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Old 11-10-2016, 05:50 AM
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Default Studio Scale Star Destroyer Bridge parts

Has anyone done a true studio scale 8' Star Destroyer bridge parts breakdown.
Similar to what was done for the Galactica?


Specifically, I'm curious what kit made up the rectangular 'window' sections of the bridge.

My initial interest is in accurately gauging the size of the bridge and since this appears to be the largest part, seems like a good starting point.

From the color of the plastic, it appears to be a Tamiya armor kit, but armor is not my speciality.

Any help is appreciated.
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Default Re: Studio Scale Star Destroyer Bridge parts

The 'windows' are from a 1/35th Tamiya Matilda mkii (35024?).
It's the old kit from 1974. Plentiful supplies at the mo, it's all over Star Wars miniatures
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