£51.95
MRP £89.99
Available: Bristol: 1, Stroud: 1
(Product Ref #97235)

At a scale of 1/72 this Revell plastic construction kit produces a large, full hull model of U190. a German ocean going submarine type IX C/40 that survived the war, surrendering to the Royal Canadian navy at Halifax, Nova Scotia and ultimately sunk off the same port in 1947, probably as a target. Revell U boats make very impressive models and this version is complete withwith fast diving fittings and snorkel.

- Movable snorkel
- Fast diving hull
- Later version of the conning tower (larger glass bridge)
- Highly detailed hull rivet and welded plate detail
- Imitation flood vents and ports
- Faithfully reproduced deck detail
- Front and rear torpedo doors can be assembled in the open or closed positions
- Movable rudder unit on the stern
- Fully detailed propellers
- Movable diving planes
- Extendable periscope and antennae
- Fully detailed conning tower decks
- Fully detailed upper conning tower side-walls with antennas, compass and hatch
- Submarine net antennae and isolators
- Thread for the antennae
- Detailed 2 cm and 3.7 cm twin AA guns
- Display stands

Authentic decal set for following versions are provided:
- German Submarine Type IX C/40, U190, 33. U-Flott, CO OL Reith, North Atlantic Sea, 1945
- German Submarine Type IX C/40, U190, RCN, Naval Base Avalon, St. Johns, Canada, 1945

Revel Colours 78 79 9 6 90 92 36 48 374


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