Tirpitz Battleship 1944 1/700 Trumpeter

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The Tirpitz was the second largest battleship ever built in Europe, although perhaps it didn’t achieve the same fame as its sister ship, the Bismarck. Named after Admiral Alfred von Tirpitz, this battleship never actually fired its guns against an enemy vessel. The Tirpitz and Scharnhorst bombarded Allied defenders on the island of Spitsbergen, Norway as a battalion of German troops landed in a temporary occupation. After this operation the battleship moved south, where it lurked in German bases. At this time the Tirpitz was dubbed the ‘Lonely Queen of the North’ until it was sunk by Tallboy bombs dropped from Lancaster bombers on November 12, 1944.

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Product Details:

Scale: 1/700
Skill Level: 3
Length: 14.2”
Beam: 2.2”
Parts: 290
- Painting and assembly required

- 8 sprues
- Build waterline or full hull version
- Detailed radar and gun assemblies
- Includes Arado Ar 196A aircraft
- Includes display stand and nameplate
- One-piece hulls and waterline plate
- Includes onboard crane and boats
- One decal sheet with 1944 markings
- Illustrated instructions and paint guide


Paint Guide:

Neutral Grey
Dark Earth
Flat Black
Dark Yellow
Orange Yellow
Flat White
Intermediate Blue
Light Blue RLM 78
Green FS 34092
Light Grey
Grey Maizuru Naval Yard