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Tanks and vehicles WW2

COBI-2545
The unique Limited Edition Panzerkampfwagen IV Ausf. G in Deutsches Afrikakorps (DAK) markings contains 5 minifigures of soldiers, a brick palm tree with a piece of substrate and two pieces of brick barbed wire. This extensive set comes with a laser-etched black plate with the individual...
62.83 €
COBI-2528
From the world of COBI comes a model of the German Sturmpanzer II self-propelled gun which was used during the warfare in North Africa. This kit from COBI has been designed with the greatest attention to detail. Using high quality prints rather than stickers this model will really please those...
39.97 €
COBI-2542
The T-34-85 was a Soviet medium tank produced between 1941 and 1958. During World War II it was the primary vehicle of Soviet armored forces. Due to its great simplicity it was very easy to manufacture, use and repair. Many historians believe that the T-34-85 was instrumental in the Allied...
51.40 €
COBI-2400
The Ford GP is a world war II-based passenger car produced in a small series at the Ford Motor Company, the predecessor of the standard Jeep. From the world of COBI comes a fantastic model of this vehicle. The characteristic shapes of the historic vehicle have been faithfully mapped using...
14.26 €
COBI-2401
The Kettenkrad is one of the most unusual vehicles of the Second World War. It resembled a combination of a motorcycle and a tracked vehicle. The construction was so successful that even allied troops used captured units of this vehicle. The Kettenkrad was designed in the late 1930s. In 1941, it...
17.11 €
COBI-2541
The SU-100 was a Soviet SPG commissioned in 1944. The genesis of this model involved the need to strengthen self-propelled artillery at the end of the war. The newly constructed D10 - 100 mm cannon was mounted on the slightly modified hull of the popular SU-85. In the period 1944-46, about 4,500...
51.40 €
COBI-2703
Panzer VI, or the legendary Tiger, is a German heavy tank from World War II. Its characteristic body is still recognizable all over the world. The vehicle itself has become legend and is still present not only in historical materials but also in pop culture. The first units of the Tiger were...
22.83 €
COBI-2706
The T-34/76 was a basic medium tank that has been the backbone of Soviet armored forces since 1941. Due to its great simplicity it was very easy to manufacture, use and repair. It was characterized by very good armor, armament and mobility. Many historians believe that the T-34 tank was...
22.83 €
COBI-2707
The Panzer III was a basic German medium tank from World War II. Produced between 1937 and 1943, it was the most commonly produced German model. Over the years the caliber of the gun had been changed many times, starting from 37 mm to 75 mm. Ausf. version E was characterized by 30 mm of armor on...
22.83 €
COBI-2709
The A22 Churchill MK. II (CS) was a British heavy infantry-support tank of World War II. It is also known as Churchill II, armed with a cannon in the hull and a howitzer in the turret - which was its hallmark. Few units were produced but Churchill tanks in many variants became one of the most...
22.83 €
COBI-2540
Panzerkampfwagen VI Ausf. B Tiger II (Sd.Kfz.182), commonly referred to as the Königstiger, or "Royal Tiger," although the translation "Bengal Tiger" is also widely accepted. It was a German heavy tank, the largest and heaviest tank used in combat during World War II. Production problems caused by...
85.69 €
COBI-2529
The history of the armoured gun Sturmgeschutz III (Stug III) dates back to 1935, when the first design works began. In 1937 the first prototypes were made. Stug III became a cheap and effective weapon, among others thanks to using a ready-made chassis from a Panzer III tank. The vehicles were...
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