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As early as the end of 1949, the Horex Columbus plant in Bad Homburg could present its completely newly developed 350 cc Regina to a public that was enthusiastic right from the beginning. The beautiful single-cylinder machine was equipped with state-of-the-art motorcycle technology for that time. Thus it already had a telescopic spring fork, a modern straight rear wheel suspension and, as an absolute treat, light alloy full hub drum brakes which had, until then, been used almost exclusively for racing machines. The twin chrome exhaust pipes, a partly chromed fuel tank and details such as chrome rims lined in two colours turned the Regina into a real eye-catcher. The vertical long-stroke engine could produce at its peak 18 HP at 5,000 rpm, which helped this dream motorcycle of the 1950’s achieve an impressive on-road performance. Gears were changed on the Horex Regina on the motorcycle’s right-hand side, just like the leading English motorcycles – like a Triumph or Norton – at that time. The Horex Regina with single seat is a brand highlight in the high quality and precision performance Classic Motorcycle Edition 1:10 from Schuco. The series meets the highest quality standards and wows fans with its authentic high-gloss finish. Features such as rotating wheels and fully functional suspension are an integral part of these models and have established them as a firm favourite with motorcycle enthusiasts.   Attention ! Ne convient pas aux enfants de moins de 14 ans.
€79.95
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Vespa PX 125, red 1:10

Originally developed as an affordable means of transport for post-war Italy, the Vespa has become one of the style icons of our mobile world. After the original Vespa 98 was presented to the public for the first time in 1946 in Rome, the name “Vespa” quickly developed into a synonym for “scooter”. The Vespa also became a byword for “la dolce vita” – a Mediterranean celebration of life – and offered a first opportunity of mobile freedom and independence for generations of teenagers. The Vespa PX, which was launched in Milan in 1977, had retained the most important features of the original 1946 Vespa even after 30 years of development of the scooter. The Vespa PX 125 is a brand highlight in the high quality and precision performance Classic Motorcycle Edition 1:10 from Schuco. The series meets the highest quality standards and wows fans with its authentic high-gloss finish. Features such as rotating wheels and fully functional suspension are an integral part of these models and have established them as a firm favourite with motorcycle enthusiasts.   Attention ! Ne convient pas aux enfants de moins de 14 ans.
€79.95
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In terms of production quantity, the Simson Swallow is the most successful two-wheeler in Germany‘s history with over a million units produced. Manufactured in the „Fahrzeug- und Jagdwaffenwerk Ernst Thälmann“ division within the Simson company in Suhl, from 1964 onwards the swallow was the first model of Simson‘s newly developed series with bird names. Mopeds such as the „sparrow“, „starling“, „sparrow-hawk“ and „hawk“ were also produced in Suhl in considerable numbers. The Simson Swallow KR 51/1 is a brand highlight in the high quality and precision performance Classic Motorcycle Edition 1:10 from Schuco. The series meets the highest quality standards and wows fans with its authentic high-gloss finish. Features such as rotating wheels and fully functional suspension are an integral part of these models and have established them as a firm favourite with motorcycle enthusiasts.   Attention ! Ne convient pas aux enfants de moins de 14 ans.
€79.95
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BMW R 100 RS, blue-silver metallic

For its world première in 1976, the BMW R 100 RS spruced itself up in the truest sense of the word. Its 980 cc, air-cooled, 2-cylinder boxer engine was able to generate 70 HP and helped the “RS” to a maximum speed of 190 kilometres per hour. Together with the world’s first full fairing on a production motorcycle, developed with the aid of a wind tunnel, this motorcycle achieved unprecedented average speeds on fast motorway stages. Due to the relative absence of wind pressure, many riders were completely wrong in their estimation of their speed. Many a rider only noticed when they looked at their speedometer that they were already travelling twice as fast as they imagined. Thus whoever was looking as of 1976 for a companion for long, stress-free motorcycle travel was very well served by the BMW R 100 RS. The BMW R 100 RS is a brand highlight in the high quality and precision performance Classic Motorcycle Edition 1:10 from Schuco. The series meets the highest quality standards and wows fans with its authentic high-gloss finish. Features such as rotating wheels and fully functional suspension are an integral part of these models and have established them as a firm favourite with motorcycle enthusiasts.   Attention ! Ne convient pas aux enfants de moins de 14 ans.
