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Polistil Diecast Motorcycles and ATVs

Polistil was an Italian toy company that specialised in diecast metal and plastic vehicles. Polistil produced model vehicles of all kinds and sizes until in went out of business in 1993. It is now a May Cheong (Maisto) Group brand. Polistil was a prolific producer of diecast models and the range of Polistil diecast motorcycles includes a large quantity of these intricate model vehicles .

Polistil contemporary diecast motorcycles and ATVs

The selection of Polistil diecast motorcycles and ATVs contains vintage and contemporary motorcycles from several leading brand manufacturers such as Honda, Kawasaki, Suzuki , Harley Davidson and Yamaha.

Polistil model motorcycle boxes provide information about the type of motorcycle and its engines on the back. This information may include details about the engine capacity, number of cylinders, number of gears, brake horse power and the maximum speed.

These diecast motorcycles and ATVs are collected by model car and motorcycle enthusiasts. Unfortunately, they are not suitable for children, especially those of a young age, as they have very small parts.

Designed to be exact scale replicas of real motorcycles, Polistil diecast motorcycles and ATVs are made in elaborate detail. The model scales used are usually in 1:10 and 1:15 ratios.

Polistil diecast material motorcycles and ATVs

Like other diecast metal models, Polistil diecast motorcycle and ATV models are made by blasting molten non-ferrous alloy metals, such as zinc, magnesium, copper, aluminium or pewter into casting moulds at a high pressure. While they are mostly made from metal, these Polistil diecast models also have details made from plastic, rubber and glass.

Many Polistil diecast motorcycle models have moving wheels, real rubber tyres, working front and rear suspension, movable handle bars and even sliding chains and moving gearbox cogs. Some of these diecast parts are fragile and these products should be handled with care. They are held in an upright position by discrete model stands.

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