Round 2 models has reissued the old 1/750 scale Lindberg King George V from 1967.
According to Round 2
, who have been reissuing many old Lindberg kits:
Launched in 1939, the King George V
was the lead ship of the five King George V-class battleships. In 1941 the King George V played an important part in sinking of the German battleship Bismarck by taking out the Bismarck ‘s main battery. The King George V saw extensive service in all the theaters of World War II, including the Pacific theater where she supported the United States in the invasion of Okinawa in 1945. This mighty flagship of the British fleet was placed in reserve in 1949 along with three of her sister ships where she sat until finally being scrapped in 1957.
• INCLUDES DAZZLE CAMOUFLAGE DECALS
• 12 INCHES LONG
• INCLUDES DISPLAY STAND
• SKILL LEVEL 2, MOLDED IN GRAY
• SCALE: 1/750
• SKILL LEVEL 2
Complete with nice new decals (and, regrettably, the old kits same grotesquely inaccurate three screw & double rudder arrangement), this basic but inexpensive King George V is available from various retailers at prices as low as US$12.00http://round2corp.com/product/h-m-s-king-george-v/