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1/700 U.S.S. Hancock CV-19

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Dragon 7056 1/700 U.S.S. Hancock CV-19

This famous aircraft carrier is the subject of a new 1/700 scale kit from Dragon. There are various options with the model, including the choice of a waterline or full hull. Add to that the novel inclusion of an optional transparent flight deck, which allows interior details to be seen if so desired by the modeler. Featuring intricate injection molded parts, complemented by clever use of photo-etched metal parts, this is the kit to own.

Features:
- Newly tooled antenna components for bridge NEW TOOLING
- Updated twin 20mm and Quad 40mm anti-aircraft MGs and mounts
- New photo-etched gun platforms
- Finely detailed one-piece superstructure
- Contains parts so all hull doors can be modeled in an open, half-open or closed position
- Hangar deck with interior details
- Accurately shaped and patterned flight deck
- Deck-edge elevator can be positioned up or down
- Plastic and photo-etched options available for safety net
- Flight deck elevators can be posed raised or lowered
- Slide-molded 5-inch twin gun turrets
- Onboard aircraft comprise SB2C, F6F Hellcat and TBF/M Avenger, all conveniently constructed in transparent plastic
- Bonus slide-molded tugboat with waterline hull option BONUS
- Bonus transparent flight deck shows off a mass of interior details BONUS
- Option of a waterline version or a full hull version with presentation stand
- 1:700 photo-etched deck crew included
- New Cartograf decal

About the USS Hancock:
Laid down as the “Ticonderoga” in January 1943, this CV-19 aircraft carrier was renamed “USS Hancock” and launched almost exactly a year later. The first combat voyage of this carrier displacing 27,100 tons was a daring raid on the Ryukyu Islands and Formosa in October 1944 in indirect support of the Leyte landings in the Philippines. Throughout the course of the remaining months of WWII, “USS Hancock” was in the thick of action against Japan in the Pacific, facing and overcoming typhoons, an aircraft explosion, enemy dive bombers, and direct hits from kamikaze pilots. When the Japanese Imperial Government surrendered formally aboard the battleship “Missouri”, planes from the “Hancock” were flying overhead. This aircraft carrier had a full and distinguished combat record (including right up to the Vietnam era)

Sku: DR07056
Vendor: Dragon
HK$298.00
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