leslie vandiver I have been working on this model as well, mine however is made by ESCI 1/9 scale I will post some pictures shortly for you, I have built the ESCI Harley Davidson WLA45 also 1/9 scale.....Now after I finish the R 75 I have the Dragon Sd.Kfz.2 1/9 scale Kleines Kettenkrad but I am wanting to get a little more experience before I finish them they are fun for the scale size and I am having issues with finding the right cement for the Dragon because I started to paint the 1/9 figure and nothing seems to hold well any suggestions?
14. January 2013 at 01:31:52
Mike Kryza Hello Leslie - the Revell BMW is the same as the Esci ones. (reboxed)
14. January 2013 at 17:19:11
leslie vandiver Hey Mike I am going to start trying to paint my maybe today but I found this site SVSM GALLERY MW R75 This site has some amazing detailed photos of the bike that will help when painting or the decals Sir thanks and its an honor to find you as a friend.....
15. January 2013 at 20:17:35
Mike Kryza Thx a lot for hint - it's really very informative. I'll look tomorrow in a quiet minute at the site. But I think it will last a little while before I start with the BMW... .
15. January 2013 at 20:44:12
simon Hi ...some time since this post but this kit is now expensive as its getting rarer , I've got the chance of a esci bmw /sidecar 1/9 but in Black /chrome wheels etc (after war civilian model) I'm thinking of converting to Wehrmacht but IS this exactly the same kit but a different finish Mike ?
28. September 2016 at 06:30:04
Mike Kryza Hello Simon - the BMW R 75 was specially build for the German Army. I think the Revell box includes the original sprues from Esci. Only with some colored parts. At that time the manufacturers don't change the parts/sprues like today.
28. September 2016 at 17:35:20
Mike Kryza I forgot - the military version has always(!) the sidecar.
28. September 2016 at 17:37:06
simon Thanks Mike , see if he still has the kit for sale ????
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