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Category: Star Wars
Subcategory: 1/1000+

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Manufacturer:2 Fat Guys
Medium: Resin
Parts: 42
Status: Available
Release Date: 2009
Skill Level: Intermediate
The Clone Battleship, which is known as the Acclamator, was first seen at the very end of Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones. The ships acted as the primary transports for the Clone troops which had been created for the Republic by the scientists of Kamino.

2 Fat Guys brings this kit to life, and it’s a beauty! Mastered by Stefan Hacker, it’s 1:2556 scale, which is the same scale as the Republic Cruiser that was produced by Revell of Germany in 2006. The kit is cleanly molded in off-white resin and is free of voids or bubbles. The detailing is wonderful, and there are finely engraved panels all over the ship.

A four-page instruction sheet is include, and provides a color screen shot from the movie as a starting reference point for painting. The instruction sheet also provides a kit contents page (showing the kit parts so the builder can become familiar with them), notes and suggestions for building the kit, and a final sheet listing general rules of resin kit assembly.

The completed kit is about 14 inches long and 7.25 inches wide.

Box art
Main hull halves
Rear plates and main engines

Review by: Rich “Lonewolf” Dula

Entry created: February 6, 2010
Comments: 0 | Rating (1-5): -- No rating -- | MSRP: $125.00

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