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HMS Victory 1/72 cross-section 'full kit' Options
Tomick
#1 Posted : 05 August 2016 11:36:44

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This unique 1/72 scale cross-section of Admiral Nelson's flagship show's a slice of life on board the premier warship of the Georgian era, and is based on authoritative drawings and reference photographs of the real HMS Victory, to which special access for this project was granted by the Royal Navy.

The section spans the hold, orlop, three gun decks and cockpit/quarterdeck, and includes accurately modelled rib frames showing how these were built up.

Kit Content:

● Interior and exterior hull planking
● Decking, wooden gratings, companionway ladders & pump well
● Stub mast, chainwales, photo-etched brass grates & hammock cranes
● Die-cast metal chain pumps & elm-tree pumps
● Ship's ballast & die-cast metal Entry port canopies
● Provison barrels, Shot lockers & Cannonballs
● Four die-cast metal 32-pounder cannon with wooden gun carriages
● Four die-cast metal 12-pounder cannon with wooden gun carriages
● Gunners tools, Storage chests & Hammock netting
● Hammocks & mess tables
● Wooden buckets & Pillars
● Gun rigging ropes & tackle

Also includes a display stand and brass photo-etched HMS Victory nameplate.

Overall model dimensions: 325mm high (inc stub mast), 220mm wide, 87.5mm deep.

You can construct the cross-section as a natural wood finish, or finish with woodstain and paint to reflect its period colours (paint not included).

The pump well has an 'open view' section.

You also have the option to depict a 'day or night' crew quarters.

The assembly guide download contains clear, step-by-step instructions, accompanied by detailed photos and templates, to make building your model as easy as possible.


HMS Victory cross-section kit on sale here: http://www.model-space.c...s-section-full-kit.html

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#2 Posted : 05 August 2016 16:02:13

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#3 Posted : 05 August 2016 20:13:22

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Beautiful, this really does build into a fab display piece and not out of place mounted on a wall....

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#4 Posted : 05 August 2016 21:11:52

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It's definitely a great model and gives an insight into the below deck structure of a fighting warship from the past.

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#5 Posted : 05 August 2016 22:07:49

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Stunning kit and lots of options to choose how you want to show it from night to day

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#6 Posted : 05 August 2016 23:02:15

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A very nice kit to build for people with limited space.

Good to see it being released as a kit in it`s own right, rather than an additional part of the full ship.

Nice idea.

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#7 Posted : 06 August 2016 04:45:44

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Will this be available in Australia?
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#8 Posted : 06 August 2016 07:56:10

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I feel that this full kit will give a new modeller into ship building a full insight before they take on a full period warship.

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#9 Posted : 06 August 2016 09:22:29

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tf64 wrote:
I feel that this full kit will give a new modeller into ship building a full insight before they take on a full period warship.

Trev.

Good point Trev, it will indeed lessen what can be a baptism of fire of building a period ship by the novice modeller.
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#10 Posted : 10 August 2016 21:34:48

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I might have this. I started it before but never got round to finishing and made a lot of mistakes as I was new to modelling. This time I will be able to make a much better job of it hopefully.
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#11 Posted : 10 August 2016 22:07:48

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Look forward to seeing your build start then Rob.
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#12 Posted : 31 August 2016 18:12:50

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Thanks for the update Mr T, will be ordering mine today

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Enjoy!

It is by far the best and most accurate HMS Victory cross-section available, which is based on authoritative drawings and reference photos of the real Ship, to which special access for this kit was granted by the Royal Navy.
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#14 Posted : 18 January 2017 19:54:06

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Love this! Just got my Vic full kit and would love to display this with my finished ship. Great offer! :-)
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#15 Posted : 18 January 2017 20:37:16

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Zarth wrote:
Love this! Just got my Vic full kit and would love to display this with my finished ship. Great offer! :-)
Currently only available as a full kit and is not available in the USA
http://forum.model-space...spx?g=posts&t=20548

http://www.model-space.c...s-section-full-kit.html

But it can be purchased via International Shipping..
http://forum.model-space...spx?g=posts&t=19289
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#16 Posted : 18 January 2017 21:03:48

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Is there a chance that there might be a month payment opinions
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First ever build.. Bismarck 1/200 hachette I have been given first 14 issue done.Now working my way through.
HMS Victory just starting on hold waiting on the parts my fault for got to update details
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lilminx wrote:
Is there a chance that there might be a month payment opinions
Afraid not, only being offered as a full kit.
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#18 Posted : 18 January 2017 22:06:47

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Ah that's a shame will have to save and hope it still available when I get to it.
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#19 Posted : 15 May 2017 21:21:52

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Are individual issues available? I seem to have lost the parts from 2 issues, 121 and 123. I'm hoping yes, otherwise will never be able to complete the kit.
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luigione wrote:
Are individual issues available? I seem to have lost the parts from 2 issues, 121 and 123. I'm hoping yes, otherwise will never be able to complete the kit.
Not as such, but you could try sales@model-space.co.uk as they might let you have a copy or two.
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