Find your freedom on the open road. At the intersection of art, individuality, and independence you will find the American chopper. Each is a hand-picked, customized expression of the owner's taste. From forks, to tanks, to tires, it's got to be just right. Build your custom chopper with this cool kit! Kit features choice of 2 gas tanks and two seats, old school long frame, custom engine accessory choices, custom wheel designs, soft black tires.
Rupp Industries was a Mansfield, Ohio based manufacturer of go-karts, minibikes, snowmobiles and other off-road vehicles founded by Mickey Rupp in 1959. Rupp Industries operated from 1959 until bankruptcy in 1978. Rupp vehicles are known for their performance and bright red coloring, particularly the snowmobiles and off-road vehicles. Rupp began manufacturing mini bikes beginning in 1962 until the mid 1970s.
1/8 scale. Honda Trrail 70 Motorcycle. MPC. Honda's Trail 70 was introduced in 1969 and produced through 1981. Kit features incredible detail with vinyl tubing for brake and motor lines, highly detailed drive line with rubber tires, wheels rotate, handle bars fold down, vinyl seat flips up to expose battery and gas tank, detailed engine, clear parts for lights, real metal springs on rear shocks, vinyl tubing for motor detail and brake lines, chrome plated parts including fenders, molded in pearl red, color decals with optional graphics - includes license plates.
Mysterious beast of the jungle, the renegade ape who is said to have a soul of a child and the heart of a man, a friend to the innocent and a terror to the unjust. Classic movie ape Kogar, portrayed by Bob Burns, features bonus heads of Tracy the Ape from TV's Ghostbusters and Bob Burns himself. Figure sculpted by Jeff Yagher.
1/12 scale. The Creature from the Black Lagoon. Moebius Models - Monster of the Movies. Storied 1950s 'gill-man' born of Universal Studios in the primordial Black Lagoon. Model features classic scaly texture, webbed hands and feet, rotatable head and arms, plus aquatic theme base with chalkboard nameplate. Decals for nameplate graphic. Ex-Aurora mold sculpted by Bill Lemon.
Molded yellow and black, chrome plated parts (handle bars, shocks, pipes, wheels, rims and more), sissy bar, custom lights, 2-cylinder 900cc engine, rubber tires with spoked wheels, vinyl wires, custom high seat, battery, oil tank, transparent parts for lights, colorful decals.
This assembly-type 1/6 scale chain is designed to go with the 1/6 scale Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin model kit. It promises to add an extra level of unbelievable detail to your masterpiece.
1/8 scale. Honda 750 Four Motorcycle. MPC. The Honda 750 with its in-line four cylinder motor is called the original 'Universal Japanese motorcycle'. Kit features incredible detail with vinyl tubing for brake and motor lines, highly detailed drive line with rubber tires, full detailed engine, clear parts for headlight and gauges, red transparent for tail lights, molded in red and black with chrome plated parts, decals for a single bike - includes license plate.
The Honda RC213V is a road racing motorcycle developed to race in the MotoGP series for the 2012 season and on. Detailed overall bike has removable seat cowling, full display of internal mechanism, detailed V4 engine and twin lube frame, exhaust pipes, radiator, fuel tank, rubber tires, racing stand, clear accents for tank grip, rear camera, moled in white and grey, decals and markings for Marc Marquez's No.93 machine, Rd.4 Spanish GP.
Make your 1/6 scale Harley-Davidson FLSTFB Fat Boy Lo model even more like the real thing using this detail up parts set! The solid metal parts included are intended to replace kit-standard metal-plated resin parts for an authentically weighty and stylish-looking finish.
The Honda MB50z motorcycle was introduced in 1979 and it immediately became popular for its sporty design style. The 49cc air-cooled 2-stroke single-cylinder engine produced 7hp and was equipped with a bell-shaped combustion chamber to ensure stable combustion through all speeds. The bike featured a unique cross line backbone frame structure as well as Honda's distinctive Com-Star wheels. With its simple construction and sporty mechanism, the MB50z garnered a large fan base during the 1980s. The Tamiya 1/6 scale model is faithful in every way to the life size subject.
