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Apollo Saturn V

Moon Rocket

Revell - Nr. H-1843 - 1:96

Boxart Apollo Saturn V H-1843 Revell

Facts

Brand:Revell
Title:Apollo Saturn V Moon Rocket
Number:H-1843
Scale:1:96
Released:1969
Type:Full kit
Includes: Plastic sprues, Waterslide decals, Clear parts, Plastic strips

Instruction sheets

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Product timeline

 
Brand
Revell
1969
 
 
Apollo Saturn V (Revell H-1843)
New tool
 
 
1982
 
 
Apollo Saturn V (Revell 8605)
Rebox
 
 
1994
 
 
Apollo: Saturn V (Revell 04805)
Rebox
 
 
2009
 
 
Apollo: Saturn V (Revell 04805)
New box
 
 

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Walkarounds

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Gallery

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Projects

Status: Completed | Scale: 1:96 | Albums: 1 with 21 images
 
Status: Ideas | Scale: 1:96 | Albums: 0
 

Newsfeed

Paul Janders
Here's a look at two illustration panels from the box of Revell's original 1969 release of their 1/96 scale Saturn V.

The front of the box is on the left, while one of the side panels appears on the right. When this kit was released in 1969 it sold for (US)$12. That would be about $77 in 2014 dollars.

Along with the innovative method of assembly that Revell engineered for this kit they also came up with a novel box. The box was all one piece and served as a carrying and storage case. There was no separate top and bottom. A plastic carrying handle was attached on one of the side panels.

My built Saturn V kit ended up in this box and survives to this day. It spent many years (decades!) in the attic of my parent's house. I finally rescued it in the early 2000s.
15. January 2015 at 17:39:44 Share
Ronald Hess
Bought it same year it was presented by Revell about late 1969 or early 1970
09. March 2014 at 17:23:22 Share

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