The US Army 1942 Harley-Davidson WLA military motorcycle was the standard solo motorcycle used during WWII that was similar to the familiar 2-cylinder motorcycles used by police and civilians. It was used by the Army for reconnaissance, messenger service, and police operations, and was supplied to all arms and services. In addition to conventional equipment, it had a box for submachine gun ammunition, a bracket for carrying a submachine gun, and combat zone safety lighting.
For special operations, 5.50x16 desert tires could be provided in place of the standard 4.00x18 tires, in which case the rear wheel was fitted with a beadlock to prevent creeping of the tire at the low inflation needed on soft terrain.
This particular 1:10 scale Harley-Davidson U military motorcycle was used by the US Navy during 1944. Sold Out!