1/12 scale. Honda RA273. Tamiya. In 1966, Formula 1 regulations were changed and stipulated a move from cars with 1.5-liter engines to those with 3-liter ones. Having finally tasted success with the 1.5-liter RA272 the year before, the Honda engineers unfortunately had to start from scratch again, and the RA273 was not ready until the Italian GP in 1966. Featuring a lightweight monocoque frame with aluminum panels and powered by a 90 degree V-12 engine, it was driven by Richie Ginther and John Surtees, Ginther finishing the season in a respectable 4th place overall. Kit features 3 liter V12 engine complete with fuel pipe and plug wire details, transmission, radiator and water pipes, moveable front/rear suspension with metal coil springs, rubber tires with accurate tread patterns, photoetched parts for (air funnel, brake discs, radiator, and other parts), metal transfers for emblems and meters. Molded in grey, black, white and cream with chrome plated parts. Also includes driver figure. Decals and markings for No.18 Richie Ginther or No.11 John Surtees - includes dash gauges.
1/12 scale. Team Lotus Type 49B 1968. Tamiya. The Lotus 49 was a Formula One racing car designed by Colin Chapman and Maurice Philippe for the 1967 F1 season. The Team Lotus Type 49B evolution debuted in the third race of the 1968 Formula One racing season. Type 49B would make driver Graham Hill and Lotus champions as the British team overcame the devastating loss of mercurial driver Jim Clark. Kit features detailed drivers interior with driver figure, engine complete with fuel pipe and plug wire details, transmission, radiator, water and oil pumps, moveable front/rear suspension with metal coil springs, rubber tires with accurate tread patterns, photoetched parts for (seatbelts, brake discs, radiator and other parts), transfers for emblems and meters and metal air funnels, includes parts to recreate high rear wing, plus the high front wing as seen in the 1969 South African Grand Prix. Molded in gray, black and white with chrome plated parts. Decals and markings for Team Lotus #10 Hill - includes Black Lotus nose badge used after Clark's death, mask, seatbelts and interior gauges.
1/12 scale. Tracker Loader. Hobby Engine. Ready to run, forward and backward action, working lights, operating power arm, weathered finish. Includes AC battery charger, 9V battery, rechargable battery 7.2V 800mAh. Frequency 27.195MHz
This is a limited edition re-release of the Harley-Davidson FXE1200.
The aerodynamic form of the Kawasaki has been accurately reproduced. The fairing, which features 6 independent front lights, is precisely remodeled. In addition to the colorful silver, red and white livery, Cartograf decals and pad printed markings create a top class finish. The 190hp liquid-cooled 4-stroke engine has a rich finish. The model has an internal weight for greater presence. Solid rubber tires feature a tread pattern for a sharp finish. Cowlings can be removed. Rear suspension is depicted with a metal coil spring. Length: 180mm, Width: 74mm.
Frequency 26.995 MHz, 2.4 GHz, Multi-Function Electric powered, Ready to dig, Left and right steering, Forward and Backward Action, Body rotates 360 degrees, Working light and scooping light, Operating power arm, scooping and dumping, weathered finish. Includes (Ac battery charger, 9V Battery, 7.2v 800mAh Ni-MH Battery, charger and Transmitter. Product size 743 x 222x 490mm (29.25 x 8.74 x 19.29 in).
1/12 scale. Crawler Crane 2.4 GHz. Hobby Engine. Ready to roll R/C tracked construction machine. Features multi-function digital proportional 2.4 GHz transmitter. Dimensions: 37.375" long.
The Honda CB750 is an air-cooled transverse in-line four cylinder engine motorcycle made by Honda over several generations for year models 1969–2003 as well as 2007 with an upright or standard riding posture. It is often called the original Universal Japanese Motorcycle (UJM). Though other manufacturers had marketed the transverse, overhead camshaft, inline four-cylinder engine configuration and the layout had been used in racing engines prior to World War II, Honda popularized the configuration with the CB750, and the layout subsequently became the dominant sport bike engine layout.