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      Has anyone built this Revell Werner Bike Germany kit?
      Scored one on Ebay. Supposed to be from a comic but have never seen
      one before. Might have also been built as the real thing (1:1) still searching

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  1. Dr Dave's Avatar Yearly Subscriber
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    Hi Marc, I haven't heard of that bike. Can you put up a photo of it when you get it? I'm curious to know what it is.
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    I've seen them although I've never built one. Isn't it 1/9th scale & have 4 single cylinder in-line engines?
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    There are two of the Werner bikes on the market. First was the "Red Porsche Killer", second one the "Satte Liter Schuessel". Both were built in real life. The Red Porsche Killer was raced vs. a 911 Porsche at Hartenholm/Germany. Try a Google search by using these terms.

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    hello,

    I have already built both.

    With the "Red Porsche Killer" I have carried out a lot of changes there the model after the original vehicle was not built separate only after drawings.
    The "Satte Liter Schüssel" I have built before purely from the box.
    These build würd I with pleasure once again and then hold me fully to the original.










    www.scale16.de.vu
    the modelkit databank for the scale 1/16
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    hello,

    here sometimes pictures of the originals






    and here the last shout of Rödger Feldmann "Brösel", The Dolmette
    it is with "only" 24 chain saw engines propelled.
    Was to be seen merry like each engine separately with push pull cable to be started had.




    This does not give it unfortunately as model

    www.scale16.de.vu
    the modelkit databank for the scale 1/16
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    That is some crazy bike. Pull start 24 engines, Heck I have a hard time starting the
    weed eater. Thanks for the input. Keramh thanks for finding those pics of the real bike.
    Marc
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    hello,

    more informationen you find on German Werner Seite. Werners Homepage
    Under the point "SCHMIEDE"

    www.scale16.de.vu
    the modelkit databank for the scale 1/16
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    Thanks for the links. Should come in handy when I get to that project.
    Marc
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