German Heavy Cruiser Prinz Eugen - 1:700 Ships - Tamiya
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The following features are included Printed plastic pieces attached to spruce trees in a gray color. Model kit includes everything you need to assemble it. A highly detailed exterior including the hull, bridge, and radar tower, as well as the main bridge and turrets. In addition to two aircraft, there are several small boats on the deck as well. What is the best way to obtain detailed 20mm guns? For the hull, a weight made of steel The decals are designed to be applied in water. The steps are illustrated in detail.
The following information is included This is a plastic model kit of the German heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen in 1/700 scale.
The specifications are as follows The following is the scale The number of 700
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Plastic model kit of 1/700 scale of the German Heavy Cruiser Prinz Eugen from the Tamiya Water Line Series. Prinz Eugen was the third and last heavy cruiser from the Admiral Hipper class built by the Kriegsmarine. Heavy cruisers of this type were characterized by their massive, hull-mounted guns and their robust design. In terms of size, those from other countries far outnumber those from the United States. Heavy cruisers of the Admiral Hipper class were a size that resembled large German battleships such as the Bismarck due to their size. A fight took place between the Prinz Eugen and the French at its commission
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Is the ship going to need gluing?
It is required that cement or glue be used to assemble these plastic warship model kits. Thanks for your message.
Do the decals on the ship make it look as good as in the picture, or does it have to be painted?
Pictured here is one that has been built as well as painted, and comes with only the small numbers that come with it.
The differences between 1 and 2 are as follows Is 1/700 the same as 700?
I will make both In regards to scale rate, 700 and 1/700 serve the same purposes.
How does the ship look like? Is it painted, or is it glued?
You need to provide your own paint and glue
Selected User Reviews For German Heavy Cruiser Prinz Eugen - 1:700 Ships - Tamiya
It fits well and has many fine As soon as I bought it, I assumed it was a full ship, but was actually a waterline kit xD I wasn't paying attention
This kit ain't bad at all!.
| May 16, 2021
The purchase was well worth it
Almost all of the pieces were present. The recommendation is to use. The shipper was prompt and the condition was good.
| Oct 04, 2020
I am very pleased
These are a favorite of my son. Fans of World War II should read this.
| Nov 03, 2020
I give this product 5 stars
I think it's great.
| Apr 21, 2021