New Die-cast 1:18 Scale Models Motor Bikes from Solido, NewRay and Maisto

Solido Miniatures featuring the Joe Bar Team Collection & The Moto Collector models, these are not being made anymore so this may be your last chance! 

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Joe Bar Team 

1:18 scale diecast model Kawasaki 750 H2

Includes Bonus Jean-Raoul gassing it figure as well as the figure shown

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  Story of the Triple

 

 

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Power 71 HP

Cylinders 3

Weight 210 Lbs

Top Speed 203 KPH

Legendary Kawasaki 750 triple Mach4 

A real widow maker, very peaky 2 stroke, nothing till you get to 4500rpm then it rips your arms off and wheel stand so hard your bum drags on the road. Then the handling! Jean-Raoul Ducable checking his gloves.

Joe Bar Team 

1:18 scale diecast model Ducati 900 SS Desmo

Includes Figure as shown

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88004

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Power 70 HP

Cylinders 2

Weight 225 Lbs

Top Speed 210 KPH

  Ducati Desmo Italian passion and innovation in the desmonic vale system where a special cam closes the valve so no springs or valve float. Guido Brasletti fastening his helmet. 

Joe Bar Team

1:18 scale diecast model Honda CB 750 4 

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88002

 

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Power 67 HP

Cylinders 4

Weight 218 Lbs

Top Speed 200 KPH

Edouard Bracane Riding 

1:18 scale diecast model Suzuki 750 ROCA 1974

153451 $199AUD  

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1:18 scale diecast model Norton Manx 1951 Short Circut

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84044 $199AUD  

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1:18 scale diecast model by Solido, BMW R69 S 1960 84041

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Power 12 HP

Cylinders 2

Weight 202 Lbs

Top Speed 175 KPH

 

1:18 scale diecast model by Solido, Mobylette Motobecane Bleue & pump

84026

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1:18 scale diecast model by Maisto, Honda Valkyrie MHV

     

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1:18 scale diecast model by Maisto, Ducati Desmosedici GP7 Casey Stoner World MotoGP Champion 2007

Motorabilia Exclusive Bar Code Edition! 

Special Presentation Box

31562BC

Celebrate Casey Stoners 2nd World Moto GP Championship victory with a model of his 2007 Moto GP Championship winning Ducati!  Celebrate Casey Stoners 2nd World Moto GP Championship victory with a model of his 2007 Moto GP Championship winning Ducati!  Celebrate Casey Stoners 2nd World Moto GP Championship victory with a model of his 2007 Moto GP Championship winning Ducati! 

Celebrate Casey Stoners 2 World Moto GP Championships with an exclusive model of his 2007 Moto GP Championship winning Ducati! 

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Celebrate Casey Stoners 2nd World Moto GP Championship victory with a model of his 2007 Moto GP Championship winning Ducati! 
1:18 scale die cast model by NewRay, Yamaha YZR-M1  Valentino Rossi World MotoGP Champion 2005 67003

 Yamaha YZR M12 Rossi

The stand in the photos is not included

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1:18 scale diecast model by Maisto, Honda RCV 211 2005 Nicky Hayden (2005 World MotoGP Constructors Champion) HRCV

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1:18 scale diecast model by Maisto, Ducati 996 SPS D9S

     

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Joe Bar Team 

1:18 scale diecast model Norton 850 
Commando 

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88003

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Power 60 HP

Cylinders 2

Weight 221 Lbs

Top Speed 200 KPH

The Norton Commando is all British class in black and gold. Solidos 70s classics would not be complete with out it.

1:18 scale diecast model by Solido, BMW R90 - 6 1974

84045

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1:18 scale diecast model BMW interceptor 

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88006

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Power 60 HP

Cylinders 2

Weight 210 Lbs

Top Speed 188 KPH

 

Joe Bar Team

1:18 scale diecast model Kawasaki 750 H2 "Cote de Mesdon les gases" 

Includes Figure as shown

88007

Story of the Triple

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Power 71 HP

Cylinders 3

Weight 210 Lbs

Top Speed 203 KPH

Kawasaki 750 triple Mach4 Racing with Jean-Raoul punching.

