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1/700 USS Pennsylvania Funnel 1936-1941 3d printed Superstructure available separately. Photo: Abram Joslin.
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1/700 USS Pennsylvania Funnel 1936-1941

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Scale: 1/700

Recommended conversion parts to help build USS Pennsylvania BB-38 from:
  • Dragon 1/700 USS Arizona (# 7040)
  • Hobby Boss 1/700 USS Arizona BB-39 1941 (# 23401 and 83401)
  • Mini Hobby Models 1/700 USS Arizona (# 83401)
 

This model kit represents the funnel of USS Pennsylvania BB-38 as the ship appeared at Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941.  

This is a multi-part kit.  These parts were designed for a tight fit.  3D-printed plastic is more brittle than polystyrene kit parts.  If necessary, trim parts to fit rather than force them.

Features:
  • overall dimensions and features scaled from official US Navy plans and drawings by Alan B. Chesley and A.D. Baker III adjusted to match photographs of the actual ship
  • accurately shaped steam pipes and incinerator exhaust, correctly located for USS Pennsylvania  (incinerator and steam pipe locations not the same as Arizona's)
  • separate machinegun platform permits easier access to, and interior painting of, the searchlight control platforms straddling the funnel
  • splinter shielding shape correct for August-December, 1941 USS Pennsylvania (Arizona's is slightly different)
  • open smoke pipe with correct interior "bend", hollow all the way through
  • fine supporting structure details omitted, ready for your favorite photo-etch parts (not included)
 
Click here for cleaning and painting advice.

© Model Monkey Book and Hobby.  This 3D-printed item may not be copied or recast.

From Wikipedia: "USS Pennsylvania (BB-38) was the lead ship of the Pennsylvania class of a United States Navy super-dreadnought[7]battleship. She was the third Navy ship named for the state of Pennsylvania.

She was laid down on 27 October 1913, by the Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Company, Newport News, Virginia.[1] She was launched on 16 March 1915, sponsored by Elizabeth Kolb of Philadelphia, and commissioned on 12 June 1916, with Captain Henry B. Wilson in command....[1]

"At the time of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941, Pennsylvania was in drydock in the Pearl Harbor Navy Yard. She was one of the first ships in the harbor to open fire as enemy dive and torpedo bombers roared out of the high overcast.[9] They did not succeed in repeated attempts to torpedo the caisson of the drydock, but Pennsylvania and the surrounding dock areas were severely strafed. The crew of one 5 inch (130 mm) gun mount was wiped out when a bomb struck the starboard side of her boat deck and exploded inside Casemate 9. Destroyers Cassin and Downes, just forward of Pennsylvania in the drydock, were seriously damaged by bomb hits. Pennsylvania was pockmarked by flying fragments. A part of a torpedo tube from Downes, about 1,000 lb (450 kg) in weight, was blown onto the forecastle of Pennsylvania. She had 15 men killed (including her executive officer), 14 missing in action, and 38 wounded.[9]

"On 20 December, Pennsylvania sailed for San Francisco, arriving on 29 December. She underwent repairs until 30 March 1942."
What's in the Box
INCM
1-700 Pennsylvania '41 Funnel
Frosted Extreme Detail
Width
1.5 cm
Height
2.2 cm
Depth
2.2 cm

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