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1/72 Houston, We've Had a Problem, Apollo 13 CSM & Lunar Module

by  Dragon
Product Description
This item is a spacecraft model.   Click here for sizing chart.

Commemorate Apollo 13's miraculous return to Earth with this model kit set from Dragon! Apollo 13 launched on April 11, 1970, aiming to be the third moon landing in the Apollo program. Unfortunately, an oxygen tank in the service module malfunctioned, and the moon landing had to be scuttled; working with mission controllers in Houston, the crew were able to transfer to the lunar module and safely return home.

Just in time to celebrate the 50th anniversary of this historic space flight, this kit from Dragon includes the command ship and the lunar module docked together. They can be built to reflect their appearance before or after the malfunction; new parts are included to reflect the exposed internal structure of the panel after the malfunction. These kits are intensely detailed to accurately reflect their appearance, and a stand for display is included too. Order yours today!


Assembly Guide
Code:
DRA11020
Series:
Space Collection
Date Released:
September 2020
Package Size/Weight:
38.3 x 24.8 x 7.5 cm / 490g
Manufacturer:

Dragon

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List Price:
¥6,800
Our Price:
¥5,440
You Save:
¥1,360
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