 

1:18 scale diecast model Moto Guzzi V7 Special de Joe 

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88005

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Power 45 HP

Cylinders 2

Weight 228 Lbs

Top Speed 170 KPH

1:18 scale diecast model BMW R60/2

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84028

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Power 30 HP

Cylinders 2

Weight 198 Lbs

Top Speed 145 KPH

 

 

1:18 scale diecast model Kawasaki 750 H2 Cafe Racer 1972 8400R

Story of the Triple

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Power 71 HP

Cylinders 3

Weight 210 Lbs

Top Speed 203 KPH 

1:18 scale diecast model Honda 750 4 1969

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84002

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Power 67 HP

Cylinders 4

Weight 218 Lbs

Top Speed 200 KPH 

1:18 scale diecast model by Solido, Suzuki 750 GT 1974

 

84043 Sold Out

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1:18 scale diecast model by Solido, Moto Guzzi V7 Speciale

84040

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Power 45 HP

Cylinders 2

Weight 228 Lbs

Top Speed 170 KPH

 

1:18 scale diecast model by Solido, Norton Commando 750 Cafe Racer

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84046

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Power 70 HP

Cylinders 2

Weight 182 Lbs

Top Speed 216 KPH

The Norton Commander is the quintessential "Cafe Racer"

1:18 scale diecast model Norton Commando 750  Production Racer

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84035

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Power 70 HP

Cylinders 2

Weight 182 Lbs

Top Speed 216 KPH

1:18 scale diecast model Solex & pump 84027

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1:18 scale diecast model by Solido, Ducati 900 SS 150330

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Power 70 HP

Cylinders 2

Weight 225 Lbs

Top Speed 210 KPH

1:18 scale diecast model Norton Commando 850

1968

Road Bike

 

84003

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Power 60 HP

Cylinders 2

Weight 221 Lbs

Top Speed 200 KPH

 

1:18 scale diecast model Kawasaki 750 H2 

150327

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Power 71 HP

Cylinders 3

Weight 210 Lbs

Top Speed 203 KPH

Kawasaki 750 triple Mach4 Racing 

 

1:18 scale diecast model Jawa 50 Pionyr 

BN010

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1:18 scale die cast model Honda RC211V 2003 Valentino Rossi MotoGp World Champion Repsol Honda 

Motorabilia Exclusive Limited Edition of only 100 pieces

MOTOHV

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1:18 scale die cast model Yamaha YZR-M1 2004 Valentino Rossi MotoGp World Champion Gauloises Fortuna Yamaha 

Motorabilia Exclusive Limited Edition of only 100 pieces

MOTOYV

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Kawasaki triple
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Kawasaki 750 Mach IV

The Kawasaki Triple is a generic nickname for a range of motorcycles Kawasaki Heavy Industries (Japan) produced. This range of motorcycles ranging from 250cc to 750 cc were built and exported from 1969 to 1980. The name comes from the motorcycle's unconventional engine layout, an air cooled three cylinder two stroke with two exhaust pipes exiting on the right side of the bike and one on the left.

The first Kawasaki Triple was the H-1 Mach III 500, introduced in 1969. The original H-1 was unique for using a CDI ignition which operated through an automotive style distributor. The H-1 offered a high power to weight ratio for the time period, but also generally poor handling and weak drum brakes front and rear. It was the quickest production motorcycle at the time. When motorcycle journalists expressed some disbelief, Kawasaki suggested they take a new H-1 to the drag strip. Using a regular production model with only 7 miles on it, Tony Nicosia ran the quarter mile in 12.96 seconds at 100.7 mph for the press to witness. Tony Nicosia set many world records with Kawasaki triples over the following years, including some land speed records at Bonneville Salt Flats.

In 1972, the 750 Mach IV was introduced. Updated with more power and better front disc brakes, the 750 became the undisputed king of the streets, even beating legendary muscles cars of the era such as the Dodge Hemi Cuda. However, wobbly/dangerous handling caused it to be nicknamed the "Widowmaker".

