Ian McQue's Remora


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The release you’ve been waiting for! Work the skies on Ian McQue’s Remora

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Product Type Resin & Photoetch Model Kit
Scale 1/35 Scale
Contents 56 Resin Parts, 6 Clear Resin Parts, 1 Figure , Photoetch Fret, Waterslide Decals, Clear Plastic, Rod, 2 Different Types of String, Wire, Instructions
Recommended skill level on scale of 1 to 5 4: Model building, painting, and photoetch skills recommended.
Suitable For Display Model
Width 4in / 10cm
Length 11in / 28cm
Concept Artist Ian McQue
Sculptor Michael Fichtenmayer (FichtenFoo)

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“The Remora was built in ’73 by J.Dowling & Sons, out of Wearland. An Imp-Class light rigger, it served for 19 years at Crabden Port in Thamesmouth as a cargo loader for the East Island Trading Company. After being sold for scrap, it was purchased and refitted by MacNeil Haulage and put to work as an island hopper, under the command of Captain Jerome Bale, making short-haul provision runs for the mining communities of the Jayamena island cluster. It has a net tonnage of 16 and a lift tonnage of 38. It is powered by a single-turbine Hütter-Schneider Mk.V gravity engine and has a top speed, free-floating, of 27 knots.”