Tamiya 16034 Yamaha XS1100 Midnight Special
The XS1100 first appeared in 1979 and was Yamaha's first four-cylinder four-stroke motorcycle. Quickly earning itself the reputation as a powerful bike, Yamaha also released the XS1100 as a "Special" factory custom bike which offered pullback handlebars, a stepped seat, a smaller wider rear wheel, a smaller capacity tear-drop gas tank, fully adjustable suspension, and an altered frame.
About the Model
This is an 1/6 assembly kit of the Yamaha XS1100LG.
Excellent clear, red, and orange parts accurately depict lights and turn signals.
The form of the powerful four-stroke four-cylinder engine is precisely replicated.
The highly detailed gold-colored wheels and disc brakes precisely capture the mechanical wonder of this bike.
The synthetic rubber tires have a realistic tread pattern and sidewall maker and tire markings for greater realism.
Finishing off this beautiful motorbike are the moveable stands.
Gold-colored metal transfers for side logo.
Gold-colored metal plated parts for grab bar and headlight rim.