- 568 bricks
- 1 pilot figure
- Model dimensions (length x width x height): 36 cm x 30 cm x 11 cm
- 1:32 scale
- 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 COBI MIG-17 brick model, meticulously crafted at a 1:32 scale, comprises 568 bricks. All markings, emblems, and inscriptions on the model are printed to ensure durability. The set includes movable elements like wheels and an opening cabin where you can place a pilot figure. The camouflage pattern, faithfully reproduced using bricks, adds to the model's striking appearance. The set also features a display stand with a nameplate indicating the set's name and nationality.
Clear and intuitive instructions with detailed illustrations make the construction process simple and enjoyable. This plane is an absolute must-have for aviation enthusiasts and fans of military history and brick construction kits . It perfectly complements collections related to the Armed Forces, Vietnam War, Cold War, and Korean War. In this series, COBI has also released other notable models, including the Polish LIM-1 and LIM-5 planes, the Soviet MIG-15, the Czechoslovakian S-102, and a MIG-17 representing Vietnam, East Germany, and the USSR. It's worth noting that the entire brick set was manufactured in Poland, within the European Union.
The MIG-17, a Soviet-made fighter plane, achieved widespread recognition as one of the iconic symbols of the "Cold War" era, serving in the air forces of 40 countries worldwide. The aircraft was initially built in 1949, quickly followed by mass production. It featured a single-seat, single-engine design with a medium wing and an all-metal duralumin structure. One of its distinguishing characteristics was the angled wings with three air stream deflectors on each side. At the front of the plane, there was an air inlet to the engine divided into two channels by a vertical partition. The pilot's cabin was airtight and included a retractable seat. The rear housed a single turbojet engine. Its permanent armament consisted of two 23mm NR-23 air cannons with 80 rounds each and one 37mm N-37D with 40 rounds. Additionally, the plane had the capacity to carry interchangeable bombs or additional fuel tanks. This highly popular and successful design underwent numerous developmental versions. In Poland, the MIG-17 was also produced under the name LIM-5 from 1956 onward.
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