- Great War Historical Collection
- 837 high quality pieces
- 1/35 scale
- 1 tank commander figure
- Bodywork with pad printing
- Completed Dimensions 9.0” L x 3.5” W x 3.5” H
- Box dimensions: 17.6 x 11.9 x 2.3
- Compatible with leading block and brick brands
- Recommended for 9 years and above
The British Mark V tank (male version) was produced in 1918 at the end of the First World War. The tank was equipped with two 57mm cannons and five machine guns operated by a crew of eight. The Mark V traveled at a dizzying speed of 7.4 km/h and could cover a distance of 65 km on the road! These tanks took part in the clashes at Gomel, Amiens and on the Hindenburg line on the Western Front.
To this day the museum specimen from The Tank Museum in Bovington (Great Britain), numbered 9199, remains in operation. It was this specimen with documented combat history that served as the prototype for the COBI block model.
A carefully reproduced model of the MARK V (Male) tank, number 9199, consists of 837 COBI construction blocks and measures 29 cm in length. Thanks to the modeling scale of 1:35 the model fits COBI figures and other vehicles released in this scale. The tank is equipped with working track traction, rotating cannons and opening hatches. Markings and emblems are made of colored blocks and permanent prints that do not wear off even during intense play. The set includes a figure of a tank commander and a plate with the name of the set and the logo of The Tank Museum.
Mark V is a must for history enthusiasts, armored weapons fans and a beautiful model for any collection dedicated to the Great War. Build history, piece by piece!