COBI- World War II - SUPERMARINE SPITFIRE MK.VB (335 Pieces)
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COBI-5725 Supermarine Spitfire Mk.VB Historical Collection WW II 342 Elements 1 Figure The Supermarine Spitfire is the most famous British fighter plane of the Second World War. Its design proved to be highly developable, which allows the hunter to be used throughout the war. Poland also used the Spitfire! The VB version produced since 1941 has been characterized by a stronger Royce-Rolls Merlin 45 engine, whose performance allowed to compete with the latest German knife mitts BF-109. The wings were equipped with 2 x 20 mm cannons and 4 x 7.7 mm machine guns. Such a machine flew among other things, the Polish AS Jan Zumbach from the squadron number 303. Use 342 COBI building blocks to build a Supermarine Spitfire VB fighter plane reproduced in a 1:32 scale model. The new structure reflects the forms of the historical model even better. New retractable wheels, a rotating propeller, movable rudder and a hinged cabin where you can place a pilot figure also make the model a toy. High quality prints reflect the very characteristic markings of Jan Zumbach's aircraft of the Polish RAF season. The set includes a figure with new elements inspired by the character of Polish AS. The aircraft can be displayed on a block base with a sign with printed model name. The set refers to the famous air battle around England is a must for fans of Polish and British aviation and history. Build block by block to feel the biggest air battle of all time! 342 high-quality components made in the EU by a company with over 20 years of tradition, the blocks meet the safety standards for products for children, fully compatible with clamping blocks from other brands, blocks with print do not deform or fade when playing or under temperature influence, clear and intuitive instructions based on drawings and symbols, figure inspired by famous pilot, historical markings, exhibition stand, a Block with the name of the Aeroplane.