Revell WWII US Pt-109 Torpedo Boat plastic model kit 1/72 RMX-310
Revell WWII US Pt-109 Torpedo Boat plastic model kit 1/72 RMX-310

Revell WWII US Pt-109 Torpedo Boat plastic model kit 1/72 RMX-310

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132641 features: -Features Crew figures, detailed torpedo tubes. Skill level 2-requires paint and glue (not included). pt-109 is immortalized as the boat commanded by John F Kennedy. Pts were powered by three twelve-cylinder Packard engines and equipped with four torpedo tubes, machine guns, and an anti-aircraft gun. Without ceremony or christening, she was lowered into Newark Bay in July 1942; two months later her baptism under fire took place in the Guadalcanal war area. 83 pieces molded in dark green. Four torpedo tubes, two twin 50 caliber Machine guns, a 20mm cannon, a life raft, and four crew figures. -Features Crew figures detailed torpedo tubes. Skill level 2-requires paint and glue (not included). pt-109 is immortalized as the boat commanded by John F Kennedy. Pts were powered by three twelve-cylinder Packard engines and equipped with four torpedo tubes, machine guns, and an anti-aircraft gun. Without ceremony or christening, she was lowered into Newark Bay in July 1942; two months later her baptism under fire took place in the Guadalcanal war area. 83 pieces molded in dark green. Contains small parts which may be swallowed. -Features Crew figures detailed torpedo tubes. Skill level 2-requires paint and glue (not included). pt-109 is immortalized as the boat commanded by John F Kennedy. Pts were powered by three twelve-cylinder Packard engines and equipped with four torpedo tubes, machine guns, and an anti-aircraft gun. Without ceremony or christening, she was lowered into Newark Bay in July 1942; two months later her baptism under fire took place in the Guadalcanal war area. 83 pieces molded in dark green. For ages 10+. -features Crew figures detailed torpedo tubes. Skill level 2-requires paint and glue (not included). pt-109 is immortalized as the boat commanded by John F Kennedy. Pts were powered by three twelve-cylinder Packard engines and equipped with four torpedo tubes, machine guns, and an anti-aircraft gun. Without ceremony or christening