USS Guam CB-2 1/350 Kit

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The second and final Alaska-Class cruiser, the USS Guam (CB-2) was not commissioned until late in the war, September 1944. She participated in the Okinawa campaign in the following spring and summer, providing anti-aircraft defense. She also assisted in the occupation of Korea following the war, and was ultimately scrapped in May 1961.

An impressive centerpiece in your Naval showcase, this premium 1/350 scale plastic kit features a separate hull and deck (with molded wood grain), a detailed superstructure, realistic weaponry (including 305mm, 127mm, 40mm, and 20mm main guns), separate lifeboats, numerous photo-etched parts (including railings, cranes, radars, stairs, catapults, brackets, yardarms, and platforms), a length of chain, two clear sprues, a Kingfisher floatplane, aircraft insignia, U.S. flags, and an engraved nameplate display stand. Assembly required. 1,150+ pieces. Skill level 4. Measures approximately 27¾" long.