The ability to cheaply modify the engines for higher performance by porting the cylinders, milling the cylinder heads, and installing expansion chamber exhausts maintained their popularity for some time in drag racing. A 750 H-2 still holds the record for the fastest nitrous injected 750 cc motorcycle, with a standing quarter-mile of 7.776 seconds at 170 mph by Brian Pretzel of Redline Motorsports and the fastest normally aspirated 750cc motorcycle with a standing quarter-mile of 8.24 at 153 mph held by Joe Bird of Fremont Nebraska.

In 1974, the 350 cc S-2 was expanded to a 400 cc S-3. In addition, the model range was toned down in performance. The H-2 ceased production in 1975, and the model line became the KH series in 1976. United States production stopped in 1976, while the 250 cc KH-250 and 400C KH-400 continued in Europe and elsewhere until 1980.

The S-1 was popular for some time as a budget performance bike in England because of its small size. The entire S series of motorcycles used breaker point ignition, which was more reliable than the early CDI ignition and much cheaper to repair or replace.

An interesting offshoot of the Kawasaki Triples was that since they were air cooled and the crankshafts were pressed together, it was possible to literally cut an engine apart, press up extra sections of the crankshaft, re-weld different sections of the cases, and make multi-cylindered motorcycles. The ignition system had to be redone, as well as the carburetors. Four cylinder 1000 cc H-2's were known to exist,[citation needed] but the most common bikes to be modified were the S series, with 5 to 7 cylinder models being built,[citation needed] and at least one "V-6" (two three cylinder banks feeding into a common transmission). More of a machinist's skill exercise than a practical development, they were still a popular modification in Europe. They were impractical because the engine was made much wider and the clutch and gearbox were put under more strain. Another modification was a liquid cooled H-2, which was done in the late seventies in either Australia or New Zealand.

Brief model summary:

1969
H-1 500 cc white w/blue stripes, distributor CDI ignition, drum front brake, "Mach III 500" badge on side cover and "electronic ignition" decal on oil tank. Late 1969 saw the introduction of the Charcoal Grey model

1970
H-1 500 cc red w/white stripes on the fuel tank.

1971
H-1A 500 cc, style redesign without the Mach "III" badge, blue with stylized stripes on the fuel tank.


1972
Entire line introduced, intended to be similar in style, with the "swooping" racing stripes on the tank that distinguished the triples.
S-1 250 cc, white w/green stripes.also in red S-2 350 cc, red,also in white drum front brake
H-1B 500 cc, orange, disc front brake, CDI dropped for breaker points, and a front disc brake.


The H-1C was we believe the Kawasaki factory using up its leftover parts. It had CDI instead of the points on an H1B and also a front drum brake as opposed to the disc on the earlier H1B. Also a few cosmeticchanges. 
H-2 750 cc, Blue or Gold - Gold versions were in the early production run and went to the home market of Japan, Australia / Southern Hemisphere and Europe but not to the U.S.A., front disc brake, CDI ignition with one igniter unit per cylinder.

1973
S-1A 250 cc Gold or orange
S-2A 350 cc Orange or Blue.
H-1D 500 cc Adopted H2's CDI ignition and the styling that would be used on the later 1974 models.
H-2A 750 cc Purple/Gold.

1974
All models restyled with a new cleaner design that resembled the Kawasaki Z-1, with an instrument "pod" rather than separate instruments. All models revised for more civilized performance at the expense of raw power.
S-1B 250 cc green, front drum brake.
S-3 400 cc blue or red, disc front brake, restyled cylinder head design for better cooling.
H-1E 500 cc green or red.
H-2B 750 cc brown/green.

1975
S-1C 250 cc blue.
S-3A 400 cc Green or Red.
H-1F 500 cc brown or Blue.
H-2C 750 cc red/purple.

1976
H-2 dropped from line, models renamed "KH" to match the "KZ" line of four strokes.
KH-250 250 cc.
KH-400 400 cc.
KH-500 500 cc.

1977-1980
Only surviving models are the KH-250 and KH-400.
KH-250 250 cc.