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Traditional assembly plank on frame wood model ship kit .

 Sails set factory stitched included.

 

* Length : 890 mm .

* Heigth : 860 mm .

* Beam : 340 mm .

* Scale : 1/61 .

 

Instructions booklet : English, french ,german, italian , portuguese and spanish text.

Difficulty level : Advanced modellers.

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385,90 €

318,93 € tax excl.

CNS-80839


Availability: In stock

 

TRADITIONAL ASSEMBLY PLANK ON FRAME WOOD SHIP KIT

 

THE SHIP :

HMS Prince, one of the most beautiful 17th century English ships was designed by Phineas Pett and launched in Chatham in 1670.

It was a first Rate ship armed with 100 cannons and had a wartime crew of 780 men.

 

THE KIT :

* Naval model ship kit form the naval modelling leading Spanish maker.

* Traditional double plank on frame construction.

* Factory precut keel and all main frame parts.

* Highest quality planking sapely, american walnut and fine lime woods.

* All fittings are presented in useful clear hard plastic boxes with separate departments with a detachable self-gripping top .

* High quality fittings in diecast metal old style burnished or in real turned brass.

 

* De luxe booklet with hundrerds of images step by step of the assembly stages.


* Plans set with the top and side views of the model in scale 1:1

 

  

TECHNICAL DATA :

DIFFICULTY LEVELADVANCED MODELLERS
Maker CONSTRUCTO
Item :Wood ship in kit form.
Full Length : 890 mm
Beam :340 mm
Height :860 mm
Scale : 1/61
Hull : Traditional double plank on frame system
Keel and skeleton : Crosscoat plywood factory laser cut
Fittings : Metal die cast and turned brass
Wood included in the kit : Sapele, walnut and tilewood
Sails set factory sewnYes.
Plans set :Scale 1:1 Included
Instructions booklet languages :Spanish - English - French - German - Italian - Portuguese.
Wood base recommend (not included)From 600 to 700 mm Length
Support pedestals recommended (not incl.)AMATI - Ref. AMT-5690/35
  

 

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