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The motor bike and sidecar was a popular form of transport from the 1930s right through to the 1950s
The motor bike and sidecar was a popular form of transport from the 1930s right through to the 1950s. It was used by many commercial institutions as well as the military especially during World War II. A firm favourite in our 1:76 scale series, it is also snapped up by N scale collectors too. For its eighth release in 1:148 scale, it is presented here in an RAF livery in their signature blue, exactly the same as its 1:76 scale twin. Registered RAF 71560, the RAF roundel is printed on the front of the sidecar which features a black interior for the passenger. Contrasting silver masking has been applied to the engine parts while the driver's seat, wheels and saddlebags are moulded in black.
N Gauge (1:148 Scale).
Packed: 6.2cm x 3.8cm x 3.8cm ( L x W x H )
Unpacked: 1.6cm x 1.2cm x 0.8cm ( L x W x H )
1:148 scale means that this is 148 times smaller than the full sized vehicle(s).