F4F Wildcat Northrop Grumman Block Puzzle
The Grumman F4F Wildcat was a US Navy deck fighter from the Second World War built at the Grumman plant. When the US entered the war in 1941, the Wildcats were the US Navy's primary deck fighters and were gradually replacing the older aircraft from the base squadrons. Wildcats were the only fighter protection for the US fleet. In the Pacific, the main opponents of the Wildcats were the Japanese Mitsubishi A6M fighters, popularly known as "Zero".
The Grumman F4F Wildcat kit by Cobi replicates the historic colors of the pilot who became the first fighter ace of the American Navy! Particularly noteworthy are such historical details as the emblem of Felix the cat and the number of victories placed next to the cockpit.
The plane, designed in a scale of 1:32, was released under the license of the Northrop Grumman aviation company! It has a movable propeller, ailerons and rotating wheels with rubber tires. The cockpit can be opened to place a heroic pilot figure at the controls. The plane has been covered with high-quality prints that do not wear off even during intensive use. Stickers are completely dispensed with in this set. The prints reflect the historical markings and equipment of the aircraft from the Pacific War period.
The set also includes a special stand, which makes the display of the model more attractive, and a plate with the name of the plane. The plane is also a perfect complement to the Historical Collection and a perfect pair for the already-released Mitsubishi A6m2 "ZERO-SEN" set.
- WW2 Historical Collection
- 1/32 scale, 375 high quality blocks
- 1 US Navy pilot figure
- Bodywork with pad printing
- Display stand
- Completed Dimensions: 10.8” L x 14.0” Wingspan x 4.1” H
- Box Dimensions: 13.5” L X 9.4” W x 2.3” H
- Compatible with leading block and brick brands
- Recommended for 7 years and above.