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After an eventful time in the '70s and '80s, the brand became a member of the SIMBA-DICKIE-GROUP based in Furth, Germany, in 1999. The Group's main brands are SIMBATOYS and DICKIE-SPIELZEUG, and also included are the companies EICHHORN, NORIS, DICKIE-TAMIYA, CARSON, and since 2004, BIG.

The Schuco brand is blossoming again as part of the SIMBA-DICKIE-GROUP, which is a major company in the toy industry. Other aspects of its renewed success can be attributed to the inclusion of many new product groups and the creative and innovative policies applied to its various ranges.

#SCH450656200 - German BMW R75 Motorcycle with Sidecar - Normandy, 1944 (1:10 Scale)






Updated April 1st, 2015

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German BMW R75 Motorcycle with Sidecar - Afrika Korps German BMW R75 Motorcycle with Sidecar - Afrika Korps (1:10 Scale)

The Bavarian Motorwerks R75 was produced from 1940 until 1944 with over 16,000 built. It was by far the most numerous motorcycle found amongst the German Army, used on virtually every front from the hot desert sands of North Africa to the cold and muddied environs of the Russian front.

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German Zundapp KS750M Motorcycle with Sidecar - Luftwaffe German Zundapp KS750M Motorcycle with Sidecar - Luftwaffe (1:10 Scale)

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.

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German BMW R75 Motorcycle with Sidecar - Unidentified Unit, Normandy, 1944 German BMW R75 Motorcycle with Sidecar - Unidentified Unit, Normandy, 1944 (1:10 Scale)

The Bavarian Motorwerks R75 was produced from 1940 until 1944 with over 16,000 built. It was by far the most numerous motorcycle found amongst the German Army, used on virtually every front from the hot desert sands of North Africa to the cold and muddied environs of the Russian front.

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German Zundapp KS750M Motorcycle with Sidecar - Deutsches Afrika Korps German Zundapp KS750M Motorcycle with Sidecar - Deutsches Afrika Korps (1:10 Scale)

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.

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German BMW R75 Motorcycle with Sidecar and Two Soldiers - Wehrmacht German BMW R75 Motorcycle with Sidecar and Two Soldiers - Wehrmacht (1:10 Scale)

The Bavarian Motorwerks R75 was produced from 1940 until 1944 with over 16,000 built. It was by far the most numerous motorcycle found amongst the German Army, used on virtually every front from the hot desert sands of North Africa to the cold and muddied environs of the Russian front.

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German Zundapp KS750M Motorcycle with Sidecar and Two Soldiers - Wehrmacht German Zundapp KS750M Motorcycle with Sidecar and Two Soldiers - Wehrmacht (1:10 Scale)

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.

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