Academy 1:350 U.S.S. Indianapolis CA-35
Plastic Model Kit
This is an Academy 1:350 U.S.S. Indianapolis CA-35 Plastic Model Kit. The U.S.S. Indianapolis CA-35 was used by the U.S. Navy in the Pacific War and it delivered the first operational atomic bomb to the island of Tinian. Torpedoed and sunk July 30, 1945, there were just 317 survivors from a crew of 1,196.
Academy has done its homework for this ALL NEW TOOLING kit. It bristles with armament, including 8" main guns, 5" guns, a quad 40 mm and twin 20 mm cannons. It features a scale SC-1 Seahawk search plane, life rafts and floater nets, search light, carefully reproduced radars, aircraft steam catapult, nicely defined superstructure, propellers and countless other skillfully crafted details.
• Highly Detailed Precision Molded Plastic Parts - All New Tooling
• Highly Detailed Life Rafts, Floater Nets, Search Light, Radars, Aircraft Steam Catapult and Propellers
• Highly Detailed Armament Includes 8" Main Guns, 5" Guns, a Quad 40mm Cannon and Twin 20mm Cannons
• Includes Scale SC-1 Seahwak Search Plane
• Scale: 1:350
*This is a plastic model kit that requires painting and assembly. Paint and modeling supplies required and are available separately.
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