- 340 bricks
- 1:48 scale
- Bodywork with pad printing
- Easy-to-follow instruction manual
- Compatible with other leading brands of construction blocks
- Model dimensions (L x W x H): 17cm x 8.5cm x 7cm
Tiger 131 is a German Tiger I heavy tank captured by the British 48th Royal Tank Regiment in Tunisia during World War II. Preserved at The Tank Museum in Bovington in Dorset, England, it is currently the only operating Tiger I in the world.
With 340 elements, the COBI Tiger 131 brick tank model is faithfully reproduced in 1:48 scale. It features high-quality, long-lasting prints as well as movable parts, including the turret, gun barrel, wheels, and tracks. The inclusion of the Tiger 131 brick model completes COBI's collection of 1:48 scale miniature tanks. These tanks are perfect for military enthusiasts of all ages who appreciate history and building block construction. Start your collection today and enjoy all the fun this hobby has to offer!
The Panzerkampfwagen VI, known as the Tiger, was a German heavy tank during WWII. Its distinctive shape remains recognizable worldwide, earning it legendary status in historical records and popular culture. The initial Tiger tanks were deployed near Leningrad and Tunisia in August/September 1942. Designed and manufactured by Henschel, these tanks were highly advanced and efficient. However, their production required substantial resources and time. The Tiger I and Tiger II tanks made a significant impact on the course of the war. Infamous for spreading terror, these tanks destroyed over 10,300 Allied tanks and 11,380 guns while suffering minimal losses of only 1,725.
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