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#MIN122134500 - 1950 Vincent-HRD Series C Black Shadow Motorcycle (1:12 Scale)

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2003 Hollisters Excite Street Motorcycle - Liquid Silver
2003 Hollister's Excite Street Motorcycle - Liquid Silver (1:12 Scale)
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Goal, set and victory. With the Excite, a breathtaking bike and an internationally established success was again accomplished. The hitherto well known Volker Sichler line was packed into a future oriented custom bike lifestyle design.
2004 Triumph Rocket III Motorcycle - Graphite
2004 Triumph Rocket III Motorcycle - Graphite (1:12 Scale)
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The Rocket III is the biggest production motorcycle built in years. It is also the first production motorcycle to break the 2-liter barrier, hence its aptly named moniker. The Rocket III is not just another motorcycle; it's the ride of a lifetime.
2002 Aprilia RSV250 MS Aprilia Racing GP Motorcycle - Marco Melandri
2002 Aprilia RSV250 MS Aprilia Racing GP Motorcycle - Marco Melandri (1:12 Scale)
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Born on August 7th, 1982, in Ravenna, Italy, Marco Melandri is an Italian MotoGP road racer currently racing for Team Fortuna Honda. He won the 250cc world title in 2002, moving up to MotoGP with Yamaha 2003. Unforutnately he broke his leg in a heavy crash in this first race meeting, and struggled to succeed for the rest of the season.
1999 Aprilia 250 CCM Team Aprilia Motorcycle - Valentino Rossi
1999 Aprilia 250 CCM Team Aprilia Motorcycle - Valentino Rossi (1:12 Scale)
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After winning the 125 cc world title the previous year, exceptional young italian talent Valentino Rossi moved up to the 250 cc class for 1998. Riding an Aprilia factory bike he won 5 races in his first year. His series of successes continued in 1999, too.
1978 Yamaha SR500 Street Motorcycle - Red
1978 Yamaha SR500 Street Motorcycle - Red (1:12 Scale)
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The Yamaha SR500 is a popular thumper. It first started production in 1978, as a road-going version of the popular Yamaha XT500. It experienced good sales throughout the US, Europe and Australia and continues to be manufactured in Japan today as the SR400.
1973 Kawasaki Z750RS Z2 Road Star Motorcycle - Orange
1973 Kawasaki Z750RS Z2 Road Star Motorcycle - Orange (1:12 Scale)
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The Kawasaki Z750RS Z2 was introduced in 1973 as a smaller displacement "brother model" to their already successful Z1 for the Japanese market.
1975 Suzuki  XR14/RG500 GP Motorcycle - Barry Sheene (#6), Assen
1975 Suzuki XR14 GP Motorcycle - Barry Sheene (#6), Assen (1:12 Scale)
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The Suzuki type XR14/RG500 debuted in the 1974 French Grand Prix at Clermont Ferrand. At that time it was not yet fully fleshed out, so development work continued during the following winter break. The most striking feature of the XR14 is the so-called "square four"-engine, basically consisting of two in-line twins coupled together, which was employed for the first time on this bike.
1962 Triumph TR6 Motorcycle - Army Green
1962 Triumph TR6 Trophy Motorcycle - Army Green (1:12 Scale)
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The Triumph TR6 Trophy was introduced in 1956 and lasted until 1973, when it was replaced by the 750cc TR7. During this time it was a successful model, particularly in the US. The competition variant, popularly known as the "desert sled", won numerous competitions throughout the late 1950s and 1960s. The bike's appearance in The Great Escape and Steve McQueen's fondness for the model are well known.
1973 Yamaha RD350 Street Motorcycle - Dark Green Metallic
1973 Yamaha RD350 Street Motorcycle - Dark Green Metallic (1:12 Scale)
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The RD350 was a motorcycle produced by Yamaha. It was the premier sport lightweight of the early 70's and was evolved from the piston port (pre-reed valve intake tract), front drum-braked, 5 speed Yamaha 350 cc "R5".
1955 Vincent-HRD Black Lightning Motorcycle - Black
1955 Vincent-HRD Black Lightning Motorcycle - Black (1:12 Scale)
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It was with the introduction in 1948 of the fully race-prepared Vincent Black Lightning that Vincent produced the most legendary motorcycle of its time. The Black Lightning was advertised as The World's Fastest Standard Motorcycle - This is a fact, not a slogan! - a claim it could have made right up until the release of the 900 cc Kawasaki Z1, 20 years later in 1972.
   
 
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