05160, Tirpitz (Platinum Edition) – LIMITED EDITION
Sister-ship to the equally famous Bismarck, Tirpitz was commissioned into the German Navy in 1941, making them the largest and most modern warships then afloat. Tasked with patrol of Norwegian waters and attacked on numerous occasions, Tirpitz was eventually sunk on November 12th 1944 by Lancasters of the RAF, dropping specially designed ‘Tall Boy’ bombs. Revell’s highly detailed ‘Platinum Edition’ kit includes many turned metal and photo-etched parts, metal anchor chain and self-adhesive wooden decking. A display stand is also included.
PLATINUM EDITION Features
- Turned brass (cannons, guns, masts, etc.)
- Photoetch (railings, armour, crane parts, ladders, smaller structures, flak guns, 20mm guns, etc.
- Self-adhesive wooden decking
- Metal anchor chain
- Age Range: 14+
- Scale: 1:350
- Parts: 2190
- Decal Options: 1. Altafjord, Norway, July-September 1942 / 2. Kaafjord, Norway, 6-9th September 1943, Operation ‘Sizilien’