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Battleship Scharnhorst-class

All you need to know about Battleship Scharnhorst-class from a scale modeler perspective.

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Category:Ships - Motorships
Ships - Motorships
Used from:1938-1945
Used by:Military

Hot kits

1:700 Scharnhorst 1943 (Snowman Model SP-7008)
German Battleship
Scharnhorst 1943
Snowman Model 1:700
SP-7008
2019* | New tool
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1:200 Scharnhorst (Trumpeter 03715)
German Battleship
Scharnhorst
Trumpeter 1:200
03715
2019* | Changed parts
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1:700 Scharnhorst (Tamiya WL.B118)
German Battlecruiser
Scharnhorst Water Line Series
Tamiya 1:700
WL.B118 (118)
1975 | New tool
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1:200 Gneisenau (Trumpeter 03714)
German Battleship
Gneisenau
Trumpeter 1:200
03714
2019* | New tool
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1:350 Scharnhorst (Dragon 1062)
German Battleship
Scharnhorst 1940
Dragon 1:350
1062
2019 | Changed parts
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1:700 Gneisenau (Tamiya 31802)
German Battlecruiser
Gneisenau Water Line Series
Tamiya 1:700
31802 (120)
1994 | Changed box
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1:700 Scharnhorst (Tamiya 118)
German Battlecruiser
Scharnhorst Water Line Series
Tamiya 1:700
118 (7818 (MRC))
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1:Egg Scharnhorst (Meng Model WB-002)
Warship Builder Series
Scharnhorst
Meng Model 1:Egg
WB-002
2018 | New tool
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Products

1:570 Battlecruiser Gneisenau (Revell 05043)
 
Battlecruiser Gneisenau
Revell 1:570
05043
1984 | Changed box
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1:1200 Battleship Scharnhorst (Revell 05136)
 
Battleship Scharnhorst
Revell 1:1200
05136 (80-5136)
2015 | Changed box
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1:1200 Battleship Scharnhorst (Revell 65136)
 
Battleship Scharnhorst Model-Set
Revell 1:1200
65136
2015 | Model set
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1:100 DKM Scharnhorst (The Scale Shipyard WHU-B-13)
Fiberglass hull for:
DKM Scharnhorst
The Scale Shipyard 1:100
WHU-B-13
199x | New tool
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1:144 DKM Scharnhorst (Strike Models )
 
DKM Scharnhorst
Strike Models 1:144
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1:1200 Gneisenau (Revell 05803)
 
Gneisenau
Revell 1:1200
05803
2005 | Changed box
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1:1200 Gneisenau (Revell 06817)
 
Gneisenau Miniships
Revell 1:1200
06817
1998 | Changed box
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1:570 Gneisenau (Revell 5043)
 
Gneisenau
Revell 1:570
5043
198x | Changed box
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1:1200 Gneisenau (Revell 65803)
 
Gneisenau Model-Set
Revell 1:1200
65803
2015 | Model set
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Gallery

Related models

Our search engine contains 16 gallery articles related to the topic Battleship Scharnhorst-class:

Deutsches Schlachtschiff Scharnhorst 1:350
Deutsches Schlachtschiff Scharnhorst
1:350

by Andreas Martin on Modellmarine

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Scharnhorst 1:2400
Scharnhorst
1:2400

by Mathias Carl on Modellversium

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Scharnhorst 1:2400
Scharnhorst
1:2400

by Mathias Carl on Modellmarine

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Scharnhorst 1:2400
Scharnhorst
1:2400

by Mathias Carl on Modellmarine

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Deutsches Schlachtschiff Scharnhorst 1:350
Deutsches Schlachtschiff Scharnhorst
1:350

by Ulf Lundberg on Modellmarine

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Scharnhorst 1:350
Scharnhorst
1:350

by on Modellversium

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Deutsches Schlachtschiff Gneisenau 1:400
Deutsches Schlachtschiff Gneisenau
1:400

by Ulf Lundberg on Modellmarine

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Scharnhorst 1:700
Scharnhorst
1:700

by Claudio Matteini on Modellmarine

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Scharnhorst 1:350
Scharnhorst
1:350

by Daniel Villhauer on Modellmarine

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Scharnhorst 1:350
Scharnhorst
1:350

by Rainer Michalek on Modellmarine

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Scharnhorst 1:350
Scharnhorst
1:350

by Steffen Franke on Modellmarine

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Books

Here is a selection of books and publications covering Battleship Scharnhorst-class.

