All ships below are shipped fully
U.S.S. Battleship Arizona BB-39
Victim of a surprise japanese attack, the battleship USS Arizona sank quickly at Pearl Harbor,
becoming the final resting place for over 2,000 of its crew. Now the site of a national memorial in Hawaii, the Arizona
commemorates all those who perished in the attack on December 7, 1945, and all those who fought in the Pacific during World
War II. Our highly detailed die cast metal and plastic replica features four moving turrets each with three guns, twelve secondary
guns, eight anti-aircraft guns, four propellers, two spotter floatplanes and much more. 1:700 scale. 10.25" long.
U.S.S. Carrier Hornet CV-8
Legendary as the ship that launched the daring 1942 daytime raid on Tokyo Japan by Lt.
Col. Jimmy Doolittle, the USS Hornet also played an integral part in the pivotial Battle of Midway. The Hornet's heroic service
ended in the savage Battle of Santa Cruz on October 26, 1942. Our highly detailed die cast metal and plastic replica rendition
features 16 twin-engined B-25 bombers on the flight deck (the planes making the "Tokyo Raid"), eight 5-inch guns, sixteen1.1-inch
guns, twenty-four 20mm guns, four propellers, and much more. 1:700 scale. 13.75" long.
U.S.S. Missouri BB-63
Site Of The Japanese Surrender. The last battleship built by the U.S., "The Mighty
Mo" began its career in 1944 supporting the invasions of Iwo Jima and Okinawa. After participating in the final bombardments
of the Japanese mainland, the Missouri became the site of the official Japanese surrender. Later serving in the Korean and
Persian Gulf wars, the battleship is now a floating museum at Pearl Harbor, anchored near her sister ship, the sunken Arizona.
Our highly detailed die cast metal and plastic replica features nine 16-inch guns in three turrets, twelve 5-inch guns and
much more. 15" long.
U.S.S Carrier Intrepid CV-11
This former Intrepid crewmen had a unique idea about displaying
Thank you. It arrived today in fine shape.
I am impressed with the weight and detail
at such a fair price.
Attached is quick photo I took to give
you an idea of my display.
The wood block is a small piece of the original flight deck,
1945, before she was converted to her currant configuration.
Don't mind the photo quality....I may have lightened them up
I'll send more after I get brass plaque made and finish display.
Thanks again, Jim
Survivor Of Three Kamikaze Attacks. Proving to be a highly resilient ship, the
aircraft carrier Intrepid survived an aerial torpedo during the attack on Truk, a suicide plane while attacking targets in
the Philippines, another suicide attack during the bombardment of the Japanese home islands, and a simultaneous attack by
two kamikazes during the Okinawa campaign. Surviving all attempts to sink her, the Intrepid is now a Sea-Air-Space museum
in New York City harbor. Our highly detailed die cast metal and plastic rendition features twelve 5-inch guns in four turrets,
16 aircraft and much more. 15" long.
USS Battleship New Jersey BB-62
Most Decorated Ship Of All Time. Veteran of four wars from World War II to Desert
Storm, the USS New Jersey has served all over the globe since its original commissioning in 1943. The New Jersey's guns provided
cover and screen for aircraft carriers and bombarded land targets with its 2,700 pound shells. The famed battleship now serves
as a naval museum in Camden, NJ. Our highly detailed die cast metal and plastic version features nine 16-inch guns in three
movable turrets, twenty 5-inch dual purpose guns in six twin mounts, eight armored box launchers for 32 Tomahawk cruise missiles,
four quadruple canister launchers for 16 Harpoon anti-ship missiles, a Kaman SH-2 Seasprite helicopter, four propellers, and
much more. 1:700 scale. 15" long.
U.S.S Heavy Cruiser Indianapolis CA-35
Sunk After Delivering Atomic Bomb. Taking part in numerous missions in her long
career, the heavy cruiser Indianapolis served throughout the Pacific, from Alaska to the Philippines. On her last voyage after
delivering atomic bomb components to Tinian Island, the Indianapolis was hit by two torpedoes and quickly sank. Only 316 of
the 1199 man crew survived, making it America's worst naval disaster. Our highly detailed die cast metal and plastic model
features nine 8-inch guns in three turrets, four 5-inch guns, twenty-four 40mm intermediate range guns, thirty-two 20mm guns,
and much more. 10.25" long.