Leopard I

Leopard I Leopard I
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  • Catalog no: COBI-3009
  • Pieces: 485
  • Figures: 1
  • Age: 8+

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Comments (8)

  • arsenij


    13 September 2022 at 08:41 | #

    make e 100 not jagd pz e 100


  • Ian Kelso

    Ian Kelso

    15 January 2021 at 13:43 | #

    Have you thought about creating a Canadian Leopard C2 Mexas, It would make a great kit.


    • Łukasz


      25 January 2021 at 23:59 | #

      It is possible that in the future we will. The queue of models is very long.


  • Dennis


    23 May 2017 at 09:37 | #

    Hello Cobi,

    by enlarging the picture of the back view of the backage the front view will show up. can you fix this on your website so we can see the details?


    • Cobi


      24 May 2017 at 17:33 | #

      Dear Dennis,

      I'll forward your message to the right department to correct this.
      Thank you for being alert!

      Best regards,
      COBI Team


      • Dennis


        26 May 2017 at 12:05 | #

        Thanks, great you fixed it. (:

        The model looks great. Like some other COBI fans I prefer printed on bricks rather than stickers. Prints give so much higher qualtiy. Maybe one day we will be able to order single bricks with the imprint we prefer...


  • Robo


    23 April 2017 at 21:42 | #

    I'might a robot!?
    Echt niet cool!


  • Nino


    02 March 2017 at 17:18 | #

    I have by now built 18 Cobi Small Army models but this is my first real disappointment.
    The quality of blocks and everything is typically COBI. No complaints here. The model is also very sturdy but some things about this particular model are really annoying and wrong:

    I don’t know why Cobi chose to produce this model in historically inaccurate grey instead of NATO green.

    I am also not a fan of the decal stickers that come with the World of Tanks series and would prefer printed blocks and historically accurate markings like in the WWII series.

    The turret shape is also not good. I appreciate the difficulty in producing a rounded shape form blocks but then why did Cobi not choose the later A3 or A4 models with an angular turret?
    Of course you can see all of that before you buy the model and I still chose to buy it.

    But the most important fault is, that there is a huge gap between the hull and the turret. This disturbs me every time I look at it and should have been easy to avoid.

    As I have seen Cobi improve on many models in a second version I am really hoping to one day see a Leopard 1A4 in accurate colours and markings (printed on blocks) with a properly designed turret and without the huge gap.


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