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Imperial Hobby Productions has announced the November, 2019 release of a 1/700 British Light Fleet Carrier HMS Colossus 1944.
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Imperial Hobby Productions has announced the November, 2019 release of a 1/700 USN Battleship USS South Dakota (BB-49) 1921 Craftsman Kit.
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Imperial Hobby Productions has announced the November, 2019 release of a 1/700 Royal Navy Battlecruiser HMS Invincible 1921 Hull Conversion Set (for Tamiya, Trumpeter, Pit-Road, MENG, Rodney or Nelson).
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Imperial Hobby Productions has announced the November, 2019 release of a 1/700 French Navy Battleship Alsace 1939 Hull Conversion Set (for Trumpeter, Pit-Road, Richelieu).
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Imperial Hobby Productions has announced the November, 2019 release of a 1/700 Royal Navy Battleship St. Andrew 1921 Hull Conversion Set (for Tamiya, Trumpeter, Pit-Road, MENG, Rodney or Nelson).
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Imperial Hobby Productions has announced the September 2018 release of their 1/700 scale rendition of the proposed Nos. 13-16 Class Japanese battleships.
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In an effort to correct the hull deficiencies, Imperial Hobby Productions announces the upcoming release of their 1/700 Jean Bart Replacement Hull. This one-piece, resin waterline hull has the correct bulges and porthole pattern for the Jean Bart. It is configured to accept the Trumpeter’s kit superstructure. The retail price for this hull is $30.00. For those interested in purchasing this hull, please contact IHP.
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Ahoy mates. Please take the time to give a big Model Shipwrights welcome to a new vendor, Imperial Hobby Productions. Manufacturer of fine resin and metal kits, Imperial Hobby Productions latest release is the 1/700 French Jeanne D'Arc 1964 Helicopter Carrier . This Apprentice Series 1/700 resin kit is now available at $65.00 plus shipping. As a bit of trivia on this unique ship is that the Jeanne d'Arc was built as La Résolue, as her predecessor, the Jeanne d'Arc, was still in service. She was renamed Jeanne d'Arc in 1964.