Schuco SCH6516 German Zundapp KS750M Motorcycle with Sidecar and Two Soldiers - Wehrmacht (1:10 Scale)
"We must do everything we can to promote anti-tank defense, and work just as hard to guarantee successful counter-attacks through the instrument of powerful tank forces of our own."
- Major-General Heinz Guderian, "Achtung Panzer!"
The Zundapp KS750 was a purpose-built motorcycle created for the burgeoning German military machine. In fact, the KS750 was designed from the onset to survive the rigors of combat and travel over most types of off-road areas. It had incredible torque, which enabled it to tow large loads along paved roads and some types of off-road conditions. It was equipped with a sidecar, which enabled it to carry a lone passenger.
The first KS750's were issued to the Wehrmacht in 1941 and were produced right up until the end of the war, when a series of bombing raids destroyed the Nuremberg factory in 1945. By war's end, approximately 18,500 were produced.
Pictured here is a 1:10 scale German Zundapp KS 750M Beiwagen motorcycle attached to a Steib bw 40 sidecar that was used by the German Wehrmacht in World War II. Comes with a spring-mounted folding rider's seat located behind the driver's seat. Limited worldwide production run of only 2,000 pieces. Painted in a scintillating summer camouflage pattern and outfitted with two hand-painted reconnaissance soldiers. Sold Out!
Length: 8-1/4 inches
Width: 6-1/2 inches
Height: 4-1/2 inches
Release Date: June 2003