The IS-2 heavy tank was used in the last years of World War II. Even if this model is no longer on sale, it is worth building up.
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The construction of this tank differs significantly from the other models. It has a permanently installed cannon without a turret and can be tilted to align the gun.
The Churchill I is the current conclusion of the WoT miniseries. Here, too, COBI has again achieved a respectable level of detail. The construction techniques, however, differ greatly from the other models.
COBI also hit the M4 Sherman from the miniseries very well. He doesn’t need to shy away from comparison with his big brother. You can tell immediately that it is a Sherman.
The next mini tank in this series is the Panzer III in the new dark gray. Here, too, COBI has achieved a good level of detail with just 286 parts.
The T-34 is the first in a series of 1:48 scale models. Despite the small size, some details have been included and you can clearly see which tank is to be represented.
Today there is something other than a pure model. With TANK WARS there is a strategy game from COBI that also contains a few small models to build.
With this model we take a little excursion into the 1st World War. The most famous and largest tank is probably not the small FT-17, but it had the greatest impact of any tank in the war.
The assault tank, referred to by the Allies as Brummbär, is currently the only COBI model that still has the side skirts. This article shows how fun to build and the quality of the slightly older model is.
The new Bismarck is available and brings some improvements. This review shows what has changed and whether it is worth switching from the old one.
This model is a real bummer when it comes to size. With a span of 66cm you need a little more space on the shelf.
Many have been waiting for this mortar. With 1500 parts and the dark gray you get a very nice, detailed model that is really not lacking in building fun.