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3D printed in matte translucent plastic that showcases fine and intricate details.
The USS Kentucky was to be the sixth Iowa class Battleship, but it was never completed, being just an empty hull at the end of World War II. Various conversion proposals were made, from completing her to the original design to conversion in an anti-aircraft or nuclear missile battleship. The variant shown here is the anti-aircraft (BBAA) conversion, the armament modified to 12 8in (203mm) guns as in the Des Moines class cruisers, 32 5in (127mm) dual-purpose guns, and 12 76mm anti-aircraft guns. The parts are numbered in the same way as a plastic kit, and the same number is present next to the hole in which the part has to fit. Note that the deck and hull parts are not numbered since you can fit them only one way.