SS-1D Scud-C Missile Launcher 1/35 Trumpeter

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The first use of the term Scud was in the NATO name SS-1b Scud-A, applied to the R-11 ballistic missile. The R-11 was developed by the Korolyev OKBand entered service in 1957. The most revolutionary innovation in the R-11 was the engine, designed by A.M. Isaev. Far simpler than the V-2's multi-chamber design, and employing an anti-oscillation baffle to prevent chugging, it was a forerunner to the larger engines used in Soviet launch vehicles. Further developed variants were the SS-1c Scud-B in 1961 and the SS-1d Scud-C in 1965, both of which could carry either a conventional high-explosive, a 5- to 80-kiloton nuclear, or a chemical warhead. The SS-1e Scud-D variant developed in the 1980s can deliver a terminally guided warhead capable of greater precision.

Please see the paint guides below for Trumpeter’s suggested colors.


Product Details:

Scale: 1/35
Length: 11.38”
Width: 4.25”
Total Parts: 1330+
- 19 sprues and tires
- Detailed multi-directional slide-molded cab
- Full drive train assembly with engine transmission, differential housing and suspension units      
- Photo-etched parts included              
- Decals
- Main tires are hollow rubber with very good tread pattern
- Windshield and side windows are made of clear parts
- Brass wire


Paint Guides:

A. Black
Tire Black
Crystal Orange
Crystal Red
ZIS 508 Green
NATO Green
Russian Brown
Sand Beige
Red Brown Light

B. Tire Black
Sand Cream
Russian Dark Green
ZIS 508 Green
Protective Green
Dark Brown
Crystal Orange
Crystal Red