Tamiya 1/ 6 Dax Honda Export 70
Dax Honda Export 70
A Unique Little 2-Wheeler
Named for the resemblance of its main frame to Dachshund dogs, this motorcycle was unleashed on the world in the summer of 1969. It fused form and function, with the "T-bone" frame completely enclosing the gas tank within. A removable front section meant that this little bike could be stowed in your car truck and transported to your destination, where it could be re-assembled and ridden around for fun. It inherited an extremely reliable 4-cycle OHC single-cylinder engine from the legendary Honda Super Cub, and employed a 3-speed transmission, its budget price and peerless reliability making the bike a great model for those just starting out on 2 wheels.
About the Model
★This is a 1/6 scale plastic model assembly kit. Length: 250mm. ★An accurate rendering of the bike captures the distinctive "T-bone" frame plus internal battery and gas tank. ★Main stand and step are both moving components. The main stand is sprung, as is the brake pedal. ★Depictions of tires feature realistic tread pattern. ★Front and rear coil-sprung suspensions offer realistic motion. ★Removable front fork and folding handlebar mirror those on the real bike. ★Double seat has a realistic depiction of the leather feel, and can be opened and closed via lever. ★OHC engine features recreations of cooling fins. ★Wheels are matte metal-plated components. ★Front and rear fenders, muffler and handlebar are given a metal-plated finish. ★Includes vinyl tubing to recreate various lines and cables. ★Comes with Cartograf decals.