|Italian Navy Battleship RN Roma 1943 1/700 Kit |
The fourth Italian Royal Navy Vittorio Veneto-class battleship, the RN Roma was used to bolster the anti-aircraft defenses of various Italian cities but was sunk by German Do 217 bombers (armed with Fritz X radio-controlled bombs) on September 9, 1943 - one day after Italy signed the armistice with the Allies.
Replicating the Roma as she appeared shortly before that Luftwaffe attack, which broke the ship in two and claimed the lives of 1,253 men, this 1/700 scale, plastic kit features a choice of full hull or waterline configurations; realistic armament; plenty of photo-etched metal parts; two IMAM Ro.43 reconnaissance seaplanes and three Reggiane Re.2000 fighters in clear plastic; authentic markings; and a display stand with a nameplate. 13½" long; 270+ parts, assembly required.
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