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HIJMS Mikasa 1902
So, ordering as you probably well know is problematic during this crisis. So I order up 2 kits with extras and the bulk of this one has arrived, just awaiting some delicious guns from Micromaster in NZ. Best 3D printing I have seen hands down. The Big Blue Boy upgrade is Newly produced so this should be one of the first builds. I got some actual aa guns that are not a flat piece of PE which I dislike anyway. The plans are from Profile Morskie. I also got some extra aircraft for the hangar. The ship was commissioned in 1938 and effectively gone by 1942. Not much to weather
In 2012, my family and I traveled from Post Falls to southern Idaho, about 450 mi (725 km). My oldest son, 14yrs at the time, was participating in a state wide football tournament. We did sight seeing, Craters of the Moon, the State Capitol, the Boise Zoo, but what I wanted to see was a military museum. The one we found was somewhat small, tanks and armor vehicles outside and military 'stuff' inside. What caught my eye was two model ships, USS Idaho BB-42 and the USS Boise CL-47! I vowed to build both, however the only kits available were resin and way out of my price range, $350 and $225 respectively. So, I said 'someday' and left it at that. Fast forward to 2019, one of my fellow modelers suggested kit bashing the Arizona into the Idaho and he sent be some plans I believe are Russian printed in Polish/English! And now Covid-19, you would think I could get a lot of modeling done with working from home for over a month now. Not the case, however, my wife did let me purchase the Hobby Boss 1/350 USS Arizona! Let the kit bash begin!
Hi. i end the model. If you want to see full version please check the link: (polish language) http://www.koga.net.pl/forum/viewtopic.php?f=523&t=47232&p=85006#p85006