Its a shame these old sets i really want buy but im not going to because of the stickers.
The stickers are really poor quality! I bought the FW190A8 and the stickers are just a big letdown... I also bought the BF109 and BF110 and those sets are great because of the pad printed parts.
I would suggest COBI to re release these older sets but with pad printed parts. Or make replacement sets for the older sets that are pad printed that customers can order for a smaller amount of cost.
i would like a avro lancaster please
Perhaps we will release this model in the future :)
A list of planes I would love to see:
Me 163 Komet,
As a side note, I own a P40E Warhawk set with the markings of the 16th fighter squadron. I was planning on leaving a comment beneath said set, but it doesn't appear to exist on this site, which is upsetting because it's such a good build. I can't wait to see what sets are in store for the future, as the level of detail that goes into each set is breathtaking.
Thanks for your suggestion. We'll probably release some of these planes. A new version of our website will appear soon :)
M551 Sheridan please
DO 335, and a Gloster Meteor.
And a Fi 156, and a FW 200, and a FW 189, and an AR 234, B-29.
Please guys, make the Messerschmitt Me 163.
yes and GO 229 and a HE 162.
You mean HE 163 Duog
They should make the tbf avenger
And a Ju 52?
Yes Deborah the Do-17 "flying Pencil" would be a Great Cobi Model to have!
Will cobi ever hopefully make the dornier do 17
Thanks for the explanation :) Sometimes it's easy to make a mistake :)
No, Doug's right. The HE 162, or Salamander, or Volksjager (people's fighter), was a German jet-powered interceptor, unpopular due to its lack of use. The plane was designed late in the war, and only 69 days separated the design from the creation of the first prototypes. The plane was designed with the engine installed on top of the fuselage in a "piggyback" fashion. The plane only had 240 production examples, and the only unit to fly the 162 was formed four days before the war ended in Europe. The plane was made with cheap materials such as wood, and its structure was highly suspect due to the quality of the materials and poor workmanship. Sorry for the little history lesson, but WW2 aviation is my passion.