COBI - Mitsubishi Zero
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The Mitsubishi A6M5 is one of the best fighters in world war II. The machine was characterized by high speed and manoeuvrability. These characteristics were achieved at the expense of armour and self-sealing fuel tanks. The Zero was armed with two 20 mm guns and two 77 mm machine guns synchronized with the propeller. The aircraft could also take two bombs weighing 30 or 60 kg. In the case of kamikaze suicide missions, the aircraft could take two bombs weighing 250 kg. It was not installed from an additional fuel tank at that time.
Throughout the war, Mitsubishi were on-board fighters of the Japanese navy. At the end of the war, the planes were used in kamikaze formations.

From the world of COBI comes the fantastic model of The Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero and contains 280 bricks and one pilot figure.

The aircraft has a movable propeller and ailerons. Its rotating wheels with rubber tyres can be retracted from the chassis in a take-off or landing position. The cabin can be opened to put the pilot figure at the controls. The aircraft utilises printed block rather than stickers.

A special stand is also included to enhance the model's exposure and aircraft nameplate.

  • 280 high-quality components
  • Fully compatible with other design brick brands,
  • printed blocks do not deform and do not fade during play or under the influence of temperature,
  • 100% print, no stickers,
  • clear and intuitive instruction based on drawings and icons,
  • special display stand,
  • 1 pilot figurine,

Model dimensions (length x width x height): 26 cm (10.24") x 35 cm (13.78") x 12.5 cm (4.92")

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COBI - Mitsubishi Zero

COBI Building Block Mitsubishi Zero detailed model aircraft
NZ $79.00
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