Cobi Tiger 131 Tank Set (2556)

(2 customer reviews)

$79.99

The Cobi Tiger 131 Tank Set features 850 highly detailed parts and colorful easy to read instructions.  The Cobi Tiger 131 parts all work with other well known brands and you will be surprised at the great quality and detail of the set.  The set includes two figures and the all markings are pad printed so stickers are not necessary.

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Cobi Tiger 131 Brick Set (Updated Version for 2021/2022)

The Cobi Tiger 131 Tank Set (2556) (new version for Winter 2021/2022)  features 850 highly detailed parts and colorful easy to read instructions.  The COBI VI Tiger 131 Set parts all work with other well known brands and you will be surprised at the great quality and detail of the set.  The set includes two figures and the all markings are pad printed so stickers are not necessary.

Both Military Brick collectors and World war history buffs will appreciate this COBI Tiger VI Set. It also makes a great history teaching tool for young and old minds alike.

This COBI PZKPFW VI Tiger works great with the COBI Tiger VI AUSF E Set and Cobi Sherman Jumbo Tank Set.

About the Real Tiger 131:

Tiger 131 is a German Tiger I heavy tank captured by the British 48th Royal Tank Regiment in Tunisia during World War II. Preserved at The Tank Museum in Bovington, England, it is the only operating Tiger I in the world.

Known to the Allies as a Tiger I, the German model designation was a Panzerkampfwagen VI, Tiger I (H1), Sd.Kfz. 181. It was built in Kassel, Germany with the hull being constructed by Henschel while the turret was made by Wegmann A. The tank was completed in January or February 1943 with the chassis number 250122. It was shipped to Tunisia between 12 March and 16 April 1943. The tank was assigned to No. 3 Platoon in No. 1 Company of the 504th Schwere Heerespanzerabteilung (German heavy tank battalion) in Tunisia during the North African Campaign bearing the turret number 131 by which it has come to be known. Learn more about the real tiger tank that inspired the Cobi Tiger 131 Set here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiger_131

About Cobi Brick Sets:

Cobi brick sets are compatible with all other top quality brick brands.  Cobi Bricks are made in Poland (European Union) and the sets are full of unique parts made just for adding realism to each set.  These sets may require more attention to build due to the numerous parts and “layered” approach that Cobi Brick sets use.  Cobi Brick sets come with super detailed and easy to use colored instructions.

Warbricks.com is a family owned small business! We stand behind all our products and want you to know that Cobi Bricks are compatible with other top quality building bricks.  We started Warbricks after we saw how much our own children loved playing with Cobi Tanks and airplanes.  We believe your family and loved ones will love them as well.

What to expect when you order:

Once your order is processed, you will receive an email with a tracking number that shows, on a map, where in the country your shipment is!  We always properly represent our inventory and if there is a problem or we make a mistake we will reach out and let you know ASAP!  We try to respond to all customer inquiries quickly but please remember that we are balancing work, school and family life!  You can contact us here or use the chat box on the screen.  We will always try to respond and address your concerns.

2 reviews for Cobi Tiger 131 Tank Set (2556)

  1. Jay Klaudt (verified owner)

    (Prior version review) Want an “AGGRESSIVE” looking Tank??…….Quality is definitely there on this build……All parts fit together well…….Definitely recommended!!!!!

  2. David M (verified owner)

    (Prior Version Review) After learning about the history of Tiger 131 during WW2, I had to buy this kit. For my kids???? NO! This one was for me. Seeing the high quality Cobi Block kits that my boys were building, I decided to add this kit to “our” collection. This really is a great kit and a lot of fun to build. Reminds me of my youth building plastic model kits. Thoroughly enjoyed it. I highly recommend building Tiger 131. I guess we’ll have to get a Sherman now…………..

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