With the AU-1, COBI has released a special variant that was developed for the Korean War. How does the model differ from the F4U from WWII?
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Modern tanks are just as popular as their historical counterparts. With the M1A2, KAZI is launching a terminal block set with one of the most modern battle tanks in the world.
COBI has launched another model with a Top Gun license. With the F-14A and the two pilots “Goose” and “Maverick”, fans of the cult film can also enter the world of terminal blocks.
After various American bombers, COBI brings a German version back onto the market. Like all new models, this is also fully printed.
We have already built the Ausf. J with a long gun and now it’s the turn of the Ausf. E. The differences are only marginal and I compare both models with each other.
As one of the most modern tanks in the world, the Leopard 2 is a popular model that has been implemented by several brick manufacturers. How is the new version of Panlos doing?
The 1:48 scale from COBI is enjoying increasing popularity and with this model, the Churchill I is getting a successor, which is also a bit larger in the model.
With this version of the Panzer VIII Maus you can’t really complain about the lack of an interior. In addition, it is completely and abundantly printed on the inside and outside.
Even if there have been very few vehicles of this type, they were so huge that they deserved a model of their own. The structure differs significantly from the normal tiger.
If you are into technic bricks, you will miss out on the usual models. The Chinese HJ-10, on the other hand, consists almost exclusively of technic components and closes this gap in the field of military vehicles.
After countless Shermans, COBI also updated one of the other US tanks. With 590 parts, there is not only room for authentic shapes, but also some details.
The upgrade of the Messerschmitt Bf 110 is available and brings us beautiful large-scale prints. You can see what else has changed in this article and the video.