Panzerjäger Tiger (P) Ferdinand - Limited Edition

Panzerjäger Tiger (P) Ferdinand - Limited Edition

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99.90 EUR
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Catalog number: COBI-2581
  • Length 28.5 cm / 11.2″
  • Width 12,5 cm / 4.9″
  • Height 14 cm / 5.5″
  • Number of blocks 1416
  • Number of figurines 3
  • Age group 10+

The first version of the German heavy tank destroyer was named Ferdinand after its designer Ferdinand Porsche. The block model of this very famous vehicle from the Second World War was designed in a scale of 1:28 using 1,416 elements and is an impressive 28.5cm long. The functionalities of the model include a removable block replica of the engine, working tracks, a cannon that can be moved vertically and horizontally, recreated interior elements and opening hatches. The set also includes a detailed figure of the vehicle commander. The blocks contain only prints, too! You won't find stickers here!

The Limited Edition contains additional elements not available in the standard edition. These are:

  • A block model of a German motorcycle with a side car, equipped with a machine gun.
  • A unique figure of a German soldier in full camouflage equipped with a carrying belt for a weapon and a rifle.
  • A unique figure of a German mechanic with accessories.
  • Plant camouflage elements on the tank destroyer.
  • Stand for the removable engine.
  • A block map showing the course of the Battle of Kursk.
  • Black engraved plate with individual limited-edition number.
  • A paper certificate with the handwritten signature of the COBI CEO, containing an individual limited-edition number consistent with the block plate.

The detailed and very large model of a heavy tank destroyer is a must-have for collectors and history enthusiasts.

The Panzerjäger Tiger (P) Ferdinand was a German heavy tank destroyer used during World War II. It was constructed on the chassis of the Tiger I tank. Serial production began in 1943. Ferdinands took part in battles on the Eastern Front and during the Battle of Kursk. The tank destroyers were armed with the powerful 88mm PaK 43/2 L/71 anti-tank gun, which made them effective against almost all enemy vehicles. Thick armor provided good protection for the vehicle. Despite their impressive statistics, Ferdinands also had some drawbacks. These include limited mobility, susceptibility to failures and attacks by enemy infantry. After the Battle of Kursk, many of these vehicles were modernized and used in subsequent phases of the war. The Panzerjäger Tiger (P) Ferdinand was one of the most powerful German vehicles to appear on the battlefield during World War II. However, the role it played in the war was limited due to the small production of this model. This vehicle still ignites the imagination of history and military technology enthusiasts. It is also one of the most recognizable vehicles from the Second World War. Build history, piece by piece, with COBI!

  • 1416 high-quality elements
  • Produced in the EU by a company with over 20 years of tradition
  • The blocks meet the safety standards of products for children
  • Fully compatible with other brands of construction blocks
  • Blocks with prints do not scratch or smear and do not fade during play or under the influence of temperature
  • Clear and intuitive instructions based on illustrations and step-by-step directions
  • 3 figures
  • Block motorcycle
  • Plate with the name and number of the limited edition
  • Removable mini engine model
  • Signed stand for the removable engine
  • Plant camouflage for the vehicle
  • Block map of the Battle of Kursk
  • Figure accessories
  • Scale 1:28

Model dimensions (length x width x height): 285 mm (11.2”) x 125 mm (4.9”) x 140 mm (5.5”)

  • Cat.:
  • Brand:
    Cobi Factory SA
  • Length:
    28.5 cm / 11.2″
  • Width:
    12,5 cm / 4.9″
  • Height:
    14 cm / 5.5″
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