In the past few years, Royal Enfield motorcycles have become the favorite choice of young generation in India. Especially, the new classic models based on Royal Enfield’s G Model manufactured back in the 1940s have lured the young hearts with their vintage look. The stylish design along with reliability adds to the market value of RE motorcycles. However, the new design and growing demand have increased the prices to new heights as well. So, if you are a big fan of these big machines but can’t afford one, we have a smaller and cheaper version of RE classic motorcycle for you. Yes, a 1:12 scale model of the Royal Enfield Classic 500.
The miniature scale models are the part of first ever official replica series released by Royal Enfield. The scale model series is manufactured by Maisto International Inc. Maisto is a California-based brand that creates die-cast models of automobiles, aircrafts and motorcycles. The collection features Royal Enfield 500 1:12 scale model in two colors: Black and Desert Storm. The replica is a must have collectible for auto-enthusiasts and RE lovers all over the world.
The die-cast Metal model is highly detailed and comes with few plastic parts. The 1:12 Royal Enfield Classic 500 scale model is 17.5cm in length, 6.5cm in breadth and 10.5 cm high. Weighing 250 gm, the bike comes with steerable handlebar and free rolling wheels. It also features movable chrome rear view mirrors along with working rear suspension and side stand.
The Royal Enfield Classic 500 Scale Model by Maisto is priced at INR 1,200($17 USD). Currently available for pre-order only, the product will start shipping from 1st week of May 2019. These Royal Enfield 1:12 scale bike models will be available in limited numbers. So hurry up and pre-book one on the Royal Enfield’s official website.
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