🇺🇸 COBI USS Iowa 4 in 1 Set (Select Version)

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The COBI USS Iowa 4 in 1 Set (4836) features highly 2,665 detailed brick parts and colorful, easy to read detailed instructions.  The Cobi Iowa class set includes the parts needed to build the Iowa, New Jersey, Missouri and Wisconsin versions (One at a time obviously). The COBI Missouri Executive and Standard Edition set parts all work perfectly with LEGO and you will be impressed with the quality of COBI sets.

The COBI USS IOWA/Missouri is available in two versions:

  • Executive (executive comes with parts to make four different versions see bellow for list)
  • Standard (Standard edition comes with parts to make the USS Missouri)

 

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COBI USS Iowa 4 in 1 Set (Select Version)

The COBI USS Iowa 4 in 1 Set (4836) features highly 2,665 detailed brick parts and colorful, easy to read detailed instructions.  The Cobi Iowa class set includes the parts needed to build the Iowa, New Jersey, Missouri and Wisconsin versions (One at a time obviously). The COBI Iowa Executive and Missouri Standard Edition set parts all work perfectly with LEGO and you will be impressed with the quality of COBI sets.

The COBI USS IOWA/Missouri is available in two versions:

  • Executive (executive comes with parts to make four different versions see bellow for list)
  • Standard (Standard edition comes with parts to make the USS Missouri)

Don’t forget to check out the COBI USS Arizona & Pennsylvania set here.

Also available in the COBI Missouri Standard edition (select version above)

The COBI USS Missouri (4837) standard edition comes with 2,640 lego compatible parts but doesn’t come with the placards and parts to make all the cobi historical collection battleship uss iowa ships.

Both the cobi battleship uss iowa sets are 1:300 scale and feature pad printing.

The COBI Iowa Class Executive Edition features the placards and necessary parts to build one of four variations of the following:

    • USS IOWA (BB-61)
    • USS New Jersey (BB-62)
    • USS Missouri (BB-63)
    • USS Wisconsin (BB-64)

COBI USS Iowa History:

USS Iowa (BB-61) is a retired battleship, the lead ship of her class, and the fourth in the United States Navy to be named after the state of Iowa. Owing to the cancellation of the Montana-class battleships, Iowa is the last lead ship of any class of United States battleships and was the only ship of her class to have served in the Atlantic Ocean during World War II.

During World War II, she carried President Franklin D. Roosevelt across the Atlantic to Mers El Kébir, Algeria, en route to a meeting of vital importance in 1943 in Tehran with Prime Minister Winston Churchill of Britain and Joseph Stalin, leader of the Soviet Union. When transferred to the Pacific Fleet in 1944, Iowa shelled beachheads at Kwajalein and Eniwetok in advance of Allied amphibious landings and screened aircraft carriers operating in the Marshall Islands. She also served as the Third Fleet flagship, flying Admiral William F. Halsey’s flag at the Japanese surrender in Tokyo Bay. During the Korean War, Iowa was involved in raids on the North Korean coast, after which she was decommissioned into the United States Navy reserve fleets, better known as the “mothball fleet.” She was reactivated in 1984 as part of the 600-ship Navy plan and operated in both the Atlantic and Pacific Fleets to counter the recently expanded Soviet Navy. In April 1989, an explosion of undetermined origin wrecked its No. 2 gun turret, killing 47 sailors.

Iowa was decommissioned for the last time in October 1990 after 19 total years of active service, and was initially stricken from the Naval Vessel Register (NVR) in 1995, before being reinstated from 1999 to 2006 to comply with federal laws that required retention and maintenance of two Iowa-class battleships. In 2011 Iowa was donated to the Los Angeles–based non-profit Pacific Battleship Center and was permanently moved to Berth 87 at the Port of Los Angeles in 2012, where she was opened to the public as the USS Iowa Museum.

Learn more about the real battleship that inspired the COBI USS Iowa here at Wikipedia.

Version

Executive Edition 4in1 (4836), Standard Edition Missouri (4837)

Color

Military Light Grey, Red

License

Historical (License Free)

Nation

USA

Scale

1/300th Scale

Set Type

COBI Ships

Series

COBI WWII Ships

Brand

COBI Blocks

14 reviews for 🇺🇸 COBI USS Iowa 4 in 1 Set (Select Version)

  1. Kim Berry (verified owner)

    Really excited to be able to add one of the Iowa class battleships to my collection. The new planes with this set also stand out with this model. Look forward to building more ships from Cobi.

  2. Hightower1545 (verified owner)

    An absolutely amazing set. Not only does the executive edition allow you to build one of the 4 Iowa Class battleships, but there’s subtle differences between them, like the square vs round raider array; little details they include so that the model is as accurate as can be. Looks great next to my Bismarck.

  3. Frederick Donikowski (verified owner)

    5 star set. Instructions good. Pay attention to color! Parts high grand. Clutch power very good. Was lacking 5 years ago. Buy the new sets. Battleship well designed. Very study! Thanks to Cobi. All pad prints too!

  4. Brandon (verified owner)

    Truly happy I finally have myself the Iowa-class set!! A big plus for being able to make all 4 ships if I want to as well! Probably the longest of the ship sets Cobi has right now, so you’ll want a large enough space to display it. Thank you WarBricks for being a reliable seller, will buy more soon enough!

  5. joshcadelina98 (verified owner)

    The Iowa class is so iconic, I had to buy ALL 4 to complete the entire class. The models are even bigger than the Bismarck and HMS Hood!

  6. Alex K (verified owner)

    The USS Iowa 4 in 1 is the one you want. This set is very good and relatively quick to build. I have mine built as Iowa. For the historical folks that can’t quite identify the camo scheme; from what I’ve researched this seems to be Measure 22. Overall probably my favorite COBI warship as of current.

  7. Jared Gibson (verified owner)

    Still a very good set, unfortunately Cobi still haven’t really fixed the turrets from the original Iowa set. You don’t really notice unless you look for it, though.

  8. Joshua R. Taylor (verified owner)

    Another win from Cobi and Warbricks! I got a great deal from warbricks on this set. The build itself was awesome. No missing pieces! I look forward to my next Cobi from Warbricks.

  9. HK (verified owner)

    Amazing set! You can make all 4 versions with Exec version. Highly recommended!!

  10. Kevin Johnson (verified owner)

    Haven’t started building this yet, but it’s massive, I believe the largest or one of the largest Cobi ship models. Can’t wait to start building.

  11. Manuel Rojas (verified owner)

    This massive ship was the third battleship I’ve done with Cobi. It was by far the best and most fun of any build yet. The essence of the Iowa class ships is in every detail. Highly recommended!!!

  12. Ryan G (verified owner)

    Over 3 feet long. Incredible hull shape. Really neat hidden area under the rear turret. Love it on the shelf. USA USA!

  13. Ken Weston (verified owner)

    Absolutely beautiful kit. And this thing is big. I built it up as the New Jersey to go with my Missouri. Warbricks staff is awesome and very helpful. I will continue to get my Cobi products from them.

  14. Ambarish Banerjee (verified owner)

    This is the best Cobi ship set. I particularly how narrow the bow of the ship is, captures the design very well. And it is 3 feet long. Anyway, my favorite ship.

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