Trumpeter 1/350 USS Freedom LCS1 Littoral Combat Ship

(5 customer reviews)


Last updated on February 22, 2024 10:52 am Details


  • Ready to assemble plastic model kit
  • Includes photo-etched parts
  • Kit has 530 and more pieces
  • Kit includes eight sprues; including lower hull; upper hull; and deck

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Additional information







Item Dimensions LxWxH

13 x 1.97 x 3 inches



Item Weight

15.2 ounces

Number of Pieces




Product Dimensions

13 x 1.97 x 3 inches

Item model number

TSM- 4549

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer



Stevens International

Date First Available

October 14, 2011

5 reviews for Trumpeter 1/350 USS Freedom LCS1 Littoral Combat Ship

  1. Hambone

    Great detail

  2. Thomas L. Hertenstein

    This Model was a challenge to build and was a lot of fun. The finished model looks EXACTLY like the real thing!!! Phil’s Hobby Shop shipped the model to me in a few days!!!!!!!! I would recommend this model to more experienced model builders because some of the pieces are rather small, yet challenging to build.

  3. Eheads4ever

    Very detailed, but painting skills required to make more realistic.

  4. Kenneth LaPointe

    Its a nice kit that looks good when complete

    Unfortunetly there are alot of very tiny parts that should have been molded as larger assemblies.
    Some parts can barely be picked up with tweezers. Its almost appears to have made parts in tiny pieces to up the parts count

    When complete its a nice model

  5. TD Thompson

    Building it for display. Fitment is good but instructions are often not the clearest. Just “glue here” arrows that all converge on a small area. I bought this Independence and a 1/350th Freedom class because they will not be around much longer as they have become an example of how to ruin a good idea. Also, my father served aboard Number 24 LCS(L) in WW II at Okinawa and Mainland Japan. Wish I could get a model of one of those first Issues! I believe #24 was given to the Japanese Coast Guard after the war was settled.

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