TAMIYA "Honda CB750 Racing / Semi-Assembled Premium Model"

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1/6 Scale Collector's Club No.10

About the Racing Honda CB750
On March 15, 1970 at the worlds largest production motorcycle race the Daytona 200, the Honda Motorcycle Group entered its racing version of the CB750. With an average lap speed of 164.3km/h, the CB750 went on to set a new course record. Pumping out 95ps/9500rpm with a top speed of 240km/h, the racing CB750 continued its winning form not only in Japan but also abroad, becoming the standard where other high performance motorcycles would grade themselves against.

About the Model
*This is a Semi-Assembled Honda CB750 Racing model.
*1/6, Length:348mm, Width:92mm.
*Each part not requiring gluing can be easily assembled with bolts.
*Air cooled inline 4 cylinder engine, Keihin carburetors, oil cooler, and chain are all realistically reproduced.
*Front and rear wheels are set on aluminum hub and rims with stainless steel spokes.
*Fitted with fuel tank and racing seat. Dressing and undressing of the cowling can be done easily.
*High quality assembled aluminum stand.
*Screwdriver and tweezer included.