Battleship Scharnhorst (Oxford Museum Press )
 
Battleship Scharnhorst The Crew Photo Album
Randall S. Shoker
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Battleship Scharnhorst (Unknown )
 
Battleship Scharnhorst Conway Maritime Modellers
Gerhard Koop, Klaus-Peter Schmolke
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Battleships of the Scharnhorst class (Seaforth Publishing )
 
Battleships of the Scharnhorst class
Gerhard Koop, Klaus-Peter Schmolke
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The German Battleship Gneisenau (Kagero 40)
 
The German Battleship Gneisenau
Topdrawings Nr. 40
Mariusz Motyka
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Scharnhorst (Kagero 35)
 
Scharnhorst The German battleship
Topdrawings Nr. 35
Mariusz Motyka
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The Sinking of the Sharnhorst (Cerberus Publishing Limited )
 
The Sinking of the Sharnhorst The German Account
Friz-Otto Busch
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Kriegsmarine Scharnhorst (Classic Warships Publishing 36)
 
Kriegsmarine Scharnhorst
Warship Pictorial Nr. 36
Steve Wiper
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The Battleship Gneisenau (Kagero 16014)
 
The Battleship Gneisenau
3D Nr. 16014
Mariusz Motyka, Miroslaw Skwiot
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Scharnhorst (Kagero 7)
 
Scharnhorst
Super Drawings in 3D Nr. 7
Mariusz Motyka, Grzegorz Nowak
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Schlachtschiff Scharnhorst (Bernard & Graefe Verlag )
 
Schlachtschiff Scharnhorst Eine Bild- und Plandokumentation
Gerhard Koop, Klaus-Peter Schmolke
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Lee Fogel Added a new review for:
1:762 Scharnhorst (Lindberg 70862)
 
Scharnhorst German Battleship
Lindberg 1:762
70862
2012 | Changed ???
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OZKAN AYGUN added a new project.
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1:570
Completed
1:570 Scharnhorst (Revell 05037)
Battleship Scharnhorst-class
DR Military Wehrmacht Kriegsmarine (German Navy 1935-1945)
Scharnhorst
 
21. May 2018 at 17:34:24 Share
Larry E Added a new review for:
1:350 Scharnhorst (Dragon 1036)
German Battleship
Scharnhorst 1941
Dragon 1:350
1036
2015 | Changed parts
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Nathaniel Swift added a new project.
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1:700 Scharnhorst (Tamiya WL.B118)1:700 Scharnhorst / Gneisenau (White Ensign Models PE 745)
 
21. December 2017 at 05:14:12 Share
Amilo added a new project.
1:1200
Completed
1:1200 Battleship Scharnhorst (Revell 05136)
Battleship Scharnhorst-class
DR Military Wehrmacht Kriegsmarine (German Navy 1935-1945)
Scharnhorst
 
