Military model Operation Cobra 1944
After the success of Operation Overlord and the consolidation of bridgeheads on the beaches of Normandy, it was vital for the Allies to break through the German defenses to progress inland. Cobra was the code name of this offensive around Saint-Lô planned by General Bradley. The Operation Cobra began July 25, 1944 by intense aerial bombardments which were followed fierce fighting in the grove and the Norman towns and villages. After a few weeks of fighting, the German lines yielded paving the road to Brittany and Paris to the allies. This box will recreate a scene at 1/72 of this decisive episode of the 2nd War
In the box:
- 2 French Houses (2 modular elements)
- Paratroopers Germans (32 figures)
- 1 Panther Ausf.G
- 1 Halftrack Sd.Kfz.251 / 1
- US Infantrymen (32 figures)
- 1 Sherman M4A3 76mm < br /> - 1 M3 Halftrack US
House and assemble vehicles
Figurines, vehicles and unpainted houses
Base not supplied additional decorations.
The 1:72 scale is ideal for model planes, military models and figurines. This means that the model is 72 times smaller than the actual object. For example, a model 1:72 scale airplane measures8 inches / 20cm in length if the real object measures 14.4 m (1440 cm). The figurines in the 1:72 scale measure about 1 inch / 2.5cm high.Type of product :
Military model kit
To build a military model plastic, you'll need a few materials:
- a cutter or cutting pliers
- and model glue.
You can also paint the model with brushes(acrylic or enamel).
The model consists of different parts to cut and assemble.
Construction time will vary depending on the number of parts.
An instruction manual is provided for you inside the box.Paint and glue :
To be bought separately
The tools, paints and glue are not provided. You can see our selection with the essential glues and paints
or the full range
To learn more about size and scale, click here.Reference :
6116Other tags :
IT6116 - IT6116 - ITAL6116 - ITAL6116 - I6116 - I6116 - 6116