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Great Wall 1/35 WWII German Zundapp KS 750 GW-L3524 Great Wall 1/35 WWII German Zundapp KS 750 GW-L3524
$29.99
Temporarily Out of Stock
Great Wall 1/35 WWII German Zundapp KS 750
Italeri 1/9 BMW R75 Military Motorcycle with Sidecar Italeri 1/9 BMW R75 Military Motorcycle with Sidecar
$99.99
In stock

Description

German Military Motorcycle with side car
In 1938, based on a specific request of the German army, BMW and Zundapp received the brief to start a co-joint development project able to guarantee the highest number of common components to optimize the maintenance activities and the spare parts logistic. The prototypes had been released on 1940 and the production started at the beginning of 1941. Its peculiar feature was to have the side-car wheel that was driven with an axle connected to the rear wheel of the motorcycle. These were fitted with a locking differential and selectable gear ratios to optimize the on-road / off-road performance. The twin-cylinder engine with a displacement of 750 cc was capable of delivering 26 HP. The BMW R75 was able to reach the max speed of 95 Km/h. It was widely used, proving its realiability and sturdiness, on all most important operating theaters and in all environmental conditions (from North Africa to Russia).

Italeri 1/9 Moto Guzzi V7 Carabinieri ITA-04639 Italeri 1/9 Moto Guzzi V7 Carabinieri ITA-04639
$99.99
In stock
This is a plastic model kit. It requires assembly and usually painting and gluing also. If you are unsure what is required, please contact Frontline Hobbies
Italeri 1/9 MV Agusta 350 CC. Cylinders 1964 Italeri 1/9 MV Agusta 350 CC. Cylinders 1964
$82.99
In stock
This is a plastic model kit. It requires assembly and usually painting and gluing also. If you are unsure what is required, please contact Frontline Hobbies
Italeri 1/9 Norton Manx Italeri 1/9 Norton Manx
$99.99
Out of stock
This is a plastic model kit. It requires assembly and usually painting and gluing also. If you are unsure what is required, please contact Frontline Hobbies
Master Box 1/35 German Motorcycle BMW R75 WW2 Master Box 1/35 German Motorcycle BMW R75 WW2
$26.95
Temporarily Out of Stock

Description

This is the 1/35 Scale WWII German Motorcycle with Sidecar Plastic Model from Master Box Limited.

Tamiya 1/12 Ducati 1199 Panigale S T14129 Tamiya 1/12 Ducati 1199 Panigale S T14129
$66.99
In stock

Description

Tamiya has expanded its 1/12 scale motorcycle model series with this all new model of the Ducati 1199 Panigale S. The Ducati 1199 Panigale, which was the base for the bike depicted by this model, was announced at the 2011 Milan Motor Show. It is a breathtaking fusion of beautiful looks and cutting-edge technology, featuring a newly-designed engine, monocoque frame with air box and much more. The 1199 Panigale S features upgrades to its suspension, wheels, lights and other parts for an enhanced riding experience.


Product Specifications

  • The model depicts the bike with 2014 specifications
  • The engine cowling is attached using small screws and can be removed after completion of the model to allow appreciation of the engine inside
  • Includes single sided stand and rear wheel box stand.



Tamiya 1/12 Ducati 1199 Panigale S Tricolore Tamiya 1/12 Ducati 1199 Panigale S Tricolore
$63.99
Temporarily Out of Stock
Tamiya 1/12 Ducati 1199 Panigale S Tricolore
Tamiya 1/12 Ducati 888 Superbike T14063 Tamiya 1/12 Ducati 888 Superbike T14063
$32.99
Temporarily Out of Stock

Description

About the Ducati 888 Superbike Racer

On the 26th of September 1993, a young and inspiring motorcycle racer named Tetsuya Harada was adding the final touches to his machine at the Jarama racing circuit, just prior tot he last round of the season. This would make him the first Japanese World Champion since 1977. His closest rival, Loris Capirossi, was ahead in point standings going into this last race, but bad luck plagued him during the dynamic battle for the 250cc GP2 title. Although this was Haradas debut season for the World Grand Prix, he had been working closely with Yamaha for the last couple of seasons, perfecting the works TZM bike, which allowed him to win the 1992 All Japan Championship title. The 1993 Yamaha TZ250M used a 249cc liquid cooled V-twin cylinder engine capable of 94 horsepower. Its crankcase reed valve induction system was combined with an electronically controlled exhaust valve system. The highly sophisticated six-speed gear box used an electronic cut-out gear changing system that eliminated clutch operation and minimized racing stresses. This awesome powerplant was mounted on Yamahas exceptionally rigid twin-spar box-section aluminum frame that was capable of head angle adjustments. The rear suspension was also of box-sectioned aluminum to withstand the enormous power and traction. The bike rides on Marchesini cast magnesium wheels matched to Dunlop radial tires. The superb stopping power was achieved by front Brembo and rear Nissin Brake systems.

