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The Flying Saucer with Clear Dome 1/72 Plastic Model kit Atlantis

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How wide is the model when complete:
The models diameter measures 7 inches
What age is recommended:
Ages 14 and up
What paints do I need:
We recommend Black, Blue, Yellow, Gray, Red, Orange
Does it come with paint and glue:
Paint and glue are sold separately
How many parts are included:
37 parts
  • The Flying Saucer with Clear Dome 1/72 Plastic Model kit Atlantis
  • The Flying Saucer with Clear Dome 1/72 Plastic Model kit Atlantis
  • The Flying Saucer with Clear Dome 1/72 Plastic Model kit Atlantis
  • The Flying Saucer with Clear Dome 1/72 Plastic Model kit Atlantis
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1/72 Scale. This kit is molded in silver and includes a Clear dome top and 5 clear parts underneath. This kit has not had the clear dome included in many years. The dome and other parts are also included molded in silver as well. The kit features new box art and for the first time is issued in the classic Aurora Square box. 8 1/4 X 8 1/4 X 3 1/4. Features detailed interior with crew figures. Skill level 2. Saucer has a 7 inch diameter.
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Warranty Information

This item is brand new and ships factory sealed direct from the Atlantis Warehouse. We manufacture and package all our kits in the USA.
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5 Reviews

  • 5
    Flying Saucer

    Posted by Jose Rivera on Apr 29th 2023

    I had no idea that the model was from the TV series I watched as a kid when I purchased it. It is an older mold but the pieces are detail to the standards when it was originally casted. It is easy to assemble. Had to clean some flash that was not very obstructive and fill some push points. Overall if you are a Sci-Fi collector I highly recommend it. Atlantis added the clear dome so you can display and show the interior. A big PLUS.

  • 5
    The Flying Saucer.

    Posted by Jim Lieto on Apr 16th 2022

    So let me give you a quick review and maybe some ideas. I admit I Love old Sci Fi. This particular one is VERY……. Similar to one that use to be on a TV show around 1966 that currently is on METV. I also happen to have an older reference book ( The Saucer Fleet ) Hagarty/Rogers that may be available on the internet. So…. Mine is almost complete. I’ve currently finished the underside in Testors diamond dust silver. The propulsion area I sprayed with a combination of Testors and Tamiya paint going from red to orange into a yellow with a white center. The paints had no reaction to the plastic and worked beautifully. I used Tamiya panel line black and brown to highlight the outer edge. The bottom ring was painted blue as per the book ref. What do I know. I had Nassau Blue and sprayed the interior walls etc. with that, again it was close to the photo in the book. I decided to do the doors with Bare metal foil as well as using some colored plastic sequins? to add some unearthly controls. Assembly so far as been straight forward. There is minimal flash on the parts. I’ll paint the rest of the Saucer with the diamond dust spray and may dust in some blue just to add a little color. I built this one as a kid. Excellent job Atlantis! Keep them coming!

  • 5

    Posted by Pancho on Feb 16th 2022

    Exacto para mi diorama

  • 5
    Flying Saucer

    Posted by Tim Parker on Oct 14th 2021

    Fun build, very satisfying!

  • 5
    top quality great box art

    Posted by Richard Grenier on Oct 27th 2020

    great kit

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