During D-Day and for many years after that, the C-47 played a major role. It is also available as a civilian model, but of course we are building the military version here.
With this set, COBI has brought another half-track vehicle onto the market. To a large extent, the construction is identical to the M3 GMC, but of course there are also differences.
For a change, there is no tank today, even if we cannot do without tracks entirely with this model. The structure also differs significantly from other models.
CaDA can also do tanks, as you can see on this new model. With 1722 components you have a long time building fun and the T-90 can also be motorized.
A new version of the King Tiger was released parallel to the old one and it is bursting with details. I’m building the limited edition here and showing the additional parts of this set.
With the Scharnhorst, COBI brings another German battleship onto the market, which despite its smaller size contains more parts than the Bismarck. This has a noticeable effect on the level of detail.
The new Tiger I comes in the chic dark gray that many fans have wished for. The Limited Edition includes the identical tank from the Standard Edition and 4 additional figures as well as various small parts.
This ship is currently the longest battleship in the COBI range. In the end we have the choice of whether we want to put the IOWA or the MISSOURI on the shelf. Of course I built both.
To mark the 10th anniversary of the popular game World of Tanks, COBI and Wargaming have released a very special version of the IS-7. The details were definitely not skimpy here.
Modern aircraft are no less popular than historical models. With this set, COBI has brought a current fighter plane onto the market that is definitely something to be proud of.
As one of the most important aircraft in World War II, the P-51 should of course not be missing. In this case, we build a very special variant that is produced under license.