Clifton Simmons – 1:96 (101.1″ / 256.86cm) USS Enterprise (CV-6).. the 1943 Refit!

I love Naval Ship builds! Especially HUGE builds like this 101.1″ (256.86cm) build! This one by artist Clifton Simmons was originally shown here on Modelers Miniatures & Magic back on April 22, 2009 and shows just as well today! This build of the Yorktown-Class USS Enterprise (1943 Refit) is a miniature of a very distinguished ship that many called either “The Big E” or “The Grey Ghost” due to it’s amazing service record during World War II. The actual Naval Ship was built in 1934, launched in 1936, and She became the sixth Aircraft Carrier in the United States Navy. The CV-6 was the seventh U.S. Navy Vessel to carry the name ENTERPRISE. Viewing this model, I can say Clifton captured everything that the original vessel, and her crew, represented…pure excellence. Fantastic work.





Wm. Lee Upshaw




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