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Time to Hit the Water!
Limited Edition Model Kits Just in Time for Summer

Summer is here and now you can take your models with you out to the beach, pool, or even your own bathtub. Not only are these limited edition scale models highly-detailed, they each also come with an attachable electric submarine motor, letting them move about in their element.




1/300 Japanese Navy Destroyer Yukikaze w/Submarine Motor
Item No: 89733

"Unsinkable" Destroyer
One of the very few Japanese Navy destroyers to survive WWII, the famous Yukikaze makes a return, this time with a clip-on electric submarine motor, which enables forward and circular running in the water. Features the classic box art of Mr. Kihachiro Ueda.
1/300 Japanese Navy Destroyer Yugumo w/Submarine Motor
Item No: 89734

The Lead Ship of Her Class
An improvement over the Kagero-class destroyers, the Yugumo-class of 19 ships served with distinction throughout WWII. The lead ship of the class, Yugumo, now returns with a clip-on electric submarine motor, enabling forward and circular running in the water. Features classic box art by Mr. Shigeru Komatsuzaki.



1/35 U.S. Navy PBR31 Mk.II "Pibber" w/Submarine Motor
Item No: 89735

Journey to the Mekong Delta
The Navy needed a way to effectively patrol the waterways of Vietnam, and the PBR31 Mk.II was the perfect solution. Fast and heavily-armed, these boats provided stellar service in an inhospitable environment. Tamiya's 1/35 scale model kit is now back in limited edition form, complete with electric submarine motor. The motor is attached to the special base on the bottom of the hull, and enables the model to run on the water like the actual boat.
1/35 U.S. AAVP7A1 with UGWS w/Submarine Motor
Item No: 89736

Amphibious Assault
Large and imposing, the AAVP7A1 gave the Marines a way to quickly and safely land on hostile beaches and then move inland to establish a beachhead. Tamiya's high-quality 1/35 scale model kit comes back as a limited edition release and includes an electric submarine motor, which can be clipped onto the bottom of the model. The motor enables forward and circular running in water, so you can stage your own amphibious assault.

Information is current as of July 10, 2007. Specifications are subject to change without notice.