PW34 (3) 1950's AA Motorcycle Patrol (incl. trfrs)
Picture shows illustration of model when completed
The Automobile Association had used motorcycles and sidecars for some time but in the early 1950's they introduced the more powerful BSA 600cc M21 machines. They had special AA modifications to the handlebars, tank and mudguards. In 1952 they began to be fitted with two-way radio and had an AC generator fitted. Initially there was little protection for the patrolman although during the mid 50's various experiments were carried out with windscreens, led-guards and fairings.
Our model includes parts to make the model, a patrolman, jewelled headlamp and transfers for the sidecar.
Requires assembly and painting.
This model is also available painted and finished. Ref Z104