[Editor's Note: While, among her contemporary USN BBs Arkansas was not particularly close to Arizona - nor, indeed, Revell's mold of the latter particularly the best foundation from which to build her - still, such a kitbash is do-able (see "Responses", below) and is included here.]
Of the WWI-vintage, USN "Old" Battleships to see action during WWII, perhaps the most unsung - both historically and in modelling depictions - has been USS Arkansas:
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Clearly then, Arkansas is the USN's most emblematic example of such historic, dreadnought-type battlewagons. Indeed, Arkansas and her ilk were the only ones to demonstrate any real utility remaining in the Big Gun - for amphibious fire-support, at which they apparently excelled - during WWII. Accordingly, the above neglect of Arkansas is wholely undeserved - particularly as compared with the recognition - indeed, even historical preservation - afforded to her contemporary, USS Texas. Fact is - except for the Cassablanca/TORCH engagements - Arkansas served right alongside Texas at the war's other three, most historic amphibious fire-support operations: D-Day (as fitted above), Iwo Jima and Okinawa. And at the landings in Southern France, as well.
This thread will help rectify the above attention deficiency - not to mention take a good look at a ship, very interesting in her own right, and options to model her - for which I invite one and all to browse, to ponder, and to contribute as you may desire!