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    USS Pennsylvania & her sister


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    RE: USS Pennsylvania & her sister

    Awesome looking models…

    I’m not sure the scale, but I β€˜d love to know how he got those tiny guns to turn…

    They’re awfully fast though…

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_ytI...eature=related

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    RE: USS Pennsylvania & her sister

    Thanks for the comment , it is the cheap vintage Revell 1/426 scale. I modified a 1 dollar alarm clock gear box ( or any tiny gear box) & add a pair of gears & a small motor. I did not expect the hull of this grandfather battleship to be so streamlined that it could run so fast. It is easy to slow it down though by adding a few diodes if one so desires


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