1/69 scale Disney Nautilus Model Kit

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Now Available!

Complete kit for the construction of a Museum quality replica of Captain Nemo's famous submarine from Disney's 1954 classic,"20,000 Leagues Under the Sea"

(31" overall length). Amazing reproduction of Nemo's Nautilus in 1/69th scale. Kit is manufactured from resin with white metal detail pieces. Features a fully detailed wheelhouse and removeable skiff. A beautiful Victorian-styled display stand is also included. The hull is hollow, and a suitably talented builder can add any number of details such as salon pieces, lighting and much more!

This model is large enough for the addition of R/C components for operation on or under the water. See below for more information!

$450 USD Plus Shipping


31" Nautilus Custom Lighting Kit: Custom designed by Randy Neubert specifically for this kit, the Nautilus Drydocks LED lighting kits make bringing this model to life easier than ever.

Kit includes:   

 3 - Pro 8 driver boards

 24 - Super bright LEDS

  Hook up wire      

 2.1mm DC power jack

 9 Volt wall transformer

 Full illustrated instructions

(This kit requires electronic building skills.)

Soldering and wire make up is required.



31" Nautilus WTC for Remote Control Conversion: For the experienced model builder, a ready-to-install watertight cylinder is now available for the Nautilus Drydocks 31" kits! This kit is necessary to convert the static display model into a fully functional model, ready to patrol the surface of your local pond, and even dive into the depths!

The SubDriver includes the servos and Electronic Speed Controller pre-installed. Also included are the micro servos, main drive motor and electronic speed controller. Additional components and modifications to the model will be needed for complete conversion and it is recommended that only experienced builders of R/C models undertake the conversion to R/C without help.

$450 USD Plus Shipping

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