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Yamato replica 1/1 ??

Discussion in 'The War at Sea' started by Che_Guevara, Aug 15, 2005.

  1. Che_Guevara

    Che_Guevara New Member

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    Oh oh, the Yamato is comin´back :eek: :eek:

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    Regards,
    Che.
     
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    :eek: :eek: :eek:

    This is incredible....but what is it..museum or something else?
    Are they gonna finnish it completly?
    Will it be sailable?
    Maybe they got the time to do the Bismarck and Hood as well :D
     
  3. Che_Guevara

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    This is 1/1 scale location set of the battleship Yamato for the Toei movie "Otokotchi no Yamato (Men's Yamato)" that will be shown to the general public in Japan from December 17, 2005. :wink:

    There is also a 1/10 Yamato in the Kure maritime museum :eek:

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    16" or 18" guns?????

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    given the Japanese teachings on WW2, is it labelled 'Japanese battleship that unaccountably sank during the 1940s'?
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    Yeah, really! :roll:
     
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    Che:
    given the size of the original, I daresay the scale must be more like 1/1000 as that model don't look NEAR-BIG ENOUGH to be one-tenth scale.
    INCREDIBLE PIX by the way Sir. Thanks for sharing.

    Tim
     
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    Yep, 1/1000th would be smaller then 1/700 Tamaya kits

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    A GOB smaking WOW!
     
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    Sorry:
    'meant to say 1/100 but perhaps you are right guys. Very impressive, yet to large for my modeling room!
    har-de-har.
    Where do you find all this stuff Che?!
    (Big Smile)

    Tim
     
  13. Che_Guevara

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    On another forum about war at sea.There are many members (especially me :grin: ), who have a great know-how about navys, ships and stuff like that(WW2).

    http://forum.schlachtschiff.com/default.asp

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    Regards,
    Che.
     
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    Very nice, but how do you get it in English? :wink:
     
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    With a German-English Dictonary :wink: :grin: :smok:
     
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    Very funny, Che! :bang: :wink:
     
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    yo man this is cool :cool:
    :cool: typical che you are always impressing me with cool stuff and pics what the fu.. are your sources. :grin:
     
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    I wonder how they keep the kids from climbing all over this thing? :wink:
     
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    put them on a leach??? :grin:
     
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    Not a bad idea, all things considered.... :wink:
     

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