Merit International Plastic Ship Kits

Quality kits of all types of ships & boats.From 1/200 / 1/350 / 1/72
Merit Models 1/72 Russian Navy OSA Class Missile Boat OSA-1 67201
Latest Model Kit by Merit on the unusual OSA Class of Russian Missile Boats developed during the Cold War Era. Over 400 were built and served in many countries. The Missile Boats saw combat action during the Six Day War, Yom Kippur War, and Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. Our Model Kit has positional hatches with removable missiles. Model Kit has over 750 parts with metal chains, brass wire and lots of photo etched parts.
Glue and paints are required to assemble and complete the model (not included)

£98.00
MRP £107.99
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Merit Models 1/72 Russian Navy OSA II Class Missile Boat Kit 67202
Latest Model Kit by Merit on the unusual OSA Class of Russian Missile Boats developed during the Cold War Era. Over 400 were built and served in many countries. The Missile Boats saw combat action during the Six Day War, Yom Kippur War, and Indo-Pakistani War of 1971. Our Model Kit has positional hatches with removable missiles. Model Kit has over 750 parts with metal chains, brass wire and lots of photo etched parts.
Glue and paints are required to assemble and complete the model (not included)

£98.00
MRP £107.99
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(Product Ref 98377)
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Merit Models 1/72 Chinese Type 21 PLA Navy Missile Boat Kit 67203
Merit Models International brings you a 1/72nd scale kit of a Chinese Type 21 PLA Navy Missile Boat
Glue and paints are required to assemble and complete the model (not included)

£98.00
MRP £107.99
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Merit International 62001 is a 1/200th large scale plastic kit of the American World War 2 CV-8 USS Hornet Aircraft Carrier
Glue and paints are required
£297.50
MRP £329.99
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Merit Model's top quality 1/350 scale plastic kit of the USS John F Kennedy CV-67 Aircraft Carriercan produce a stunning model of the sixth largest carrier in the world. Kit ref 65306

Glue and paints are required to complete the model (not included) - click on the More link to view related products.

£241.99
MRP £239.99
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In this Merit International 65307 plastic kit of the famous aircraft carrier HMS Ark Royal, Merit have produced an excellent companion for Trumpeter's kit of HMS Hood. In 1/350th scale these models are about 29" long. Both ships were the pride of the fleet at the outbreak of war in 1939. By 1941 both had been lost but had contributed massively.

A top quality kit of about 550 pieces. Length 696.4mm, beam 82.4mm, Hull split in two parts, one piece deck, Flight deck items include Swordfish x 5, Fulmar Mk 1 x 4, and Blackburn Skua x 4.

£131.50
MRP £145.99

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Launched in 1900 Mikasa was built by Vickers, Sons & Maxim at Barrow in Furness for the Imperial Japanese Navy. A pre-dreadnought battleship named after Mount Mikasa in Nara the ship served as the flagship Vice-Admiral Togo Heihachiro throughout the Russo-Japanese War, including the Battle of Port Arthur, Battles of the Yellow Sea and Tsushima. Days after the end of the war Mikasa's magazine accidentally exploded and sank the ship. She was salvaged, serving as a coast defence ship during World War 1 and supporting Japanese forces during the Siberian Intervention in the Russian Civil War.
Decomissioned after 1922 in accordance with the Washington Naval Treaty Mikasa was preserved as a museum ship at Yokosuka. Mikasa is the last remaining example of a pre-dreadnought battleship anywhere in the world and also the last example of a British-built battleship.
Length 658.5mm, Width 124mm, Total Parts: 930+

£135.00
MRP £149.99

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Merit Models 1/35 63504 British HMS X-Craft Submarine Kit
L: 448.5mm, Beam: 77.2mm, Total Parts: 130+, Display stand & name plate included. **Easy Model 1/72 Spitfire is shown for size comparison!
Glue and paints are required
£47.75
MRP £52.99

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Merit Models brings you 63501 a 1/350th scale plastic kit of the American world War 2 Famous Carrier USS Yorktown.
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£159.99
MRP £179.99

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£159.99
MRP £179.99

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Heller's 80897 huge 1/100th scale plastic kit of Nelson's HMS Victory.

The HELLER Model is the English Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson‘s „H.M.S. Victory”, three-Decker-vessel that was involved in the Trafalgar battle and is the Royal Navy fifth vessel of that name. On 28th October 1760 the ship was officially named „Victory”. In 1777 Great Britain was at war again and on 8th May 1778 the completed vessel was launched as Admiral Vessel under the command of Admiral Lord Keppel to fight her first battle against the French fleet near the Brittany coast. April 1803 she was armed again, with her appearance very different. Most of the golden ornamentation had been changed, or had been deleted. When she then went back to sea she had the looks that are much admired today. In 1825, the vessel became Portsmouth Chief Admiral Headquarters and kept this honor until 1869. The honor was restored to her 32 years later in 1901. In 1921, the Nautical Research Society, whose president was Lord Milford Haven, organized a campaign to save the Victory and on 12th January she was moved into the oldest dry dock in the world: Portsmouth Dock N°2. It is in this dock that she can still be admired, and remains in remarkable condition. Note: The instructions, which are also available separately, are already included with the purchase of the model kit and do not have to be purchased separately.
£249.99

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(Product Ref 7205)
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