Cobi Junkers Ju52, 5710
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The Junkers JU 52 is the most recognizable three-engine German plane from World War II. Designed to carry passengers and cargo, it has been perfectly suited for military aviation. In the initial phase of the war it was also used as a so-called auxiliary bomber. After modifications it towed gliders of landing troops. JU 52 planes transported numerous landing units on all war fronts. The most famous operations in which JU 52 took part were: the attack on Greece, "Operation Merkur", i.e. landing in Crete and help for the 6th army of Field Marshal Paulus, cut off at Stalingrad. After World War II JU 52 was still produced in France under the name AAC. 1 Toucan and in Spain as CASA C.352-L. Individual units can be found in operation until today! The block model has many movable components such as rotating wheels with rubber tires, movable propellers and ailerons. Openable doors to the transport compartment and the cabin allow the pilot and German parachutist (Fallschirmjäger) to be placed inside. The block model was produced in the painting used by the Luftwaffe during the landing in Crete. For added detail we use printed blocks rather than stickers. This not only adds more detail into the model but also gives more durability during play. It is a great toy for all the youngest aviation enthusiasts. Thanks to the faithfully reproduced proportions and details of the aircraft, the model will be a perfect decoration for every collection of young and adult history and aviation enthusiasts.
- 48 high quality elements.
- Two figures depicting a pilot and a German parachutist.
- 100% prints, no stickers.
- Clear and intuitive instruction based on drawings and icons.
- Fully compatible with other brands of building blocks.