Trumpeter CV-2 Lexington Carrier 05/1942 Model Kit Ref 05608 Escala 1:350
USS LEXINGTON CV-2 Length overall:270.8m Beam max:39.7m hull:32.2m Displacement standard:41187t full load:43054t The LEXINGTON(CV-2),was originally designated CC-1,laid down as a battlecruiser 8 Jan 1921 Quincy,Massachusetts.Authorized to be completed as an aircraft carrier 1 July 1922,commissioned 14 December 1927.On 7 December 1941,LEXINGTON based at Pearl Harbor,when word of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor was recevied,She immediately launched searchplane to hunt for the Japanese fleet. On 7 may 1942 LEXINGTON’S air group sank the Japanese light carrier SHOHO.8th,LEXINGTON was hit by 2 torpedos and 3 bombs,finaly rolled over on her side and sank..LEXINGTON recevied 2 bettle stars for her World War II service.
Item Name USS CV-2 Lexington carrier 05/1942
Item Type Static Kit
Model Brief Length: 773.8 mm Width: 108mm
Total Parts 583pcs
Metal Parts n/a
Photo Etched Parts n/a
Film Parts n/a
Resin Parts n/a
Total Sprues 20pcs sprues plus lower hull, upper hull, waterline plate, flight decks and display stand
Paint Schemes USS Lexington during the Battle of Coral Sea, May 1942.
Released Date n/a
More Features Either waterline version or full hull version can be selected; Include 4 F4Fs of VF-2, 6 SBDs of VB-2& VS-2, 3 TBDs of VT-2, total 3 types 13 a/c with clear canopy, folding wings.