USS Arizona Ship Models

The USS Arizona BB-39 proudly served her country from 1916-1941.

Most well known for her tragic demise at the attack on Pearl Harbor December 7, 1941 when the United States involvement in World War Two became official.

Our models of the great battleship USS Arizona represent the finest in master craftsmanship. Built by Master Ship Model Builders with more than 35 years individual experience.


While moored in Pearl Harbor's Battleship Row on the morning of December 7th 1941 USS Arizona was hit by several Japanese carrier aircraft bombs. Penetrating her forecastle, one detonated her forward ammunition magazines resulting in a massive explosion causing her to sink.

She took a brave 1,100 crewmen down with her on that fateful day. Remaining there where she sank.

The National Parks Service has created a USS Arizona Memorial in Pearl Harbor at the location of her hull.


USS Arizona is a Pennsylvania Class Battleship built in Brooklyn New York and sister ship to the earlier USS Pennsylvania BB-38 Battleship.

Both models are available in various sizes and configurations.

A commanding battleship, Arizona could travel a top speed of up to 20.7 knots, was 600' in length with a beam of more than 106'.


She carried three OS2U Kingfisher Amphibian Aircraft on deck.

Each plane is smaller than a quarter as shown here in 1/350th scale. Solid cast resin and brass airplanes with great detail work especially for this very small scale.

Catapults launched the airplanes off the deck sky rocketing into action.

The accuracy of such intricate brass work and painting detail is where a Raven Model really stands out above any other model.


Well armed, the USS Arizona carried twelve 14" rifles, twelve 5" guns and eight 5inch/25 caliber guns.

Upgraded brass rifle barrels are hollow core machined to perfection. Each barrel is individually adjustable.

Upgraded lifeboats add a great deal to the presentation. These are made of cast resin with lots of brass details including rudders, bench work, life rings and more.

Each railing is a work of art in itself containing as many as six bends per inch.


We build each model by hand in the USA using only professional grade materials.

Enhanced with exterior detailing including air brushed highlights and unsurpassed intricate detail painting and brass enhancement work.


Each model is mounted on a natural wood base. Shown here mounted on exotic Zebrawood which is finished in numerous coats of hand rubbed fine Danish oils.

A wood mounted brass engraved nameplate is always included.

A protective flame polished clear acrylic cover is included for a top quality professional finish and to protect your investment for the years to follow as it continues to appreciate in value.


We use brass propellers, drive shafts and brass or stainless pedestals.

Old Glory proudly displays her colors with 48 stars flying aft from the USS Arizona's stern.

Shown here in her 1941 configuration. Also available in her 1930 version with bi-planes as well as her original 1916 version.

An impressive work of art for any Navy, WWII or military model enthusiast.


USS Arizona BB-39

USS Pennsylvania BB-38

1/350th Scale Models:

26" long x 7" deep x 9" tall

Limited Availability of 1/200th and 1/96th Scale Battleship Models

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The Ship Model Masters of Raven Arts in Washington State are the west coast's premier custom modeling service located just west of Seattle, WA

Custom built ship models such as this example of the USS Arizona BB-39 Battleship Model from World War One and sunk in World War Two are available as both investment and museum quality ship models. Built by professional Master Model Builders with more than 35 years experience. Available in a multitude of configurations including her original 1916, 1939 with bi-planes and this example of the 1941 Pearl Harbor Attack version.

Each one is a custom work of art built by hand in the USA.