|Nov 12, 2012, 11:28 AM|
Bismarck had three 3 bladed props of 4700mm(15.42ft.) diameter. The center prop was left handed, that is as viewed from the stern looking forward, the left e
dge of the prop blades were the farthest forward.
|Nov 20, 2012, 02:42 PM|
Guess what the brown truck brought me yesterday!
Huge box! Well packaged.
Great PE set. I really don't see the need for an aftermarket kit.
The Arados are not molded in clear. The also seems to be no clear canopy---but a unique PE canopy frame. Not sure how I feel about this. An optional clear would have been nice.
The hull is quite solid, especially with stiffeners.
I was disappointed not to see metal main guns. The bonus turret kit has them and they are very nice. Looks like an upgrade is in order.
|Aug 15, 2013, 09:26 PM|
Another Bismarck, nice weathering...
And another one here but there is a lot of nice work here, so browse...
|Aug 19, 2013, 10:59 PM|
Darn shame Ocean Voyage is no longer around. They sure made some nice IJN kits in this & other scales. You'll see photos of their 1/200 Kongo on the following link alongside another Bismarck.
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