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Old 03-12-2019, 08:47 PM
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Japanese Sub I-400 in 1/200 for free

Dear All:

While I was surfing the net I stumbled into a Japanese site that contained a true chimera a submarine aircraft carrier.
I have been looking for one of these for many years.
If you found it already, well please post your progress pics.
I hope you enjoy it.

ペーパークラフトの『紙模型工房』 - 日本海軍 特型潜水艦「伊400」インデックスペ ジ
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Old 03-12-2019, 08:49 PM
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found and documented here
japanese submarine
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Thank you.
I guess I need to spend more time in the site.
I was lagging only 6 days.
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their kirishima modelis very nice also
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And the Kongo - at a smaller scale than the Krishima.
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And the Kongo - at a smaller scale than the Krishima.
ye got them both and akagi
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As sub that is an aircraft carrier? Did they planes just land, refuel and take off when the sub was not submerged?
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the aircraft supposedly were ditched at sea, and the pilots picked up by the sub
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In the link there is a pic with the plane on the sub. When was the plane on the sub? To transport before takeoff? And I suppose that was while not submerged or did the transport also work submerged? Sounds like a Gary Anderson movie :-)
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The plane, in its folded configuration was stored in the "tube" between the catapult rail and the conning tower

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