North American B-25B Mitchell - medium bomber
North American B-25 Mitchell was a medium American bomber from World War II. It was designed in 1939 and flown the following year. Structurally, it is a twin-engine medium wing with a three-point chassis, a double rudder and a wide hull.
It was the first bomber aircraft that could take off from an aircraft carrier after modifications. The most famous B-25 combat operation during World War II was Lt. Col. Doolittle's rally to the Japanese islands in April 1942. A squadron of these aircraft raided Tokyo. Airplanes of this type were also delivered to the Soviet Union as part of Lend-Lease assistance.
Model from COBI construction blocks presents the American North American B-25 Mitchell bomber. The aircraft was faithfully reproduced using up to 725 blocks. The set does not contain stickers . The markings from the war period were made thanks to high-quality prints that do not wear off even during more intense play. The model is equipped with propellers and wheels that can be moved. COBI figures can be placed in the pilot's cabin and in the shooter's position.
The set includes a unique figurine depicting the character of lieutenant colonel James Harold Doolittle, who led the famous raid on the capital of Japan.
The B-25 Mitchell plane is a perfect gift for all aviation enthusiasts and slightly more advanced builders.
- 725 high quality components,
- manufactured in the EU by a company with over 20 years of tradition,
- meet safety standards for children's products,
- fully compatible with other brands of construction blocks,
- blocks with prints do not deform and do not fade during play or under the influence of temperature,
- clear and intuitive instruction based on drawings and icons,
- 2 figurines of pilots,
- moving parts.
Box dimensions (L x W x H): 45 x 7 x 32 cm