German Motorcycle Orderly Soldier Set

This is a plastic model kit of a 1/35 Scale German Motorcycle Orderly Set from Tamiya. It's recommended for ages 10 and up.

Tamiya German Motorcycle Orderly Soldier Set Plastic Model Military Figure Kit 1/35 Scale #35241
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 Tamiya # tam35241
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Features :
  • Parts molded in tan and attached to sprue trees.
  • Set contains WWII German mid-size motorcycle DKW NZ 350, an orderly, a military policeman, and road signs.
  • NZ 350 features a highly detailed engine and front fork, separately molded side-bags and exhausts.
  • Military policeman and orderly are reproduced in natural postures and facial expressions.
  • Road signs for Normandy are printed on box side. Cut them out and use for diorama.
  • Military policeman is clothed in an M43 field uniform, adopted in 1943.
  • Orderly clothed in reversible camouflage smock and trousers. Refer to box for various camouflage patterns.
  • Accessories include a walther holster, a map case, binoculars, a helmet, and a field cap.
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Spotlight Review

 
"Satisfying build"
chemicalnco
The motorcycle part of the kit contained approximately 20 parts and they were all pretty much clean and free of flash. The chain a sprocket lacked any real detail but is hidden from view in the completed kit. The backs of the saddlebags are open and that opening is visible at some angles, I used some .5mm card stock to fill them in. The addition of some fine copper wire to the handle bars and run to the wheels and engine do a lot for additional detailing of the kit and is a really easy thing to do. The figures themselves are very cleanly molded and you have a choice of two different heads (one with a hat and one without) for the motorcycle rider. I nice touch. The kit provides road signs that you can cut out of the back of the box and the map that the rider is holding is printed on the instruction sheet (a tip here is to paint the back side of the map with either white out or white paint as the instructions themselves would other wise be visible in the completed kit).

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Features

  • Parts molded in tan and attached to sprue trees.
  • Set contains WWII German mid-size motorcycle DKW NZ 350, an orderly, a military policeman, and road signs.
  • NZ 350 features a highly detailed engine and front fork, separately molded side-bags and exhausts.
  • Military policeman and orderly are reproduced in natural postures and facial expressions.
  • Road signs for Normandy are printed on box side. Cut them out and use for diorama.
  • Military policeman is clothed in an M43 field uniform, adopted in 1943.
  • Orderly clothed in reversible camouflage smock and trousers. Refer to box for various camouflage patterns.
  • Accessories include a walther holster, a map case, binoculars, a helmet, and a field cap.

Specs

Scale: 1/35

  • Tamiya Product Number: 35241

Includes

One 1/35 German Motorcycle Orderly Set with Accessories


Requirements & Suggestions

  • Assembly
  • Plastic cement (TES3501) (PLS00002) (TAM87012) or glue (HLC107)
  • Paint: Gun Metal, Semi Gloss Black, Flat Black, Flat White, Flat Red,
  • Flat Brown, Flat Aluminum, Metallic Gray, Dark Yellow, Dark Green,
  • German Gray, Red Brown
  • Paint Brushes
  • Sprue Cutter (XUR410A) (EXL55594)
  • Modeling Knife (EXL16001) (XACX3627) (EXL16018)
  • File or Emery Board
  • Toothpick or Glue Tips
  • Tweezers (TAM74003) (EXL30416)
  • Adult Supervision
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Reviews

  
 
"Cool Kit"
Josey Wales 1867 (Bartlett, IL)
This was a fun kit to do. Great detail and look, biker came cool will be a great figure addition for the scene I am doing. It's just a good set at a good price.

 
"Another Tamiya Oldie"
johncpo41 (www.hobbiesinabarn)
Upon opening the box and inspecting the figures and the motorcycle I noted that the size of the figures is reminiscent of the older figures that Tamiya made years ago that appear to be slightly larger than the current ones. One thing is evident, is this size difference to anyone that started with Tamiya back in the 1970s. None the less, the age difference will make little difference should one decide the figures and motorcycle can be combined with the same era items into a diorama. A case for this would be combining the figures with the older field kitchen set from that particular era. I recommend this kit to experienced builders.

 
"MJSmith"
jasonlightstorm129
This model has excellent detail as well. I'm planning on adding it to a diorama with another kit. Can't wait to see how it turns out.

Comments

Keep small parts and sharp edges away from children ages 3 and under.

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