- Cobi Small Army WW2 Historical Collection
- Block replica of Tiger #131 from "The Tank Museum" Bovington, England
- 550 piece kit
- 2 figures – The Tank Museum workers
- Bodywork with pad printing
- Completed Dimensions: 11.8” L x 4.7” W x 4.3” H
- Box Dimensions: 19.5" L x 11.9" W x 2.6" H
- Compatible with leading block and brick brands
- Recommended for 7 years and above.
Development of the Tiger I was started in 1937 by the Henschel company. Mass production began in 1942, with an eventual total of 1,354 vehicles manufactured. The tank first saw combat in the fighting for Leningrad, and Tigers were at the forefront of battles from Tunisia to Kursk. Although production was discontinued in the summer of 1944, the Tiger I continued to see action until the end of the World War II.
This Cobi block model kit Tiger I #131 tank is based on the tank which is preserved at The Tank Museum in Bovington, England. It is the only operating Tiger tank in the world. This COBI set includes 550 pcs and 2 figures of museum workers equipped with special repairing tools and dressed in uniforms with museum logo. This model has tampo-printed marks reflecting ones existing on the real model. This COBI block tank is equipped with movable parts such as caterpillars, a turret and many others. The packaging includes photos of the real tank and the main historical data of the tank. Also included are some basic information about its features such as place of origin, weight, speed, etc.
Reinforce your troops with the COBI Small Army WWII collection of tanks, planes, military trucks and more! Create your own army with COBI blocks.
This item is a great addition to the extended Small Army collection!