14. September 2017 at 11:27:13 Share
ghe101
I believe Dragon has to do some soul searching with regard to making models buildable. I just got their model of the 1/350 German Battleship Scharnhorst, and welcome to PE hell. I mean, 7 parts for one 20 mm gun, unless I didn't count the number right on the plans--which are way too small. And when it comes to the 37mm mounts, they're 14 pieces each! Multiply that by 8. There comes a point wherein our hobby can get "unfun," and this model is fairly close to that category. I like how the main and secondary armament is done, and there are other elements of outstanding quality in terms of surface detail and fit. But this is an over-engineered model by any standard, at least in terms of the time and energy that will be required to build it to any acceptable standard. One thing is for sure, few after-market addendums will be needed. But despite all the PE, no weather deck or upper deck railings, so be prepared to buy these if you want them. To say this kit is a challenge would not be an adequate description. It is something one does for months on end, knowing full well that some bits will forever be mauled or lost. My Revell 1/350 Bizmarck kit is infinitely more enjoyable. I am sure the Dragon model will build into a fine rendition of the Scharnhorst, but I would not buy it again. Hell, I might not live long enough to build it! Perhaps a more buildable version of this ship in a large scale will come along. This is certainly not it! Smarten up, Dragon. Several hundred pieces per model in not necessarily a good thing.
1:350 Scharnhorst (Dragon 1040)
German Battleship
Scharnhorst 1943
Dragon 1:350
1040
2010 | New tool
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9. September 2017 at 01:42:23 Share
Stephen Larsen added a new project.
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Stephen Larsen added a new project.
1:700
Ideas
1:700 Deutsche Kriegsmarine SL-8 Domed Rangefinders (Model Monkey MM700-SL8)1:700 Scharnhorst and Gneisenau 10.5 meter and 6 meter Rangefinders (Model Monkey MM700-ScharnRgeFnd)1:700 Scharnhorst Turret "Bruno" Barbette with exterior vent trunks (Model Monkey MM700-ScharnBrunBarb)1+
 
10. August 2017 at 20:40:04 Share
Martin Oostrom added a new project.
Albums: 0
1:700
Ideas
1:700 Scharnhorst (Tamiya WL.B118)1:700 German 28cm/54,5 (11in) SKC/34 (Master SM-700-024)1:700 German 15cm (5.9in) SK C/28 barrels (Master SM-700-002)2+
Scharnhorst
DR Military Wehrmacht Kriegsmarine (German Navy 1935-1945)
World War 2 1941
 
25. July 2017 at 13:56:50 Share
Holger Kranich Definately a project for me!
25. July 2017 at 14:20:26
Martin Oostrom Some idiot, that's me, forgot to buy some brass barrels for the guns. So this one's stuck at the ideas phase for now, until I need more items from Germany.
25. July 2017 at 14:34:49
Holger Kranich Do you buy your stuff in germany?
25. July 2017 at 14:39:10
Martin Oostrom Yes, and the rest of Europe 8)

as there are no modelling shops near where I live, I'm sentenced to online shopping. As I don't like to pay €10 for each ship,emt, I tend to purchase in larger batches. Just today I received 2 Eduard big sin sets, 8 PE frets, 3 ship models (including this one), a couple of cockpits, 4 resin parts and some other stuff.
I DID buy the barrels for the Rodney that also came today, why I forgot those Scharnhorst barrels.....

I used to buy at modelbouwverf.nl, but I find their delivery times too unreliable. I did some shopping in England, but they can't send anything that reeks like enamel to the Mainland.

I bought some books at Mig Jimenez' own website, also some paints. The drawback here is that he only sells Ammo stuff and some models.

Last week I bought most of the Eduard stuff that come in today in Poland from Model Make. Because there was an error in their inventory I received a small discount. That's keeping your customers happy . I'll buy there again.

Most of my stuff comes from Der Sockelshop. They seem to have decent prices, but more importantly a large assortment of stuff I want. :)

I usually fire up Excel whenever I feel the need to buy something and list the different shops prices. The one with the most items for the lowest price wins ;)

