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Edition 1:10

NSU Quickly with figure 1:10

In the mid 1950’s, the German company NSU was the largest bike manufacturer in the world and exported its products to 90 countries. In 1957, 7,000 employees produced 350,000 motorized bikes. In 1953, the company from Neckarsulm presented the newly developed NSU Moped, the NSU Quickly, at the international bike and motorbike exhibition.

The NSU Quickly is seen as the first “real” moped in German’s post-war history. Under the advertising slogan “Stop walking, buy Quickly” it became an outstanding success and in 1954, the company already produced the 100,000th Quickly.

A revised version, the NSU Quickly N was presented two years later. It differed primarily from the previous version, by having a larger tank and a fitted protective leg shield. All in all, 980,000 units of this NSU success model came off the production lines.

The NSU Quickly N with a driver figure is a new highlight of the high-grade Motorbike Classics Edition produced with the greatest precision to a scale of 1:10 by Schuco.

The series fulfils the highest quality demands and is most inspiring due to its authentic high gloss finish.

Features, such as rotating wheels and a functioning suspension are firm components of this series and makes these so popular amongst bike collectors.

In combination with the driver figure, made from the high-grade modelling material resin, the set is limited to precisely 1,000 pieces and thus represents an optical highlight in every model collection. Both the Quickly models as well as the figure have a multitude of lovingly created details, which are to a considerable extent elaborately applied by hand.


Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

Victoria Avant with rider 1:10

The success story of the German bicycle manufacturer Victoria began in 1886 when the two businessmen and cycling fans Max Frankenburger and Max Ottenstein decided to open their own bicycle workshop.

Just two years later, in 1888, the one thousandth Victoria bicycle was sold, and in 1901 the first motorcycle rolled off the production line at the company's factory in Nuremberg. After producing innumerable bicycles, cars and motorcycles, October 1956 witnessed the launch of the sports moped Victoria Avanti.

The Avanti was the German answer to the popular sport mopeds from Italy. Characteristic features of the single cylinder-two stroke machine were - to correspond with a road racing style – narrower handlebars, tighter suspension, a sportier tank-seat combination and, last but not least, its fire red finish.

The Victoria Avanti complete with rider is a brand highlight in the high quality and precision performance Classic Motorcycle Edition 1:10 from Schuco. The series meets the highest quality standards and wows fans with its authentic high-gloss finish. Features such as rotating wheels and fully functional suspension are an integral part of these models and have established them as a firm favourite with motorcycle enthusiasts. In combination with the high quality resin figure, the set is limited to just 1,000 pieces worldwide and deserves a high profile place in every model collection.

Both the Victoria Avanti model and the agreeable rider feature many special details, the majority of which were lovingly created by hand.


Warning! Not suitable for children under 14 years.

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