One of the best WWII models that any collector can buy is a USS Colorado model ship. USS Colorado models make great WWII collectibles. When buying a USS Colorado model, one must first consider size and the level of difficulty of the model. The USS Colorado (BB-45) was the third ship of the United States Navy, named in honor of the 38th state, was the lead of her battleship in its class. The Colorado operated in the vicinity of the Fiji Islands and New Hebrides from November 1942 to September 1943 to prevent further Japanese expansion. She sailed from Pearl Harbor on October 1943 to provide pre-invasion bombardment and fire support for the invasion of Tarawa. These are just a few reasons why this ship is so popular with model makers. In many cases the scale of the model has a direct relationship to what the model sells for. A choice of scale models of the Colorado provides hobbyists an extensive variety of options.
Die Cast USS Colorado (BB-45) Models
Die cast models have also become very popular over the years. Die cast USS Colorado (BB-45) models have moving elements much like the plastic versions but tend to be much sturdier. Die cast models are also ideal for individuals who don’t have the time or expertise to fabricate a Colorado model ship.
Plastic USS Colorado Models
Plastic models are ordinarily a great deal less expensive than die cast versions of the Colorado. These models have been created by many different companies, each with its personal level of complexity. Most levels are posted on the face of the box model. If you are searching for a fun ship model to build you will want to think about a plastic version of the USS Colorado.