Back in the early 1940s, the US Army asked Harley-Davidson to design a next-generation military motorcycle although the company was already producing the WLA, based on its traditional 45-degree V-twin engine. The army ordered a test batch of 1,000 XAs from Harley-Davidson. At the same time, the military also asked Indian to make a 750cc shaft-drive twin, and it came up with a 90-degree V-twin design. The idea was to put both new machines through their paces, and award a lucrative military contract to the winner.
Eventually, the army finished its testing, and decided that neither new bike would be built. Instead, they bought several thousand more Harley WLAs.
This is the soon-to-be-released (ETA February 2014) 1/6 scale WWII U.S. Army Military Motorcycle by ZY Toys made for 12-inch figures. It is quite nicely detailed with a number of moving parts. Great for pairing with your Hot Toys Captain America: First Avenger collectible figure (reviewed HERE, HERE and HERE) or for use with World War II U.S. Army 12-inch figures. Scroll down to see the rest of the pictures - click on them for bigger and better views :)
You can pre-order this 1/6 scale WWII U.S. Army Military Motorcycle by ZY Toys at TFH now
Bikes in my collection: Batman rides Batpod, Kitbash Bruce Wayne Biker, GSG 9 "Ulrich" on bike, Metropolitan Police Officer riding his Harley Electra-Glide, California Highway Patrol (CHP) officer riding his Harley-Davidson FLH1200, Operation Desert Storm SAS Scud Hunter, Action Man Super Bike, Action Man Bike, World War II Indian Military Motorcycle, World War II Harley-Davidson WLA 45 Military Motorcycle, Kamen Rider the First with Cyclone, Darth Maul's Sith Speeder, Kamen Rider V3 on Hurricane, Kamen Rider 1 and Cyclone, Akira's Kaneda's futuristic bike, Light Cycles from "Tron" the movie and Ghost Rider on his Flame Cycle.