DD-459 Destroyer Military MOC Ship Model Building Blocks Set by ny152_halle
DD-459 Destroyer Military MOC Ship Model Building Blocks Set by ny152_halle

DD-459 Destroyer Military MOC Ship Model Building Blocks Set by ny152_halle


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  • Parts: 505 pcs
  • Designed and Authorized by @ny152_halle
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.Designed and licensed by ny152 halle, this model restores the DD-459 in World War II and now housed at the New Jersey Museum.  It boasts exceptional design, sturdy construction, and aesthetic appeal, while prioritizing assembly enjoyment. With its high level of detail, this model holds significant ornamental and collectible value.
.Made from eco-friendly ABS material, this set includes 505 high-quality parts in precision casting and molding, ensuring a tight fit with no looseness. The parts free from burrs or jagged edges, are smooth and vibrant in color, with a scratch-free surface. The assembly process is extremely safe.
.Detailed Instructions: With QR code instructions, easy to understand. Electronic instructions will be sent with package to ensure quick assembly.
.The finished set is a good display model and background decoration, perfect as a gift for novice blocks, block collectors, and street view lovers. Also cultivates your hands-on, thinking and creative abilities.
.Notes: Figures are not included. For small parts inside, pay attention to use and placement. You can contact us if there is any problem.
.Background: DD-459 is the second U.S. Navy vessel named after Bartlett Laffey. On March 5, 1864, Sailor Laffey was awarded the Medal of Honor for his stand against Confederate forces.
The ship, an Allen M. Sumner-class destroyer, was laid down and launched during World War II, in 1943, and commissioned in February 1944. Dubbed the “Ship That Would Not Die,” she earned this nickname for her valor during the Normandy Invasion and the Battle of Okinawa, where she withstood relentless attacks from conventional bombers and the infamous kamikaze raids. Today, DD-459 stands as a National Historic Landmark and museum ship at Patriot’s Point in Charleston, South Carolina.


.Material: ABS
.Product Weight: 400g
.Package Weight: 850g
.Package Dimensions: 27 x 35 x 10cm
.Packing: Graphic Carton
.Ages: 16+

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Weight0.85 kg