Greetings,
Martin
25. July 2017 at 15:21:54
Holger Kranich You have a PN
26. July 2017 at 06:19:56
Lode Schildermans Hi guys. As Martin, I shop also mostly in Germany and Poland for the aftermaket kits. Plastmodel in Poland is a reliable website. Lot of choice, often good prices and I never had an issue (I have bought about 5 times the past year and only had an issue with the deck of the Rodney. They didn't argue about the complaint and took It seriuously. I have ti wait thee delivery from Pontos itself, which will take Some time, but I am confident)
26. July 2017 at 17:03:10
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Stephen Larsen Added a new review for:
1:700 Gneisenau (1942/1943) (HP-Models WL.G.096)
Deutsche Kriegsmarine Schachtshiff
Gneisenau (1942/1943) Nach Umbauplanung (Post-reconstruction)
HP-Models 1:700
WL.G.096
200x | New tool
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SteelNavy
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13. July 2017 at 18:38:15 Share
Dutch added a new project.
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Stephen Larsen added a new project.
1:350
In progress
1:350 SL-8 Domed Rangefinders (Model Monkey MM350-SL8)1:350 Deutsche Kriegsmarine 160 cm Searchlights (set of 4) (Model Monkey MM350-DKM.Srchlghts)1:350 Gneisenau 38cm (15") Twin-gun Turrets with Barrels & Blast Bags (set of 3) (Model Monkey MM350GneisTrrtsBrrls)8+
 
28. May 2017 at 23:17:22 Share
Lars Added a new review for:
1:350 Scharnhorst (Dragon 1036)
German Battleship
Scharnhorst 1941
Dragon 1:350
1036
2015 | Changed parts
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Previewed on channel
KitMaker Network
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Mathias Carl Added a new review for:
1:350 Scharnhorst (Dragon 1036)
German Battleship
Scharnhorst 1941
Dragon 1:350
1036
2015 | Changed parts
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Modellmarine
Previewed on
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Mathias Carl added a new article to his personal gallery:
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Scharnhorst 1:2400
Scharnhorst
GHQ 1:2400

by Mathias Carl on Modellmarine

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25. February 2017 at 20:03:27 Share
Stephen Larsen Added a new review for:
1:350 Scharnhorst (Dragon 1036)
German Battleship
Scharnhorst 1941
Dragon 1:350
1036
2015 | Changed parts
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29. January 2017 at 13:57:36 Share
Nathaniel Swift added a new project.
16. October 2016 at 04:33:56 Share
huenlil Added a new review for:
1:350 Scharnhorst (Dragon 1040)
German Battleship
Scharnhorst 1943
Dragon 1:350
1040
2010 | New tool
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John Irwing Added a new review for:
1:1200 Battleship Scharnhorst (Revell 05136)
 
Battleship Scharnhorst
Revell 1:1200
05136 (80-5136)
2015 | Changed box
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Revell-Ations
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Michael Butterfield Added a new review for:
1:350 Scharnhorst (Dragon 1040)
German Battleship
Scharnhorst 1943
Dragon 1:350
1040
2010 | New tool
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norm21 added a new project.
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1:700
Ideas
1:700 DKM Gneisenau (ArtwoxModel AW20061)
 
14. September 2015 at 14:15:12 Share
Gerald Willing Added a new review for:
1:1200 Battleship Scharnhorst (Revell 05136)
 
Battleship Scharnhorst
Revell 1:1200
05136 (80-5136)
2015 | Changed box
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Modellversium
Previewed on
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se5 added a new article to his personal gallery:
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Scharnhorst 1:350
Scharnhorst
Dragon 1:350

by se5 on Modellversium

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20. August 2015 at 13:54:07 Share
Mark Partis completed this item
1:350 Scharnhorst (Dragon 1040)
German Battleship
Scharnhorst 1943
Dragon 1:350
1040
2010 | New tool
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11. August 2015 at 13:46:34 Share
Mary Lawton I would love to get some photo of this completed kit, I'm saving up to get this though the dam 1:200 Nelson from trumpeter is only working out to be 40 dollars more.
14. August 2015 at 05:08:39
Mark Partis Hi Mary. You could use the Photos of mine if you wish to. I would love a 200 Nelson also but have nowhere to display it.
14. August 2015 at 11:35:54
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Redcat added a new project.
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1:700
Ideas
1:700 Scharnhorst (Tamiya WL.B118)
 
