ARTR (Almost Ready To Run)
HMS Belfast is a British warship currently moored on the Thames in London as an Imperial War Museum exhibit. The Belfast belongs to the Town class, had the tactical ID C35 and was the Royal Navy’s largest light cruiser during World War II. The keel of the ship was laid in December 1936 at the Harland & Wolff shipyard in Belfast, it was launched on 17 March 1938 and put into service by the Royal Navy in August 1939.
High-quality, first-class model with outstanding detailing.
Almost ready-to-run (ARTR) model
Superstructure made from laser-cut ABS parts
Details and small parts made from metal
Lifeboats with multi-coloured paint scheme
Hull, superstructure, cranes spray-painted in matt colours
Four built-in electric motors
Simple installation of the RC components
Scope of delivery: model, ship stand, small parts
Overall length, approx. 1250 mm
Beam, approx. 150 mm
Overall height approx. 320 mm
All-up weight, approx. 2800 g