The Z-21 belongs to the 1936 destroyer, named William Heidekham, and entered service on June 10, 1939. She is an improved version of the 1934 and 1934A destroyers. Structural strength and engine reliability have been significantly improved. Improve the wave resistance by improving the shape of the bow, making it more suitable for ocean operations. Z-21 was sunk in the Battle of Narvik on April 10, 1940. Item No. 05792 Product name German Navy Z-21 destroyer 1940 Barcode 9580208057927 Product ratio 1:700 Product Type Static Kit Model Brief Length: 175.7 mm Beam: 17 mm Total number of parts 230+ Etched parts 2 pcs Total number of offsets 4 sprue, upper hull, lower hull and water line plate Paint Schemes German Zerstorer Z-21 1940 Released Date 2012-07 More Description "Hull -slide-molded upper hull and lower hull -Deck w/fine detail -Either waterline or full-hull version can be assembled -Phote Etched parts for mast, stand etc."