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Jordan added a new project.
1:350
Ideas
1:350 Scharnhorst (Dragon 1040)1:350 Scharnhorst Propellers (G Factor 35012)1:350 DKM Scharnhorst Wood Deck (Nautilus Models 350-540)1+
 
10. July 2015 at 00:05:50 Share
Kevin Boodts added a new project.
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1:700 Scharnhorst (Tamiya WL.B118)1:700 WWII German Battlecruiser Gneisenau (FlyHawk Model FH700139)
 
11. June 2015 at 11:36:05 Share
Holger Kranich
I never saw someone using so much aftermarket for a model, but the result speaks for itself...
Scharnhorst 1:700
Scharnhorst
Tamiya 1:700

by Claudio Matteini on Modellmarine

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3. January 2014 at 14:12:44 Share
Christian Bruer Yep, he used nearly all available sets. He did an impressive job, very very nice rsult!
3. January 2014 at 14:40:59
Holger Kranich I do not think that a lot of aftermarket, automaticly makes a good model... But in this case :) :D
3. January 2014 at 14:55:53
Christian Bruer Agree! First you need the skill to handle the parts and different materials. Second, and most important in ship models in smaller scales, you have to find a balance between useful and unnecessary parts. If not and you overdo it a model looked cramped and unbalanced. For example a handrail with mounting as you can find it on a real ship is in scale 1/700 and even in scale 1/350 overdone. Third, and most fun in modelmaking ? detail it for your own and use only useful parts (in my case, railings, doors, cable reels). Cheers, Christian
3. January 2014 at 15:12:43
Holger Kranich Thats the spirit, Christian!
I absolutely agree!
And in this case, the aftermarket-battle from Claudio is well balanced and its a pleasure to look at it!
3. January 2014 at 15:16:25
Maarten Kruizenga exceptional but again spoiled by the blotting out of the swastikas
3. January 2014 at 15:20:04
Christian Bruer Modellmarine is a German site and here it is not allowed to show a swastika! A good model did not need 100% realism to be a good model and this model isn't spoiled only why it did not show a swastika! My cent on this!
3. January 2014 at 15:29:04
Maarten Kruizenga sorry.................you cannot blot out history however much you try
3. January 2014 at 15:31:05
Christian Bruer I totaly agree Maarten, but this is a law in Germany - fact! Cheers, Christian
3. January 2014 at 15:38:09
Maarten Kruizenga no worries, it's my 'bugbear'
3. January 2014 at 15:47:50
3. January 2014 at 15:51:30
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Robert Espenschied added a new photoalbum.
30 images
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Updated: December 6, 2013
21. May 2013 at 06:48:32 Share
Robert Espenschied looks almost like a ship now... :)
23. June 2013 at 17:50:52
Dave Flitton Looking good. Changes the ship from a Heavy Cruiser to a Battle Cruiser.
22. August 2013 at 15:00:55
Robert Espenschied hi Dave,

the Gneisenau and Scharnhorst were actually considered as Battle Cruisers and with my new outfit they would be Battle Ships :)

Robert
22. August 2013 at 20:47:29
Dave Flitton The problem with Scharnhorst and Gneisenau was that they had the armament of heavy cruisers on a battle cruiser hull. With your conversion, they would now be proper "battle cruisers" with all the advantages and disadvantages a battle cruiser would have (i.e. HMS Hood)
22. August 2013 at 20:53:11
Robert Espenschied point taken...
I read somewhere that the hull would have to be extended too, to fit the bigger turrets.
Anyway, it's a fun "what-if" build.
22. August 2013 at 21:39:38
Dave Flitton I agree, looks good.
22. August 2013 at 21:43:31
Robert Espenschied a little work on the dio... The crane has been almost finished
6. December 2013 at 08:41:32
Holger Kranich What a cool "What if"! I´m following this for sure!
6. December 2013 at 10:24:17
Holger Kranich As far as i know, it was planned to extend the hull from Gneisenau and Scharnhorst about 14m in length to install the 38cm turrets.
6. December 2013 at 10:31:45
Robert Espenschied very true Holger, but I waived this strechting of the hull since it would be only 0.02cm
:)
6. December 2013 at 11:31:54
Holger Kranich Hätte ich auch nicht gemacht, zuviel Aufwand dafür ;)!
6. December 2013 at 12:04:34
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Robert Espenschied added a new project.
Albums: 1 with 30 images
1:700
On hold
1:700 Gneisenau (Tamiya WL.B120)1:700 SCHARNHORST/GNEISENAU (Tom's Modelworks 746)1+
 
