Apollo Saturn V Rocket

This is the 1/144 scale Apollo Saturn V plastic kit by AirFix For ages 8 years and up

Airfix Apollo Saturn V Rocket Space Program Plastic Model Kit 1/144 Scale #11170
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Specifications :
  • Height: 30.23" (768 mm)
  • Width: 5.20" (132 mm)
  • Airfix Product Number: 11170
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"Great project"
What a great project to build. Fun and educational as well. The detailing and specs on this project were among the best I have ever worked with. I also liked the fact that the model is assembled in many different stages, actually showing how the rocket would have jettison each stage while on its assent. The decals were very well made, and I had absolutely no problem adhering them to the model. Very well made AirFix, and yes, this model does stand about 30 inches tall.

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  • Celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.
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  • Illustrated instructions with paint/marking guide included.
  • 78 total pieces.


  • Height: 30.23" (768 mm)
  • Width: 5.20" (132 mm)
  • Airfix Product Number: 11170


(1) 1/144 scale Apollo Saturn V plastic kit

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"The Apollo Moon Rocket, The Saturn 5"
rkoenn (Brandon, FL)
This is a very good kit of the largest rocket, so far, that ever flew. I actually saw two of them launched from on the space center way back then and they were amazing and BIG. The kit by itself is quite good and fairly easy to build. The only real negative on this kit, and I've built 4 or so over the years, is that the plastic is thicker on the body at the corrugated sections. For this build I did purchase a New Ware aftermarket resin and PE kit which required extensive work on the model to replace or add numerous parts but was worth it in the end. My first build which I have a picture of here was broken apart with the stages showing on a stand but I ended up selling it to a gentleman in Switzerland.

"Good and functional Saturn V model"
This Saturn-V is a good model. Despite being of old tooling, most of the parts still fit together pretty well. Being a rocket, it does not have many complex parts so assembly is easy. Every stage comes apart via a simple twist-and-lock mechanism. There are some inaccuracies in the model, however. The command module is incredibly small for some reason, with less radius than the service module it is on (they are supposed to be just as wide). You have to put the launch escape system over it to truly cover it up. The lunar module also cannot separate into its ascent and descent stages. Also, the lunar module adapter (the payload fairings) separate in two, when on the real rocket, it separates into 4 panels. Despite the inaccuracies, it is a good model that I do recommend if you're into space and rockets.


Due to small parts that could cause a choking hazard please keep away from children 3 years of age and younger.

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