For the first time ever, COBI offers the most modern French fighter aircraft of the Second World War. The Dewoitine D.520 was designed and built in 1938 at the Société nationale des constructions aéronautiques du Midi. The Dewoitine D.520 was a single-seat all-metal low-wing fighter aircraft. The production of the aircraft was not interrupted by the surrender of France in 1940. Later copies were made for the needs of the Vichy government, the Air Force and the Italian, Bulgarian and Romanian armies. Polish pilots defending France were equipped with 26 aircraft of this type during the German invasion in 1940. A total of about 755 fighter jets were produced. The design proved to be so good that the aircraft remained in service after the war until 1953.
From 283 COBI blocks, you can build a Dewoitine D.520 fighter aircraft that is faithfully reproduced in 1:32 scale. Historical camouflage and markings were modeled with high quality pad-prints that do not wear out. The model is equipped with movable elements such as propellers, ailerons, a cabin to be opened and folding wheels. The set contains a figure of a French pilot with an oxygen mask. The whole set is rounded off by a black presentation stand with a sign with the name of the model.
The aircraft perfectly complements the historic COBI collection and is the perfect set for aviation and history buffs. Thanks to the presentation stand, the model looks beautiful both in the room of a young builder and in the office of an adult building block fan.
- 283 high-quality construction blocks,
- manufactured in the EU by a company with an over 20 years of tradition of producing quality construction blocks,
- meets or exceeds all safety standards for children’s products,
- fully compatible with other brands of building blocks,
- pad-printed decorations and markings. No stickers!
- clear and intuitive instruction manual based on drawings and symbols,
- a block stand for the aircraft,
- a plate with the name of the set,
- pilot figure with oxygen mask.
Model: (W x B x H): 27.5 cm (10.8″) x 33 cm (13″) 8 cm (3.1″).