Plastic Model Kits

The Late Great TitanicKit

 
The story of the Titanic is the stuff of legends. In 1912, the Titanic was the largest, most luxurious moving object on the face of the earth. It has been said that more care and detail was lavished on the Titanic's interiors than on any vessel before or since. There were seven magnificent grand staircases, two huge wrought iron and glass domed skylights, four elevators, a gymnasium, swimming pool, squash court and Turkish baths. There was a hospital with an operating room, a library, post office and a 50 phone switchboard. When the Titanic sank on April 15, 1912, off the coast of Newfoundland, there was an appalling loss of life. The Titanic was designed to carry 2,500 passengers and a crew of about 900. The British Board of Trade specified 16 lifeboats; White Star Line provided 20. The “unsinkable Titanic" grazed an iceberg, slicing open one-third of her length to the sea, and sank two hours and forty minutes later, leaving over 1,500 people to freeze in the icy waters of the North Atlantic. It remains to this day history's most controversial marine disaster. Uncounted among the casualties was the end of an age of innocence and a way of life. No more would class distinction determine who lived and who died. The very fabric of society was about to undergo wrenching changes. That night, there was heroism, sacrifice, and cowardice among the passengers and crew. To this day, there are very real questions relating to the cause of the disaster, its effect on our society, and what really happened on that fateful night. Today, over two miles below the surface of the deep, her beauty has been transformed by marine life and the passage of time.

RMS Titanic
J.P. Morgan the owner of the White Star Line would be proud of this model! Engineered from the original plans this kit is accurate down to the smallest details. The Titanic Historical Society was very helpful in providing the story this tragic event. The styrene parts are molded in four colors. We do recommend painting for the most realistic finish. The stand which is included is chrome plated in gold chrome. Flags, decals, plastic railings, rigging along with brass chain complete this marvelous kit.

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#103-571-3 RMS Titanic kit Can be modified for Radio Control.
Dimensions:
length:30-1/4" scale:1/350 US$100.00 on Special US$84.95

#104-593-0 RMS Titanic kit 
Dimensions:
length:18" scale:1/570 US$19.50

Paint sets
Please pick the paints for me. (Acrylic paints)

#180-601-1 3X Plastic Glues set
Contains three different types of glues. The first is for general assembly. The second is for gluing small plastic parts when you do not want any of the glue to show. This glue is also used for fusing long seams. The third is for gluing the photo etched parts together and to your model. US$9.95

#180-600-9 Titanic showcase
Custom made acrylic show case to fit either the 1/350 or 1/400 kit. The front, top and back are made of one piece of acrylic and bent with heat. The sides are glued and then torched to give added strength. The hand finished wooden base is made of oak and pine and is available in four finishes. Maple, clear Oak, Asphalt black or no finish at all.
Thickness: 1/8" US$110.95

#180-602-3 Titanic brass name plaque
Brass plaque with your name on it. (three lines)US$7.95

RMS Titanic 1912
built by
"Your name"


Gold Medal Photo etched super detail sets in -1/400 scale.
For replacing the existing plastic parts with actual "to scale parts" for even more realism.

#178-815-0 Metal railing set (for 1/350-1/400 scale ships)
Railings, veritcal ladders, railings for stairways, crane details, lifeboat rigging & life preservers. US$59.95

#178-828-7 Two hundred eighteen passengers including "the orchestra"
(for 1/350-1/400 scale ships) US$14.95

#181-808-0 Life Boat Davits Set
Welin Quadrant Life Boat Davits Set: Photo etched kit complete with: davits, life boat pulleys (long), life boat pulleys (short), and two template to aid you in bending the davits exactly the same with ease. US$26.40

#178-820-1 One hundred crewmen: Officers, sailors & signal men set (for 1/350-1/400 scale ships) In various poses climbing ladders, pointing, waving, gestulating & saluting. US$9.95

#178-827-5 Wooden deck chairs, wrought iron benches (for 1/350-1/400 scale)
This kit comes complete with the brass ship's wheel, wooden deck lounge chairs, wireless spreaders, crane boom girders, cargo crane platform railings, docking bridge supports, well deck folding gates, life boat saftey lines, wrought iron promenade benches all made of photo etched brass. US$26.40

Gold Medal Photo etched detail sets in 1/570 to 1/600 scale. For replacing the existing plastic parts with actual "to scale parts" for even more realism.

#178-798-2 Metal railing set
Railings, veritcal ladders, railings for stairways, crane details, lifeboat rigging & life preservers. (for the 1/570 to 1/600 scale ships) US$17.50

#178-788-1 One hundred crewmen: Officers, sailors & signal men set
In various poses climbing ladders, pointing, waving & saluting. (for 1/570 to 1/700 scale ships) US$7.95

Metal Anchor Chain
PH4410 Blackened metal anchor chain for 1/350 scale US$4.25
PH4402 Brass anchor chain for 1/350 scale US$3.95
PH4400 Brass anchor chain for 1/700 scale US$4.25


International flag set
#180-504-5 These flags are printed so that they appear to be blowing in the wind. Company flags for various passenger ship companies such as White Star Line and Cunard Steam Ship Line. Also included are flags of several countries such as the Unitied States, Britain, Japan, etc. This set includes flags in both 1/700 and 1/350 US$9.95

Please note: Our minimum order is US$25.00

This page was last updated Jan 1st 2007.


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