PitRoad 1/35 Japanese IJA Type97 Motorcycle RIKUO with Sidecar G50
PitRoad 1/35 Japanese IJA Type97 Motorcycle RIKUO with Sidecar G50

Plastic model kit, assembly required. Glue, paint and finishing supplies not included.

The Rikuo is the world's first motorcycle with a two-wheel-drive sidecar with the ability to control the side wheels, allowing improved performance on rough terrain. It was adopted in 1964 and used for reconnaissance and other missions until the end of the war. It was also used in the Navy Army Corps for reconnaissance. Includes one driver and one machine-gunner figure, as well as a light machine gun, and optional windshield parts. Order today!

  • [Size]: Approximately 7.8cm long

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PitRoad 1/35 Japanese IJA Type97 Motorcycle RIKUO with Sidecar G50

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$43.99
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Plastic model kit, assembly required. Glue, paint and finishing supplies not included.

The Rikuo is the world's first motorcycle with a two-wheel-drive sidecar with the ability to control the side wheels, allowing improved performance on rough terrain. It was adopted in 1964 and used for reconnaissance and other missions until the end of the war. It was also used in the Navy Army Corps for reconnaissance. Includes one driver and one machine-gunner figure, as well as a light machine gun, and optional windshield parts. Order today!

  • [Size]: Approximately 7.8cm long

We are not responsible for any taxes, duty, VAT, customs or other fees on the receiver’s end.

Check out our other items, and save on shipping!

Please complete all your shopping before checking out, we cannot combine shipping on separate orders.

Sorry, no shipping refunds can be given for combining separate orders.

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