A huge kit with a whopping 1,969 pieces. Includes instructional booklet, three removable rocket stages, and two micro figures. Booklet includes real facts about the Apollo rocket. Rocket is approximately 1:110 scale and stands 39 inches tall.
Model is very long and can come apart if it falls. Expensive.
Inspired by the NASA Space Shuttle, this hobby model kit is made from thin steel sheets. No gluing or soldering is required. Simply clip the pieces from the metal sheets and twist the connection tabs to assemble. The model itself is highly detailed and realistic.
This model is very small. Requires tweezers or pliers for assembly.
This model is 22 inches long and is 1:537 scale. Features a sturdy dome base and metal support rod for display. Includes pennant and registry decals. Comes with a separate shuttlecraft model. Highly customizable. A great challenge for experienced modelers.
Some users noted the assembly process required extra sanding. This model comes unpainted also.
Build these 3D models of the Apollo Command Service Module and the Apollo Saturn V rocket. The rocket model includes a gantry. These models look excellent on display. No gluing or soldering is required for assembly, but some modeling experience is recommended. For ages 14 and up.
The metal is very thin and requires a delicate hand when putting the model together. May be too difficult for some modelers.
This kit contains 864 pieces in total. Extras include an illustrated, 148-page instructional booklet, two astronaut micro figures, three small cargo spacecrafts, and a NASA Space Shuttle. The station itself has two rotating joints and eight adjustable solar panels.
The station is fairly fragile when fully assembled and can come apart without glue.
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