My senior year in high school I fell in love with the design of Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Partly because I had a group of older friends that all rode Harleys. They included me in their group and of course I had to have one.
My first bike [...]
My version of David Grieve’s 1/9 scale Blücher. Painted in oils.
After building the tiny INDIAN 741B I wanted to try another motorcycle but a bigger scale. So, I got me an ITALERI kit of the Zundapp KS 750 with the sidecar scale 1:9 and boy was it bigger.
Still, a fun kit to build with lots of detail and part[...]
Hello, so after a small break i decide to start "new" old kit, it is from Revell from 2003. i want this kit for a very long time but it is almost imposible to buy it, I was lucky to find this kit in small little shop for a fair price. If I shoul[...]
"Tubes", "cables", etc, all done. Consider the Greeves finished.
Here is my recent build of Italeri’s 1/9 scale 1942 Harley-Davidson WLA motorcycle. My oldest son gave me the kit for Christmas two years ago but I waited a while before attempting the build. After doing my P-26 and Fw 190 D-9, I felt I needed a[...]
this is the old Esci mold from the 70's
the Wla Harley served U.S. armed forces from 1942 till 1945...they just made the same bike in 42 43 44 and 1945
it was a 750cc flathead motor
this one was attached to Omar Bradleys 12th Army headquarte[...]
R75 means 750cc
this craft served the Wehrmacht as part of 508th heavy Panzer in Italy and elsewhere
508th commanded by Major Hudel was present at the Falaise pocket and Anzio and Rome when that debacle took place
the unit was composed of 45[...]
As the United States prepared for the likelihood of war in 1940, Harley-Davidson was tasked with building a general-purpose motorcycle for the US Army. Based upon their existing W-series bikes, the resulting bike used a high-compression twin-cy[...]