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Cobi Battle of Arras (1940) Matilda II vs Panzer 38(t)

£70.00 GBP
This unique 1015 brick set is a block diorama, in co-operation with Cobi and the German Panzer Museum Munster.

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Description

This unique 1015 brick set is a block diorama, in co-operation with Cobi and the German Panzer Museum Munster. 

The Panzer 38(t), originally known as the ČKD LT vz. 38, was a Czechoslovak light tank produced until 1942. The Panzer 38(t) tank was developed in 1:35 scale based on a museum exhibit that can be admired at the German Panzer Museum Munster.

The Matilda II, on the other hand, is a famous British infantry tank that was used on various fronts throughout the entire period of World War II. This model has been carefully designed in 1:35 scale and its appearance directly refers to the Matilda II on display in The Tank Museum. 

The two models are a combination of famous tanks that fought during the French campaign of the Battle of Arras, 21 May 1940. It was then that Matilda II tanks had the opportunity to face German units equipped with, among others, Panzer 38(t) tanks. 

Both tank models have working caterpillar traction, and the tank towers are movable and can be rotated. 

The Battle of Arras completes the collection of vehicles released in 1:35 scale as part of the Historical Collection World War II.

  • 1/35 scale
  • 1015 building blocks. 
  • Age 8+

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Great Historical Set

Cobi did a good job with these detailed models. This was a fun set to build while watching The Tank Museum's video documentary on the Battle of Arras! Great educational content! I hope for more of these collaborations in the future.

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C.H.
FANTASTIC

Dispatched immediately, such brilliant sellers. I will always buy from The Tank Museum, such a great range of products. My son LOVES this set, great design .

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Malc

Nice set and I like supporting the Tank Museum

Cobi

Cobi Battle of Arras (1940) Matilda II vs Panzer 38(t)

£70.00 GBP

This unique 1015 brick set is a block diorama, in co-operation with Cobi and the German Panzer Museum Munster. 

The Panzer 38(t), originally known as the ČKD LT vz. 38, was a Czechoslovak light tank produced until 1942. The Panzer 38(t) tank was developed in 1:35 scale based on a museum exhibit that can be admired at the German Panzer Museum Munster.

The Matilda II, on the other hand, is a famous British infantry tank that was used on various fronts throughout the entire period of World War II. This model has been carefully designed in 1:35 scale and its appearance directly refers to the Matilda II on display in The Tank Museum. 

The two models are a combination of famous tanks that fought during the French campaign of the Battle of Arras, 21 May 1940. It was then that Matilda II tanks had the opportunity to face German units equipped with, among others, Panzer 38(t) tanks. 

Both tank models have working caterpillar traction, and the tank towers are movable and can be rotated. 

The Battle of Arras completes the collection of vehicles released in 1:35 scale as part of the Historical Collection World War II.

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