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Military Conflict:
World War II
1:300 Scale

Currently Unavailable


  • Consists of 2046 high-quality components
  • Includes a display stand and nameplate
  • Pad printed (no stickers) blocks do not easily scratch or smear
  • Clear and intuitive instructions based on illustrations and step-by-step directions
  • Fully compatible with other brands of construction blocks
  • Model dimensions are 24" L x 8.5" H
  • Movable parts include spinning propellers, swinging rudder, rotating turrets and elevating gun barrel.
USS Arizona is a battleship that was launched during the Great War. During its service, the ship underwent modernization. Arizona was present at Pearl Harbor during the Japanese attack on December 7, 1941. During the raid on board the ship there was a catastrophic detonation. Most of the crew were killed and the ship sank, becoming a symbol of the Japanese attack. The wreckage of the battleship has never been recovered. The elements of the superstructure protruding above the water surface were removed, leaving only the barbet of the third main artillery tower still above the waterline. In 1962, the USS Arizona mausoleum on the wreckage was opened.

The famous ship was designed in a scale of 1: 300 and is 24 inches long. Over 2,000 bricks will provide hours of exciting construction! Clear and intuitive instructions will easily guide you through this process.

This collector's set includes a brick display stand to which you can attach a plate with the name of the famous ship. Thanks to the use of the latest available elements and advanced construction techniques, the model faithfully reflects the proportions of the historic ship and retains all its essential elements, including the original, very characteristic shape of the hull and superstructure. The model has numerous moving parts such as: propellers, rudders, rotating towers and gun barrels that can be raised and lowered. The set is a perfect complement to the collection of historical COBI ships.