Tamiya Space Shuttle Atlantis Plastic Model Kit, 1/100 Scale

  • Unassembled model kit
  • Precision finished flight deck interior and main engine
  • First flight or last flight build options
  • Includes 2 astronauts and a display base
  • Paint and glue required and sold separately


Tamiya perfectly recreates the Atlantis Space Shuttle in this highly detailed 1/100th scale model!
 

NASA's space shuttle was first launched on April 12, 1981 and the fleet has accomplished numerous historic missions throughout their 30 years of service. The spacecraft conducted the latest research and played an important role in building the largest structure in space thus far, the International Space Station. The final space shuttle mission ended on July 21, 2011 with the flight of the Atlantis and the shuttle fleet is now destined for public display in museums across the United States.

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Tamiya Space Shuttle Atlantis Plastic Model Kit, 1/100 Scale

Item #: 88353
$70.95

This item is backordered from our supplier. We will ship as soon as it is received. Your credit card will not be charged until shipped. Please Note: For shipments to locations outside the USA, backordered items must be placed on separate orders.

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Tamiya Space Shuttle Atlantis Plastic Model Kit, 1/100 Scale

  • Unassembled model kit
  • Precision finished flight deck interior and main engine
  • First flight or last flight build options
  • Includes 2 astronauts and a display base
  • Paint and glue required and sold separately


Tamiya perfectly recreates the Atlantis Space Shuttle in this highly detailed 1/100th scale model!
 

NASA's space shuttle was first launched on April 12, 1981 and the fleet has accomplished numerous historic missions throughout their 30 years of service. The spacecraft conducted the latest research and played an important role in building the largest structure in space thus far, the International Space Station. The final space shuttle mission ended on July 21, 2011 with the flight of the Atlantis and the shuttle fleet is now destined for public display in museums across the United States.