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Trumpeter 1/350 Scale USS North Carolina BB55 Battleship

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Trumpeter 1/350 Scale USS North Carolina BB55 Battleship

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The North Carolina was laid down on October 27, 1937, launched in June 1940 and commissioned in April 1941. This plastic model kit is an accurate representation of the military ship.

Trumpeter 1/350 Scale USS North Carolina BB55 Battleship


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