World War II - 1934 Citreon Traction 7A (237 pieces)


The Citroen Traction was a late entrant into the growing front-wheel drive market in Europe. Initial production had a very weak engine installed which did not arouse much enthusiasm. The model, which was produced for only three months (April to July 1934) was quickly replaced with a newer model with a much more powerful engine. This made the first version a Holy Grail among collectors and the initial flaw became an object of desire. This car is the ancestor of many other Citroen Traction series cars, which were produced until 1957.

From a set of 222 COBI construction blocks, you will build a classic French Citroen Traction 7A passenger car. This set is licensed by Citroen and built in 1:35 scale. Thanks to the intuitive instructions, the car is easy to build and easy to modify. Great quality, great prints and no stickers are the reasons why you will love this model. The set includes a figurine of a soldier of the French Resistance (French: La Résistance Intérieure Française), who has a band with the emblem of his formation printed on his arm and an accessory in the form of a Sten submachine gun. This is yet another figurine, contributing to the ranks of the French nation. Discover automotive history, block by block!

222 high-quality blocks

manufactured in the EU by a company with an over 20-year of tradition of producing quality construction blocks

meets or exceeds the safety standards for children's products

fully compatible with other brands of construction blocks

pad-printed decorations

1 figures of a resistance soldier

product under license from Citroen

Model dimensions (L x H): 12 cm (4.7") x 5.5 cm (2.2")

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World War II - 1934 Citreon Traction 7A (237 pieces)

  • Brand: Cobi
  • Product Code: COB2263

  • GKA Keys:
    600

  • Pre-Order Now! ETA January 2023
  • AUD $59.99


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