QuanGuan is a newcomer to this blog and as the first set we look at one of the most built vehicles by the Soviets in World War II, the SU-76. How does it perform qualitatively?
The soldiers called this plane the warthog because it was so ugly. The new model is, however, quite handsome and very stable.
Far Eastern tanks are far less known in this country. Thanks to its interior and 1600 components, the Type 99 is no less interesting than western tank models.
CADA has made one of the most famous vehicles of the US Army and developed a model under license. This can also be motorized at a later date.
Even if this model is a bit older, it is very nicely implemented, fully printed and extremely stable. Just as you are used to from COBI.
The B model of this set is no less interesting than the A model, the M1A2 Abrams. In order to use as many parts of the tank as possible, it was equipped with chains instead of tires.
The mixture of bomber and fighter offers a little longer building fun than the small fighter planes from COBI. There is (almost) nothing to complain about in terms of quality.
You probably can’t go wrong with one of the most famous WWII armored vehicles. We’ll take a closer look at this assembly video to see if that’s really the case.
Many have been waiting for this model. The result is a successful and stable implementation of a modern combat aircraft made of bricks.
The German aircraft carrier, which only appeared last year, has received a revision. We build the new version and of course look at the differences.
The basis of this model is the current Panzer IV from COBI, but it is a rather unusual variant of this tank with a focus on air defense.
COBI caught the Shermania and released another 1:48 scale Sherman. However, it only differs in very few parts from its predecessor.