Graf Zeppelin LZ127: Aerobase assembly kit 1:1000 C001

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AEROBASE assembly kit 1/1000 scale

Graf Zeppelin LZ127
The Around-The-World Flight in 1929
Length: 233mm
Number of parts: 78
Material: Stainless steel
Accessories: Assembly instructions
Tools required: metal nippers, tweezers, epoxy adhesive (two-component, five-minute curing type)

Information edit: Sakatsu Gallery

On August 7, 1929, Count Zeppelin's LZ127 left the New Jersey suburb of Lakehurst and crossed the Atlantic Ocean to arrive at its original base in Friedrichshafen, Germany.
After a further flight over Siberia, it flew to the naval base at Kasumigaura.
This round-the-world flight by a super-large airship was a big hit with the Japanese public of the time.
The first non-stop flight over the Pacific Ocean, using only a map as a guide, was made.
After refuelling in Los Angeles, he returned to Lakehurst.
The flight was 34200 kilometres and took 300 hours and 20 minutes.
Actual machine data Length 233 m Diameter 30.5 m Maximum speed 128 km/h

Two-component epoxy glue is required for construction, but aqualinker can be substituted.

Precision Tweezers (Crane Neck Type)
Etching Scissors

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