Atlantis USS Ticonderoga CV-14 1/500 Angled Deck Aircraft Carrier Toy and Hobby Plastic Ship Model kit Made in The USA

(9 customer reviews)


Last updated on October 16, 2023 11:05 am Details


  • Made in the USA
  • Over 21 Inches Long when completed
  • Over 150 Parts
  • Essex Class Carrier
  • Paint and Glue Sold Separatly

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Additional information







Item Dimensions LxWxH

21 x 4 x 5 inches



Item Weight

10.6 ounces

Number of Pieces




Model Name


Product Dimensions

21 x 4 x 5 inches

Item model number



Atlantis Toy and Hobby

Date First Available

April 29, 2019

9 reviews for Atlantis USS Ticonderoga CV-14 1/500 Angled Deck Aircraft Carrier Toy and Hobby Plastic Ship Model kit Made in The USA

  1. CharlieG61

    This is the Atlantis models reissue of the very old Renwal kit. The fit of the deck to the hull is very tricky. Careful fitting and trimming is necessary for this step. Otherwise the build is straightforward.

  2. alman5555

    It reminds me of the old revel model. And just as fun to build

  3. Chris

    I have not put it together yet ,but looks to be interesting for me due to it being my first aircraft carrier i will have ever built..
    Yes my dad served on her from 1959-1963 off the gulf of tonkin right next to Vietnam !!

  4. Victor Stiner

    Top quality to enjoy building and displaying, to be passed down through generations

  5. Thanos

    Okay. My first review of this kit was turned down probably because I mentioned what the kit originally cost back in 1965 when RENWAL reissued it in an updated version (That was over 50 years ago, why should it matter now? All kits manufactured back then and being reissued today cost much more. Does AMAZON need a list of the reissues and what I paid for them back then?). Anyway I built it back then and thoroughly enjoyed the fun of painting and applying the decals. Today. I would make some improvements to the ISLAND. Since the flight deck is all in raised panel lines, I would eliminate them, rescribe the deck and add some PE railing details. As it is out of the box for a first timer, have fun with it. This was a very famous ship back during the Korean and Vietnam wars. One of her sister ships was the Shangri-La.

  6. Manuel Romero



    全長54cm X 全幅12cm X 全高14.5cm。

  7. Wayne Hege

    It was a gift for our grandfather’s 100th birthday. He served on the Tico during WWII. He said it is mostly accurate, and unfortunately it came with Vietnam era jets, but he still loved it.

  8. Kevin Burger

    I was on the Ticonderoga from 1970 to 1973 when it was de-commissioned. Putting this together brought back some great memories. Mostly easy to assemble but some very small pieces involved. Decals require a good eyes and a very steady hand.

  9. Wayne Hege

    I bought this kit to build the USS Yorktown CVA10. Fun kit to build and fit together very well. Only negative is I wish there was more details included out of the box. With that said I did buy several after market parts for the model. The flight deck decals, island, AA guns etc.

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