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Aircraft carrier "Clemenceau", 1:700 scale. . Famous french aircraft carrier "Clemenceau". LDD-version, 1: 700 scale. . The Clemenceau-class aircraft carriers are a pair of aircraft carriers which served in the French Navy from 1961 until 2000. The Clemenceau class was France's first successful aircraft carrier design after World War II and was the backbone of the French Fleet for the duration of its forty years of service. More information about this ship can be found on the page 1:350 scale build. In such a small scale it was difficult to reproduce the layout of the deck, so that it looked beautiful. So I left her dark gray. The plane is also too big, but I sacrificed the scale to preserve the appearance :) A pair of F-8FN "Crusader" deck fighters makes a flight around the aircraft carrier. Full hull version. The aircraft carrier escorted by the frigate Cassard. The aircraft carrier R99 "Foch", a frigate D602 "Suffren" and the universal supply ship 607 "Meuse" during the operation "Balbuzard" off the coast of Yugoslavia. Joint photo with 1:350 scale build. For the construction of the model in scale 1:700 took only less than 350 bricks (447 for full hull version). I hope You liked this ship! :)

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