- WW2 Historical Collection
- 452 high quality blocks
- 1 pilot figure
- Bodywork with pad printing
- Completed Dimensions: 12.2” L x 16.5” Wingspan x 3.5” H
- Box Dimensions: 15.75” L X 11.0” W x 2.4” H
- Compatible with leading block and brick brands
- Recommended for 10 years and above.
The De Havilland Mosquito is a British twin-engine, two-seater military aircraft from the Second World War that has been in service since 1941. It was produced in various versions and quickly became a universal machine capable of long flights. Recognized as one of the most successful fighter-bomber aircraft used during World War II. Hailed by RAF pilots as a wooden miracle. Although the mosquito was a modern machine, the building material was mainly spruce wood, plywood and balsa, covered with canvas!
Not a wooden, but a brick miracle from COBI consists of 452 blocks. The model has many moving elements, such as rotating wheels with rubber tires, moving propellers and ailerons. In the cabin we can put the figure of the pilot and the head imitating the co-pilot! The brick model was produced in painting, a historical copy with its own name "Black Rufe". The blocks have been covered with high-quality prints that do not wear out even during intensive use. This is a great model for all aviation enthusiasts. Thanks to the faithfully reproduced proportions and details of the aircraft, the model will be perfect as a decoration of any collection of young and adult enthusiasts of history and aviation. The whole set is complemented by an aerial bomb and a block with the model name.