18. May 2013 at 14:58:20 Share
Robert Espenschied Why do I call this project "triple what if"? Imagine the following three scenarios...
1st IF - The Gneisenau would have received as planed the main turrets of the Bismarck class was using...
2nd IF - The Gneisenau would have survived the war
3rd IF - The Gneisenau would have been handed over to the USA as reparation

I guess you got the drift
19. May 2013 at 00:08:37
Robert Espenschied getting closer to the end...
11. August 2013 at 22:03:18
Holger Kranich That is a great idea with the "triple wahtif"!
12. August 2013 at 06:54:32
Robert Espenschied the ship is almost finished... Next will be the diorama base.
22. August 2013 at 00:42:05
Holger Kranich Wie das Schiff wohl mit den zusätzlichen Gewicht klar gekommen wäre? Ich hab jetzt nicht die genauen Gewichte der Türme im Kopf aber es müßte einen deutlichen Unterschied geben, denke ich...
22. August 2013 at 06:18:22
Robert Espenschied Hallo Holger,
750t vs 1100t. Ich glaube nicht das die 1000t Mehrgewicht ein Problem bereitet hätten. Aber es hätte natürlich weniger Platz für die Munition gegeben.
Robert
22. August 2013 at 12:45:38
Holger Kranich Moin Robert!
Die hatten schon bei den alten Türmen Probleme mit dem Wasser über Lauf am Bug in schwerer See! Deshalb gab es ja auch den neuen Atlantiksteven!
22. August 2013 at 23:17:21
Holger Kranich Aber du hast natürlich recht, für Munition wäre nicht besonders viel Platz geblieben!
22. August 2013 at 23:18:28
Holger Kranich Waren die acht und Zwanziger nicht auch schon in Granate und Kartusche unterteilt? Bei den 15 cm war alles in einem. Davon habe ich hier auf der Insel genug gefunden. Nach 1942 kamen Geschütze von der Mittelartillerie von der Gneisenau hier her.
22. August 2013 at 23:21:35
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Markus Added a new review for:
1:350 Scharnhorst armament without blastbags (Master SM-350-057)
Scharnhorst armament without blastbags 28cm (9pcs), 15cm (12pcs), 10,5cm (14pcs) barrels
Master 1:350
SM-350-057 Multi topic
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16. June 2013 at 14:45:08 Share
Larry E Added a new review for:
1:350 Scharnhorst (Dragon 1040)
German Battleship
Scharnhorst 1943
Dragon 1:350
1040
2010 | New tool
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IPMS USA
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6. May 2013 at 17:55:54 Share
DFGH
Wonderful! This Scharnhorst is amazing
Scharnhorst 1:350
Scharnhorst
Dragon 1:350

by Kostas Katseas on IPMS Fine Waterline

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19. October 2011 at 19:09:45 Share
Aghis Barberopoulos Impressive motion effect, beautiful rigging, very nice painting, it is another classic by Kostas Katseas!!!
19. October 2011 at 19:35:04
Holger Kranich What a beautiful work! Just like a fraction of a second was captured in this model! Wow!
20. October 2011 at 17:43:32
kamal sabokbar very nice
17. July 2012 at 20:16:48
Pedro Almeida Just :-O :-O :-O
17. July 2012 at 21:58:44
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Dave Flitton owns this item
1:700 Scharnhorst (Tamiya WL.B118)
German Battlecruiser
Scharnhorst Water Line Series
Tamiya 1:700
WL.B118 (118)
1975 | New tool
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29. March 2012 at 18:31:23 Share
Holger Kranich A near project or just a feed of your stash?
29. March 2012 at 19:06:58
Dave Flitton Stash. I have too many ships in front of this one. This has been in my stash for near 15 years
30. March 2012 at 13:34:15
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Aghis Barberopoulos owns this item
1:350 Scharnhorst Wooden Deck (MK1 Design MD-35015)
 