Paints recommended for this kit:

  • TS-8 - 100ml Italian Red

  • X-1 - 10ml Black

  • X-10 - 10ml Gun Metal

  • X-11 - 10ml Chrome Silver

  • X-12 - 10ml Gold Leaf

  • X-18 - 10ml Semi Gloss Black

  • X-2 - 10ml White

  • X-27 - 10ml Clear Red

  • X-4 - 10ml Blue

  • X-6 - 10ml Orange

  • X-7 - 10ml Red

  • X-8 - 10ml Lemon Yellow

  • XF-1 - 10ml Flat Black

  • XF-10 - 10ml Flat Brown

  • XF-16 - 10ml Flat Aluminum

  • XF-2 - 10ml Flat White

  • XF-5 - 10ml Flat Green

  • XF-56 - 10ml Metallic Grey

  • XF-8 - 10ml Flat Blue

Tamiya 1/12 Ducati 916 T14068 Tamiya 1/12 Ducati 916 T14068
$36.99
In stock

Description

About the Ducati 916

Ducati, the renowned Italian motorcycle manufacturer, is highly regarded by motorcycle enthusiasts the world over. Their current top-of-the-line 916 bike was unveiled to the public during the 1993 Milan Motor Show. In recent years, Ducati has been a dominant force at the World Superbike Championships. Their 916 was developed using the latest racing technology and expertise, and became a very effective base machine fore these Championships. Its 114 horsepower, 916cc, liquid cooled L-twin cylinder engine uses a computer controlled fuel injection system and Ducats traditional Desmodromic valve operation system. This valve system uses cam mechanics for both opening and closing the valves, while a conventional system closes the valves with springs only. This powerful engine is mounted in a light weight and extremely rigid, chrome molybdenum steel tubular frame. The rear swing arm suspension uses a mono-arm for quick tire changing during competition. Showas shock absorbers and Brembo brake calipers are used at both ends. The 916 has a 2-stage adjustable caster offset system. Its aerodynamic cowl design is very distinctive, differing from other racer-replica bikes. The front cowl has engine air intake openings and mounts the dual headlamps. The fuel tank is ergonomically sculptured to fit the riders varying posture during hard riding. The 916 is a true street legal racing machine on the leading edge of performance and styling.

Paints recommended for this kit:

  • TS-8 - 100ml Italian Red

  • X-10 - 10ml Gun Metal

  • X-11 - 10ml Chrome Silver

  • X-12 - 10ml Gold Leaf

  • X-13 - 10ml Metallic Blue

  • X-18 - 10ml Semi Gloss Black

  • X-2 - 10ml White

  • X-26 - 10ml Clear Orange

  • X-27 - 10ml Clear Red

  • X-5 - 10ml Green

  • X-6 - 10ml Orange

  • X-7 - 10ml Red

  • X-8 - 10ml Lemon Yellow

  • X-9 - 10ml Brown

  • XF-1 - 10ml Flat Black

  • XF-16 - 10ml Flat Aluminum

  • XF-19 - 10ml Sky Grey

  • XF-54 - 10ml Dark Sea Grey

  • XF-56 - 10ml Metallic Grey

Tamiya 1/12 Ducati Desmosedici T14101 Tamiya 1/12 Ducati Desmosedici T14101
$54.99
In stock

Description

Italian Quality and Style
Desmosedici is a compound word made from the Italian for sixteen, sedici and the name of Ducatis trademark desmodromic valve design. The DOHC 16 V4 engine is composed of two 90 degree L twin components held together in a tubular steel truss-frame, with swing arm and rear shock pivots directly attached to engine in a truly original fashion. The sleek and powerful bike was piloted in its debut 2003 MotoGP season by L. Capirossi, former 125 and 250cc class title holder, and World Superbike Champion T. Bayliss. The GP4 really showed its stuff during its 2003 debut season, taking 3rd place at Suzuka and winning 1st at Catalunya. Maintaining the same basic structure in 2004, Ducati brushed up everything from the engine to the body to make an even higher performance superbike. While the Desmosedici GP4 had a difficult first half of the season, it began to show results towards the end, with L. Capirossi winning 3rd place in round 15. T. Bayliss also took 3rd in the final round, ending Ducatis season on a high-note, and promising further excitement still to come!

Build either Capirossi or Baylisss bike
High quality Cartograf decals for Capirossis No.65 bike and Baylisss No.12 bike are included. Separate parts allow accurate depiction of each riders custom seat, further enhancing realism.

