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Cobi Tiger 131 Tank Museum Exclusive
Cobi Tiger 131 Tank Museum Exclusive
Cobi Tiger 131 Tank Museum Exclusive
Cobi Tiger 131 Tank Museum Exclusive
Cobi Tiger 131 Tank Museum Exclusive
Cobi Tiger 131 Tank Museum Exclusive
Cobi Tiger 131 Tank Museum Exclusive
Cobi Tiger 131 Tank Museum Exclusive
Cobi Tiger 131 Tank Museum Exclusive
Cobi Tiger 131 Tank Museum Exclusive
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At last, the Tiger 131 Cobi model gets a spectacular upgrade! With 846 Cobi pieces this is a superior revised version of their best selling kit. We have a limited edition Tank Museum exclusive version with our own David Fletcher figure and Tiger 131 sign. 1:28 scale.

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At last, the Tiger 131 Cobi model gets a spectacular upgrade! With 846 Cobi pieces this is a superior revised version of their best selling kit. We have a limited edition Tank Museum version with our own David Fletcher figure and Tiger 131 sign.

Tiger 131 was captured in Tunisia, April 1943, and was the first in-tact Tiger I to fall into Allied hands. Now a major exhibit at The Tank Museum, it is the world's only running Tiger I.

Compatible with other brands of building blocks, this is a stunning gift for all lovers of tanks, military history and Tiger 131 fanatics. Every purchase of this amazing model helps The Tank Museum to preserve Tiger 131 and ensure that this important piece of military history remains a working attraction for generations.

1/28 scale, 846 building blocks. 

Not suitable for 0-3 year olds. Cobi is a standard building system from the Cobi Group and should not be confused with other building block properties including mini figures.

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C.D.
Tiger

Fantastic set. We brought this as a birthday present for a close friend and he loved it. Having built the kit ourselves we gave him advice with the instructions and the end result is amazing.

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c.
Tigger

Very enjoyable.
There are errors in the instruction booklet though. The correct parts are included but you have to improvise a bit to get the desired effect.
For me that made it a little more interesting.

As mentioned by others don't expect one bag for each step, Cobi doesn't do that :)

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I.M.
A vast improvement amazing model

I built the previous incarnation of this model which was a great model but had a few little issues like the instructions in some places were a bit vague but not hard to work out and having hatches that didn’t shut fully but all in all a solid item.

The NEW 840+ Piece version of Tiger 131 I will start by saying this is a beast of a model and far more accurate than it’s predecessor and fixes any niggles the model is fairly complicated but if you take time and read the manual only niggle is the 3 bags of bits are mixed up too much but it’s great if you take your time.

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D.H.
Great kit!

I've had my eye on this one for a while now and decided to pull the trigger on it. The tracks work great, the detail is spot on and of course it comes with a mini David Fletcher. Worth it.

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C.P.
Great item, fun!

Ummm you get David Fletcher!!! Dare I say more!