€119.95
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The R25/3 appeared as a follow-up model to the BMW R25/2 in 1953. The engine of the R 25/3 now generated 13 HP (9.6 kW) and was thus somewhat better suited than the 12 HP R 25/2 to the still widespread sidecar operation at that time. The BMW R 25/3 had a modern, hydraulically-damped telescopic fork and was the first BMW production motorcycle to be manufactured with full hub brakes to the front and rear. Even so, its 247 cc single cylinder engine helped it to a top speed of at least 120 kilometres per hour. After 47,700 units were built in the BMW motorcycle factory in Berlin Spandau, the R 25/3 was superseded in January 1956 by the BMW R 26 with increased engine performance (15 HP / 11 kW) and a completely new suspension with a full swing frame. The basic concept of the power train, with a stationary cylinder and a longitudinally mounted engine, remained the same. The BMW R25/3 with single seat is a brand highlight in the high quality and precision performance Classic Motorcycle Edition 1:10 from Schuco. The series meets the highest quality standards and wows fans with its authentic high-gloss finish. Features such as rotating wheels and fully functional suspension are an integral part of these models and have established them as a firm favourite with motorcycle enthusiasts.   Attention ! Ne convient pas aux enfants de moins de 14 ans.
€79.95
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As long ago as 1937 the German army ordnance office awarded a development contract for an „extra heavy motorcycle with organically attached sidecar“. Both BMW and Zündapp participated in the invitation to bid, each submitting their own designs. The BMW R 75 was fitted with a 745 cm³ boxer engine producing 26 PS of output power, which was transferred via a cardan shaft and limited-slip differential to both the rear wheel and the sidecar. Equipped with four forward, one reverse and three cross-country reduction gears, more than 16,500 of these BMW R75 motorcycle combinations were manufactured in the period 1941 - 1944. Today, it is a much sought-after collector‘s piece for motorcycle enthusiasts right around the world. The BMW R75 with side car is a brand highlight in the high quality and precision performance Classic Motorcycle Edition 1:10 from Schuco. The series meets the highest quality standards and wows fans with its authentic high-gloss finish. Features such as rotating wheels and fully functional suspension are an integral part of these models and have established them as a firm favourite with motorcycle enthusiasts.   Attention ! Ne convient pas aux enfants de moins de 14 ans.
€129.95
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Founded in 1917 in Nuremberg as the Zünder-Apparatebau-Gesellschaft m.b.H, from 1921 onwards the Zündapp works developed into a leading German motorcycle manufacturer. One of the most prominent motorcycle designs of the Zündapp works was the KS 601 produced from 1950 to 1957. During that time, the KS 601 was Germany‘s most powerful motorcycle and achieved a power output of 28 PS from its 597 cm³ 2-cylinder boxer engine. This helped the motorcycle weighing 224 kg to reach a top speed of 140 km/h - outstanding for those times. The typical colour of the Zündapp KS 601 was the famous „Zündapp Green“ which later led to it also being nicknamed „The green elephant“. However, the motorcycle was also manufactured in other colours such as dark red and black and altogether nearly 5,000 were produced. The Zündapp KS 601 is a brand highlight in the high quality and precision performance Classic Motorcycle Edition 1:10 from Schuco. The series meets the highest quality standards and wows fans with its authentic high-gloss finish. Features such as rotating wheels and fully functional suspension are an integral part of these models and have established them as a firm favourite with motorcycle enthusiasts.   Attention ! Ne convient pas aux enfants de moins de 14 ans.
€79.95
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