CA-38 USS SAN FRANCISCO
Water Line Series
The NEW ORLEANS class represented the last class of the second generation ''Treathy'' heavy cruisers built between the two World War Wars.
The seven heavy cruisers in the class were outwardly similar. Their wartime displacement was 10,136 tons standard and 12,436 tons at full load. This displacement increased year by year due to the addition of radar, electronic equipment ,and anti-aircraft protection. NEW ORLEANS class cruisers were some of the most used ships in the US NAVY during World War Two. They were found at every major naval skirmish even through there were only four units remaining afther 1942. NEW ORLEANS class heavy cruisers earned a total of 63 Battle Stars in the fight against the Japanese in the Pacific.
CA-38 USS San Fransisco - US Navy, Wearing Measure 33/13d Camouflage, 1944-45
Aantal onderdelen: 202
- Lengte 256.2mm
- Breedte 27.4mm
- Hoogte 63.3mm
- One-piece slide-molded upper hull
- Lower hull made from two-directional slide molds
- Sponsons are represented on lower hull by slide-mold
Released by Trumpeter in 2007.