Summer 2017 edition of Revellations showcasing Revell Germany new product releases exclusively. Nautical enthusiasts will want to check out the Cutty Sark!
New for spring, Revell of Germany releases their 1/600 scale SS United States.
Projected for a March release, Revell of Germany announces their 1/700 scale Petr Veliky.
Revell of Germany announces the January 2017 release of a 1/570 Scharnhorst Plastic Model Kit.
Slated for a January 2017 release form Revell of Germany, the 1/450 Admiral Nelson Flagship Plastic Model Kit.
Revell of Germany announces the January 2017 release of a 1/600 SS United States.
Revell of Germany has announced the December 2016 re-release of its Albatross Class Fast Attack Craft in 1/144 scale.
ALL NEW TOOLING from Revell Germany! Loks like Revell will be re-releasing their 1/144 scale Flower Class Corvette HMCS SNOWBERRY soon!
Revell releases a 1/500 scale U.S.S. Springfield as part of their SSP - Renwal program. Selected Subjects Program with a limited production - One-time offering.
Revell Germany has released kit No. 05500, a 1/350 scale two-kit combination of the First World War Imperial German Navy cruisers SMS Dresden and SMS Emden.
Revell has announced the March 2016 release of kit No. 05140, a 1/144 scale version of the Kriegsmarine Type XXIII U-Boat. This is a reboxing of ICM’s kit No. S.004 from 2006.
Happy New Year to all our readers! Revell of Germany as issued a flyer of their planned 2016 kits with release dates. They range from re-issues, molds from other manufacturers, special packaging sets and new tooling. Here are all the naval related releases from that flyer.
Another 1/1200 capital ship is coming to the market. This December, Revell of Germany is releasing a new kit of the HMS Prince of Wales.
This month, Revell is releasing a kit of Imperial Russia's first 'Dreadnought' type battleship.
The French marine research vessel that assisted in the discovery in the wreck of the Titanic is now available from Revell of Germany.
A modern version of 'The Big J', America's most decorated battleship with 19 battle stars, in a limited edition release.
A kit of a WWII US Navy LSM (Landing Ship Medium) is now being offered by Revell of Germany. These ships were used from mid 1944 for amphibious landing operations in the Pacific against Imperial Japan held territories.
Revell are re-releasing the SMS Emden and SMS Dresden as a boxed set.
A look at the upcoming release of the small-scale U.S.S. Hornet and large-scale Swift Boat kits.
These upcoming vessels should provide a fun change of pace.
A look ahead at the upcoming Norwegian Cruise Ships.
This massive kit should prove to be one to look forward too!
An old friend returns, better than ever!
All ahead full! Two more small-scale Cruisers are making their way to your hobby stores now!
A special release of the Titanic marks the 100th anniversary of that fateful night in the bitter cold of the northern seas.
Ahoy Shipmates! Revell of Germany has announced the release of their 1/96 Spanish Galleon!
Revell Germany has announced that they will be re-releasing one of their most popular naval subjects, the 1/72 Type VIIC Uboat.
Got the haze gray blues? Looking for a ship subject a bit more colorful? Then take a look at Revell Germany’s latest release, the 1/400 AIDAdiva.
Bringing back some old favorites, Revell Germany has announce the re-release of a trio of sailing ships. The company will release the Cutty Sark, USS United States and HMS Beagle in late August 2011.
Revell Germany announces their latest large offering, the interesting Emergency Towing Vessel Waker. Originally launched as the “Smit Houston” and reconfigured in 1990, this ocean going rescue vessel is now employed by the Dutch Coast Guard. Revell Germany plans to release this angel of mercy in June of 2008.
Like the old saying goes, what was old is new again. Revell Germany has announced the re-release of two popular naval subjects from the old Revell shipyard. Under the Revell Classic line, look for the limited release of the 1/240 Destroyer H.M.S. Campbeltown and the 1/253 Polaris Nuclear Submarine Abraham Lincoln. Both kits remain true to the original releases including the use of the original box art and molds.