Floating Tank PT-76 #2235


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From the world of COBI comes a fantastic model of the PT-76 floating tank. The model is highly detailed and has printed blocks rather than stickers. Not only does this help give it fantastic detailing to the model but is more durable than stickers. The vehicle is equipped with movable wheels that work with real track for when you want to move the vehicle. It has an openable hatch in the tower that allows you to place a figure inside. A hinged hatch allows access to the chamber where the vehicle’s block engine is located. The vehicle has been equipped with accessories that not only decorate the tank, but can also be used for fun. The set includes a fuel canister, crowbar and axe. The whole set is complemented by a figure of a Vietnamese tank personnel. He is armed with a machine gun made by Polish manufacturer PM-63 RAK, which at that time was standard equipment for armoured crews. The PT-76 tank is an ideal set for both children and adult fans of construction blocks. Whether it will be added to a collection, used in a playroom or added to a diorama this high quality model constructed of COBI building blocks is a must for any enthusiast. PT-76 is a lightweight floating tank, designed and manufactured in the Soviet Union. It entered the Red Army equipment in 1951. It was manufactured until 1967. Its construction was the result of a return to the production of light tanks, whose task was to make a reconnaissance vehicle. The PT-76 fitted perfectly into this role, as its construction also allowed for swimming and overcoming water obstacles. The main features of the PT-76 are its simple design, good navigational properties and the ability to overcome difficult terrain. The advantage was also an innovative hydrodynamic drive at that time. After improvements in 1957, the hull was slightly raised and a better gun was installed. The driver was provided with new sighting devices and night vision. The crew consisted of three people. It was a very good and innovative vehicle at the time.

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Below are very informative and entertaining videos to discover more about this unit and it’s place in history. Please be aware that some of these videos may contain crude language and/or actual footage of warfare. This may be disturbing to sensitive or young viewers. We have selected the videos for their historical context in relation to our products for the purpose of research and learning.

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Weight 34.9 oz
Dimensions 17 × 12 × 2.76 in

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