The WC 54 is 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. The vehicles remained in use during the Korean War despite the emergence of a successor in the form of WC 64. It happened that in European countries WC 54 was still in service in the 1960s.
From a set of 293 COBI construction blocks, you will build a classic American military ambulance WC 54 in a 1:35 scale model. It is undoubtedly one of the most successful kits released in 2021 by COBI. All graphic details are compositions made of blocks and high-quality prints that do not wear off even during intensive use. The design of the vehicle uniquely reflects the original shapes of its historical prototype. The model continues the series of vintage cars, which were created with the use of specially designed elements. The set includes great multi-piece fenders, a block imitating a radiator, a windshield with printed wipers and many other useful elements. The car is easy to build and modifiable. More experienced builders will easily use the available elements to create other versions of cars or trucks! The set includes a figure of a paramedic with a great 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 beautiful ambulance is a great gift idea, 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 Polish COBI building blocks. Build a story, block by block!
• 293 high-quality components
• Produced in the EU by a company with over 20 years of tradition
• Meets the safety standards for products for children
• Fully compatible with other brands of construction blocks
• Blocks with prints do not scratch or smear and do not fade during play or under the influence of temperature
• Car model
• 1 figure of a paramedic with a stretcher
Model dimensions (L x H): 16 cm (6.3 “) x 7 cm (2.8”)