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  1. Yesterday i finished my first ship It is Academy's USS Indianapolis in 1:350 scale. I don't have enough expirience to say is this good model, or not, are details correct and that stuff, but it's my first and I am happy. The stand under the ship is home made with help from family and friends. The pictures are here so please leave comments no matter are they good or bad Thank you.
  2. Managed to fit this in while waiting for the paint/plaster of paris to dry on the big U-Boat! It's the Revell reboxing of the original Matchbox 1/700 Indianapolis. It was my Christmas (2013!) present from my brother in law. Indianapolis was one of only two Portland-class heavy (8-in) cruisers. I depicted the ship on its last mission - it's just cranking up to full speed having left the Golden Gate bridge behind on 16 July 1945. The ship set two records on this last journey which still stand today - one commendable, and the other tragic. It still holds the record for the fastest surface cross
  3. USS Indianapolis Premium Edition Academy 1:350 History Indianapolis was the second of two ships in the Portland class; third class of "treaty cruisers" to be constructed by the United States Navy following the Washington Naval Treaty of 1922, following the two vessels of the Pensacola class ordered in 1926 and the six vessels of the Northampton class ordered in 1927. Ordered for the U.S. Navy in fiscal year 1930, Indianapolis was originally designated as a light cruiser, and given the hull classification symbol CL-35, being re-designated a heavy cruiser with the symbol CA-35 on 1 J
  4. USS Indianapolis replacement barrels 1:350 Master The latest sets received from Master Models provide items for two manufactures interpretations of the USS Indianapolis. Both sets include brass/aluminium barrels for the main and secondary armament, 9 pieces for the 8” guns and 8 pieces for the 5” guns. Whereas the Academy set just has the barrels, the Trumpeter set also comes with three resin trunnions for the main guns. The barrels are superbly done and bring a real scale diameter which injection moulded items can’t seem to match. Academy Trumpeter Conclus
  5. USS Indianapolis Academy 1:350 History Indianapolis was the second of two ships in the Portland class; third class of "treaty cruisers" to be constructed by the United States Navy following the Washington Naval Treaty of 1922, following the two vessels of the Pensacola class ordered in 1926 and the six vessels of the Northampton class ordered in 1927. Ordered for the U.S. Navy in fiscal year 1930, Indianapolis was originally designated as a light cruiser, and given the hull classification symbol CL-35, being re-designated a heavy cruiser with the symbol CA-35 on 1 July 1931. As built
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