Tamiya Harley Davidson Flh Classic Black. The FLH Classic was the top model in the line-up of the world-renowned Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Company. It debuted in 1979 and was based upon the FLH 1200 Electra Glide. The bike featured upgrades to various parts to make it a deluxe model, and it retained a classic design including the coloring choices. It used a "Shovelhead" engine, so named on account of the shape of its rocker covers. At the time, the air-cooled V2 engine could claim to be among the largest in the motorcycle world with a displacement of 1340cc. The bike was 2.4m in length and weighed some 340kg in all, cutting a majestic figure worthy of being called the "King of motorcycles".
1/6 scale plastic model assembly kit of the Harley-Davidson FLH Classic. Length: 400m. The model faithfully recreates the form of the bike from front to back, in an enjoyable assembly style. Body parts are black and engine parts are grey. The engine includes polish-finished and matte-finished metal-plated parts. Uses numerous metal parts including handlebar and front guard. Synthetic rubber parts are included to depict seat, grips and more. Working front and rear suspension use coil springs to provide realistic movement. Brake pedal and stand are also moveable parts. Semi-pneumatic rubber tires feature a realistic tread pattern.