in the United Kingdom and Canada.
This unassembled plastic model kit requires glue and paints for assembly (not included).
- Authentic replica
- Historical decals
- Display stand included
- Easy to assemble
- Authentic 1/245 Scale
- Measures 16 inches (40.6cm) long
- Recommended for ages 14+
- Giant Size of over 542 mm Long
- Beam of 108mm
- Multi-directional Slide-molded Bridge
- Positional Missile Hatch
- Detailed Radar Mast
- Rotating Gun Turrets
- Metal Chains, Brass Wire and Metal Shaft
- Removable Missiles
- Decals for Multiple Boats
- Photo Etched Detailing Sheet x 2
- 22 Injection Molded Spruces
- Over 750 Parts
Revell 1/1200 Gift Set – 125 Years Hurtigruten Trollfjord & Midnatsol Plastic Kit 05692
Skill level: 3
Length: 113 mm
Forging past frozen fjords
MS Midnatsol (Midnight Sun) bears the dual roles of mail ship and cruise-liner as it travels the coastline of Norway from Bergen, a city of 400,000 in the south, to Kirkenes, a town of 4,000 in the north. It passes pristine fjords, coastal mountains and glacial peaks in a beautiful and dangerous trek performed in total darkness or total sun, depending on the time of year. Kit features a detailed vessel with swimming pool, detailed hull, decorative display stand and decals for the Midnatsol.