The Agora Models 1:200 scale RMS Titanic is the most detailed model of its kind. It is based on careful study of the original passenger liner that set sail for the first and last time on April 10, 1912. However, for a model that costs upwards of $1,800 USD you would think it would be perfect, but you will be wrong. There are always opportunities to customize and add more realistic details to every model.
Luckily, there are communities of fans who, like myself, are passionate about updating these partwork models to be more realistic and accurate to the real thing. Some of them will produce amazing custom modifications (mods) you can add to your RMS Titanic to give it more accuracy and detail.
Some mods will be very affordable and others are quite expensive. It is totally up to you which ones to install. Every build is going to be slightly different no matter what, so do what you want!
On that note, here will be is a list of the mods I have chosen for my build. Details on and where to get each mod can be found on their individual pages.
My Custom Mods
|Repainting the Forecastle parts||1, 8, 9|
|Painting the Model Modz Pack 1 parts||1|
|Repainting the Hull's anti-fouling||2, 4, 5, 6, 10, 13, 15, 21|
|Repainting the Engine Columns/Base||3, 27, 28, 30|
|Chroming the Engine Rods||3, 5, 6, 27|
|Repainting the Engine Crankshaft Cog||3, 29|
|Repainting Other Engine Parts||5, 29, 31, 32, 33, 34, 36|
|Repainting the Funnels/Details||11, 17, 19|
|Repainting the Forward Well Deck parts||12, 13|
|Blacking Out/Adding Details on the Officer's Quarters||14, 16, 20|
|Detailing the Dome over the Grand Staircase||18|
|Painting the Wooden Skylights||20|
|Adding Light Reflecting Surfaces||20|
|Securing the Funnel Water Pipes||20, 22|
|Painting the lower Well Deck walls||21, 24, 25|
|Repainting the Rectangular Windows||22|
|Adding Frosted 'Glass' to the Windows||Dedicated Page|
|Painting the Deck Ladder steps||25|
|Painting the engine Thrust Blocks||26, 34|
From Model Modz:
|Direct Product Link||Used in Issue(s)|
|PACK 1 Mod||1|