"In order to build a model on scale I always make it starting off from the original model, first I observe the motorcycle in full detail to become completely familiar with its general lines, otherwise it would be possible to lose any detail. I begin to copy or to trace the elements that take engravings, decals, fotolites etc. from the real motorcycle; these elements are the only ones that I do not do in my factory.

 In the first place, I begin drawing the frame and wheels with milimetre scale paper 1/6, here it is where construction and assembly of these elements begin. It is then when the motorcycle begins to have a general form, frame and wheels; from this point on I begin to draw the plan and begin the construction of the engine and the rest of the parts until I finish the model.

 This it is the moment when one adjusts and check the operation of all the mobile elements of the motorcycle: brakes, clutch, wheels, transmission, etc. Then I dismount completely all the pieces and give them the finishing touch, polishing, nickel, chrome platings, decoration and painting. Then I begin the assembly process again, which takes me approximately between 250 and 400 hours, depending on the model".

The usual materials are:





Thin O-wire

Napa Leather


Automotive Paintings



Once the model is finished, one album of memory with documentation and photos showing the global building and assembly process is given to the customer. A copy of the planes on scale 1/6 is included in this file