1920s Pocket Battleship Design

Started by SigfanUSAF, August 29, 2016, 03:36:53 AM

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Dave "Sandiego89"
Chesapeake, Virginia, USA


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Fantastic! What's the length and what was the original kit?
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That started life as Academys 1/350 USS Indianapolis

Captain Canada

Very cool ! Great job for a 350 kit as well, I was going to guess that it was a 200 scale ship !

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looks fantastic fella  :wub:
ps i didnt know they had satellite tv in the 20s  :o
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Quote from: eatthis on August 30, 2016, 11:50:36 AM

ps i didnt know they had satellite tv in the 20s  :o

That'll be a sound locator for detecting one of those infernal aeroplane thingies I'm sure.  ;)
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Joe C-P

There was an actual proposal, similar to this, for the US to produce small battleships for the South American navies, to replace the WW1-era ships.
Good work! It has the right look.  :thumbsup:
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