Kawasaki KI-61 - I Hien (Tony) brick plane model - COBI 5740 - 324 bricks

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Model Spec.
    • 324 bricks
    • 1:32 scale
    • 1 figure
    • Model dimensions (L x W x H): 29 cm (11.41") x 38.5 cm (15.15") x 11 cm (4.33")
    • Bodywork with pad printing
    • Block with printed name of the plane
    • Easy-to-follow instruction manual
    • Compatible with other leading brands of construction blocks


The Kawasaki KI-61 plane has been meticulously recreated by COBI in an impressive 1:32 scale brick plane set, featuring newly designed elements. The model boasts a variety of movable components, including a rotating propeller, movable wing ailerons, and rubber-tired wheels that can be folded into a horizontal position. The aircraft's details and historical colours have been faithfully replicated. The cockpit can be opened, allowing for the placement of a pilot figure adorned with a distinctive headscarf.

Displaying the set is made even more striking with a dedicated stand and nameplate showcasing the aircraft's name. With durable prints and accurate historical markings, this model is a valuable addition to any collection of Second World War aircraft, appealing to history enthusiasts, military vehicle aficionados, and fans of building top-quality brick model sets.


The KAWASAKI KI-61, also known as the "Flying Swallow," was a Japanese fighter aircraft during World War II. Initially mistaken by the Americans as an Italian design, they nicknamed it "Tony," hinting at its alleged Italian origins. Officially designated as the Army Fighter Model 3 in Japan, over 3,000 units were produced. It first encountered U.S. airmen during the Doolittle Raid on April 18, 1942, over Yokohama Harbour.



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