Cobi Battleship USS Iowa (BB-61)/USS Missouri (BB-63)
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This new set from COBI is a 2-in-1 and allows for the construction of the USS Iowa (BB-61) or its twin unit The USS Missouri (BB-63). the USS Missouri (BB-63) is an American battleship Iowa class that is also known as "mighty MO" Or "big mo". This is the last battleship built by the United States. It was on board this ship, September 2, 1945, that the act of surrender by the empire of Japan was signed, officially ending world War II. The ship participated in many operations including the battle of iwo Jima and Okinawa, and in the Korean War. The construction of the USS Iowa (BB-61) was launched on June 27, 1940. They called him "the big stick" Whose term arose from statements by President Theodore Roosevelt: speak softly but carry a big stick. You will go far. Iowa is the last lead ship of any class of United States battleships and was the only ship of its class to have served in the Atlantic ocean during world War II. This new construction block model from COBI is faithfully produced in 1: 300 scale. With 2, 410 blocks It will be a welcoming challenge for all builders. It stands a noteworthy 91.5 cm (30") long and 20 cm (7.9") high. The fine details put into this set will ensure collectors of military or maritime models will love adding this to their collection. It features moving parts such as towers, artillery gun barrels, propellers and rudder. The kit is accompanied by a special exhibition stand with the name of the ship printed on a block plate. Model with COBI construction blocks in the scale of 1: 300 is a real challenge for all builders. The set consists of 2, 410 elements and helps to build the ship battleship USS Iowa (BB-61) or its twin unit battleship USS Missouri (BB-63). it has exactly 91.5 cm (30") long and 20 cm (7.9") high. This will be a unique decoration of each collection of history buffs, since maritime and military. It has moving parts such as towers and artillery gun barrels, propellers or the rudder. Estimated construction time model: about 8 hours.