About the Model
Detailed 1/12 assembly model kit of the 2004 Ducati Desmosedici
Model accurately depicts trademark Ducati style, such as truss-frame and V4 engine with rear suspension swing arm directly attached to crank case.
Accelerator, clutch and brake wiring masterfully depicted with plastic tubing.
Synthetic rubber tires look and feel like authentic racing slick tires
Side and seat cowling can be removed after assembly allowing full display of engine
Due to sponsors request, white marking decals are not included with this kit.

Latest Ducati News!
Ducati Wins at MOTO GP 2005 Japan Grand Prix! Italian rider Loris Capirossi took victory for Ducati, and his first personal win this season, at the Japan Grand Prix held in Motegi on September 18th. After capturing the pole position on the first day, Capirossi swept to victory on the second day, as well as laying down a new Motegi track record on his third lap. Pictures at left: Capirossi and the Ducati pit crew examine Tamiyas 1/12 scale Ducati Desmosedici.

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Great Wall 1/35 WWII German Zundapp KS 750

Description

German Military Motorcycle with side car
In 1938, based on a specific request of the German army, BMW and Zundapp received the brief to start a co-joint development project able to guarantee the highest number of common components to optimize the maintenance activities and the spare parts logistic. The prototypes had been released on 1940 and the production started at the beginning of 1941. Its peculiar feature was to have the side-car wheel that was driven with an axle connected to the rear wheel of the motorcycle. These were fitted with a locking differential and selectable gear ratios to optimize the on-road / off-road performance. The twin-cylinder engine with a displacement of 750 cc was capable of delivering 26 HP. The BMW R75 was able to reach the max speed of 95 Km/h. It was widely used, proving its realiability and sturdiness, on all most important operating theaters and in all environmental conditions (from North Africa to Russia).

This is a plastic model kit. It requires assembly and usually painting and gluing also. If you are unsure what is required, please contact Frontline Hobbies
This is a plastic model kit. It requires assembly and usually painting and gluing also. If you are unsure what is required, please contact Frontline Hobbies
This is a plastic model kit. It requires assembly and usually painting and gluing also. If you are unsure what is required, please contact Frontline Hobbies

Description

This is the 1/35 Scale WWII German Motorcycle with Sidecar Plastic Model from Master Box Limited.

Description

Tamiya has expanded its 1/12 scale motorcycle model series with this all new model of the Ducati 1199 Panigale S. The Ducati 1199 Panigale, which was the base for the bike depicted by this model, was announced at the 2011 Milan Motor Show. It is a breathtaking fusion of beautiful looks and cutting-edge technology, featuring a newly-designed engine, monocoque frame with air box and much more. The 1199 Panigale S features upgrades to its suspension, wheels, lights and other parts for an enhanced riding experience.


Product Specifications

  • The model depicts the bike with 2014 specifications
  • The engine cowling is attached using small screws and can be removed after completion of the model to allow appreciation of the engine inside
  • Includes single sided stand and rear wheel box stand.



Tamiya 1/12 Ducati 1199 Panigale S Tricolore

Description

About the Ducati 888 Superbike Racer

On the 26th of September 1993, a young and inspiring motorcycle racer named Tetsuya Harada was adding the final touches to his machine at the Jarama racing circuit, just prior tot he last round of the season. This would make him the first Japanese World Champion since 1977. His closest rival, Loris Capirossi, was ahead in point standings going into this last race, but bad luck plagued him during the dynamic battle for the 250cc GP2 title. Although this was Haradas debut season for the World Grand Prix, he had been working closely with Yamaha for the last couple of seasons, perfecting the works TZM bike, which allowed him to win the 1992 All Japan Championship title. The 1993 Yamaha TZ250M used a 249cc liquid cooled V-twin cylinder engine capable of 94 horsepower. Its crankcase reed valve induction system was combined with an electronically controlled exhaust valve system. The highly sophisticated six-speed gear box used an electronic cut-out gear changing system that eliminated clutch operation and minimized racing stresses. This awesome powerplant was mounted on Yamahas exceptionally rigid twin-spar box-section aluminum frame that was capable of head angle adjustments. The rear suspension was also of box-sectioned aluminum to withstand the enormous power and traction. The bike rides on Marchesini cast magnesium wheels matched to Dunlop radial tires. The superb stopping power was achieved by front Brembo and rear Nissin Brake systems.

