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Revell - Maquette - Sous-Marin Américain Gato-Class - Echelle 1:72
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The Gato is even longer than Revell of Germany's 1/72 kit of the German Type VIIC U-boat, which is as it should be -- in "real life," the Gato class subs were over 300 feet long while the VIICs ran 220 feet.
So long is the Gato model, in fact, that the hull halves would not have fit in the box had Revell of Germany not decided to construct the kit so that you have to attach the bow and stern, each of which is also in two sections. I personally wish they had molded each hull half as a single piece instead of three, but that would have required even larger packaging.
As I noted in my review of the 1/72 VIIC, you will need modeler's tape and patience to get the hull together. The instructions for this kit call for you to glue and use tape to keep the hull together as the glue dries. FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS and let your cement set for AT LEAST six hours, preferably overnight, before carefully removing the tape.
Overall, though, the fit of the parts in this kit is quite good.
Decals and painting: Decals are pretty minimal and should pose NO problem for modelers experienced with working with waterslide decals. Painting scheme for the Gato class is pretty simple -- there are variations here, but basically the hull has sections of black and a couple of shades of gray, and the decking on these kits should be black or a VERY dark grey.
I very much enjoy knocking out smaller-scale subs, such as the Russian and American nuclear subs in Hobby Boss's 1/700th series. But now and then it's nice to take on a bigger challenge. The Gato class 1/72 scale sub is a big task, but it's quite doable as long as you go slowly and pay attention to detail. Enjoy! And on a final note: Amazon's price on this one is just about unbeatable.