Scharnhorst Wooden Deck
MK1 Design 1:350
MD-35015
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15. December 2011 at 15:57:42 Share
Aghis Barberopoulos Excellent product! Now I can really start this ship!
15. December 2011 at 15:58:28
15. December 2011 at 16:02:49
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Aghis Barberopoulos
Sometimes I just hate...er...love the work of Kostas!!! :)
Scharnhorst 1:700
Scharnhorst 1939
Tamiya 1:700

by Constantine Katsiou on Modelclub.gr

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21. November 2011 at 17:04:55 Share
Holger Kranich I saw this one after looking for his Yamato. Extreeemly well detailed in that scale!
21. November 2011 at 17:07:39
Aghis Barberopoulos Love the sub, and sailors waiting for it... This was an idea I had for a long time...and now he beat me to it !!! Argg...
21. November 2011 at 17:13:59
Dave Flitton Dito...Kostas shows us the potential I believe I will never reach. It's still fun to look at though
21. November 2011 at 17:17:47
Holger Kranich Yes its a bit frustrating but you can do it better and in a bigger scale!
21. November 2011 at 17:18:05
Aghis Barberopoulos Yeah, yeah, positive thinking! At least we can try to beat him, before he does it in 1/350 too :)
21. November 2011 at 17:36:20
Holger Kranich Its worth a try...
The rigging must have been the raw horror... But he did it "Meisterhaft"!
21. November 2011 at 17:41:49
Aghis Barberopoulos Great work indeed! Always inspiring.
21. November 2011 at 17:49:03
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Aghis Barberopoulos
Holger, have you completed this model ?
1:350 Scharnhorst (Dragon 1040)
German Battleship
Scharnhorst 1943
Dragon 1:350
1040
2010 | New tool
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21. September 2011 at 19:04:32 Share
Holger Kranich I made this one, but not from dragon, that was a mistake from me...
22. September 2011 at 07:01:57
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Holger Kranich wants this item
1:350 Scharnhorst (Dragon 1040)
German Battleship
Scharnhorst 1943
Dragon 1:350
1040
2010 | New tool
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15. September 2011 at 19:41:41 Share
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Aghis Barberopoulos Mein Gott, Holger, you have such a possession ? Have a look in your mailbox please!
15. September 2011 at 20:40:59
Holger Kranich Wait a minute...
15. September 2011 at 20:41:57
Holger Kranich Yes this is the item, i mean! When you have finished the photos, just send it back to me.
15. September 2011 at 20:46:03
Holger Kranich But it would be very nice to see it with your model!
15. September 2011 at 20:46:41
Holger Kranich Now i´m gonna go to bed, have a nice dream of battleships or 152`s ! kallenichta! :)
15. September 2011 at 20:50:05
Aghis Barberopoulos I would suggest to hold on to it, because the model will take a long time to build! This is very kind of you for one more time! You never told me you know a sailor from the Scharnhorst!!! And you drink coffee with him ! I will have to come over to Wangerooge soon !!! This is too exciting :)
15. September 2011 at 20:50:39
Holger Kranich Wangerooge is just a little part of germany, you will find items or veterans everywhere you go or ask for it! WWII is very present, here, in archaeology-sense!!! But i would be happy to say hello to you, personally! :) You are welcome, any time!
15. September 2011 at 20:56:38
Aghis Barberopoulos Surely I have never met Kriegsmarine sailors anywhere else ! That is reason enough! Or flak gunners!!! :)
15. September 2011 at 21:03:16
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