Paints recommended for this kit:

  • TS-8 - 100ml Italian Red

  • X-1 - 10ml Black

  • X-10 - 10ml Gun Metal

  • X-11 - 10ml Chrome Silver

  • X-12 - 10ml Gold Leaf

  • X-18 - 10ml Semi Gloss Black

  • X-2 - 10ml White

  • X-27 - 10ml Clear Red

  • X-4 - 10ml Blue

  • X-6 - 10ml Orange

  • X-7 - 10ml Red

  • X-8 - 10ml Lemon Yellow

  • XF-1 - 10ml Flat Black

  • XF-10 - 10ml Flat Brown

  • XF-16 - 10ml Flat Aluminum

  • XF-2 - 10ml Flat White

  • XF-5 - 10ml Flat Green

  • XF-56 - 10ml Metallic Grey

  • XF-8 - 10ml Flat Blue

Description

About the Ducati 916

Ducati, the renowned Italian motorcycle manufacturer, is highly regarded by motorcycle enthusiasts the world over. Their current top-of-the-line 916 bike was unveiled to the public during the 1993 Milan Motor Show. In recent years, Ducati has been a dominant force at the World Superbike Championships. Their 916 was developed using the latest racing technology and expertise, and became a very effective base machine fore these Championships. Its 114 horsepower, 916cc, liquid cooled L-twin cylinder engine uses a computer controlled fuel injection system and Ducats traditional Desmodromic valve operation system. This valve system uses cam mechanics for both opening and closing the valves, while a conventional system closes the valves with springs only. This powerful engine is mounted in a light weight and extremely rigid, chrome molybdenum steel tubular frame. The rear swing arm suspension uses a mono-arm for quick tire changing during competition. Showas shock absorbers and Brembo brake calipers are used at both ends. The 916 has a 2-stage adjustable caster offset system. Its aerodynamic cowl design is very distinctive, differing from other racer-replica bikes. The front cowl has engine air intake openings and mounts the dual headlamps. The fuel tank is ergonomically sculptured to fit the riders varying posture during hard riding. The 916 is a true street legal racing machine on the leading edge of performance and styling.

Paints recommended for this kit:

  • TS-8 - 100ml Italian Red

  • X-10 - 10ml Gun Metal

  • X-11 - 10ml Chrome Silver

  • X-12 - 10ml Gold Leaf

  • X-13 - 10ml Metallic Blue

  • X-18 - 10ml Semi Gloss Black

  • X-2 - 10ml White

  • X-26 - 10ml Clear Orange

  • X-27 - 10ml Clear Red

  • X-5 - 10ml Green

  • X-6 - 10ml Orange

  • X-7 - 10ml Red

  • X-8 - 10ml Lemon Yellow

  • X-9 - 10ml Brown

  • XF-1 - 10ml Flat Black

  • XF-16 - 10ml Flat Aluminum

  • XF-19 - 10ml Sky Grey

  • XF-54 - 10ml Dark Sea Grey

  • XF-56 - 10ml Metallic Grey

Description

Italian Quality and Style
Desmosedici is a compound word made from the Italian for sixteen, sedici and the name of Ducatis trademark desmodromic valve design. The DOHC 16 V4 engine is composed of two 90 degree L twin components held together in a tubular steel truss-frame, with swing arm and rear shock pivots directly attached to engine in a truly original fashion. The sleek and powerful bike was piloted in its debut 2003 MotoGP season by L. Capirossi, former 125 and 250cc class title holder, and World Superbike Champion T. Bayliss. The GP4 really showed its stuff during its 2003 debut season, taking 3rd place at Suzuka and winning 1st at Catalunya. Maintaining the same basic structure in 2004, Ducati brushed up everything from the engine to the body to make an even higher performance superbike. While the Desmosedici GP4 had a difficult first half of the season, it began to show results towards the end, with L. Capirossi winning 3rd place in round 15. T. Bayliss also took 3rd in the final round, ending Ducatis season on a high-note, and promising further excitement still to come!

Build either Capirossi or Baylisss bike
High quality Cartograf decals for Capirossis No.65 bike and Baylisss No.12 bike are included. Separate parts allow accurate depiction of each riders custom seat, further enhancing realism.

About the Model
Detailed 1/12 assembly model kit of the 2004 Ducati Desmosedici
Model accurately depicts trademark Ducati style, such as truss-frame and V4 engine with rear suspension swing arm directly attached to crank case.
Accelerator, clutch and brake wiring masterfully depicted with plastic tubing.
Synthetic rubber tires look and feel like authentic racing slick tires
Side and seat cowling can be removed after assembly allowing full display of engine
Due to sponsors request, white marking decals are not included with this kit.

Latest Ducati News!
Ducati Wins at MOTO GP 2005 Japan Grand Prix! Italian rider Loris Capirossi took victory for Ducati, and his first personal win this season, at the Japan Grand Prix held in Motegi on September 18th. After capturing the pole position on the first day, Capirossi swept to victory on the second day, as well as laying down a new Motegi track record on his third lap. Pictures at left: Capirossi and the Ducati pit crew examine Tamiyas 1/12 scale Ducati Desmosedici.