The 1942 WC 54 Ambulance was a light truck developed during World War II. It was produced in the years 1942-1945 and was often used as a military ambulance in the US Army.
293 blocks, pad-printed decorations. No stickers 1 paramedic figurine with stretcher Model dimensions ( L x H ): 16 cm (6.3") x 7 cm (2.8")
The vehicles remained in use during the Korean War despite the emergence of a successor in the form of the WC 64. The WC 54 was still utilized in European countries through the 1960’s. From a set of 293 COBI construction blocks, you can build a classic American military ambulance WC 54 in 1:35 scale. This is one of COBI’s most anticipated sets of 2021. he design of the vehicle uniquely reflects the original shapes of its historical prototype. The set includes multi-piece fenders, a block imitating a radiator, a windshield with printed wipers and many other useful elements. The set includes a figure of a paramedic with a new print on the helmet. The equipment also includes a newly designed stretcher, which now fits even better with military sets. The set is completed with a brick with the printed name of the vehicle. This new set from COBI makes a great gift, regardless of the age of the recipient. It will satisfy adult collectors, automotive enthusiasts and younger history enthusiasts. It is also a great start to the adventure with COBI building blocks.
My Nephew enjoyed the COBI truck and adds to his significant collection already got from you. He, now aged 7, has learnt a lot of patience and construction techniques building these models over the mast year.. The torch and compass will be used on his country walks with his mum and dog.
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