Tamiya 48th Shizuoka Hobby Show 2009 Photos

16019 Kawasaki Z1300 Kit

56027 1/16RC Russian Heavy Tank KV-1 Full-Option Complete Kit

58431 F104 PRO Chassis Kit w/Body

58436 `73 Ford Bronco (CR-01 chassis)

58437 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution X (TT01-E chassis)

58438 Mini Cooper Racing (M05 chassis)

58441 RCC Buggy Champ 2009

58443 M05 PRO Chassis Kit

74089 Electric Screwdriver Set PT01

78022 1/350 Japanese Navy Cruiser Mikuma

84057 1/12 Black Porsche 934 (TTG GT-01 chassis)
89784 1/48 BAe Hawk Mk.66 Swiss Air Force

89788 1/70 Apollo Lunar Spacecraft

94687 Mini 4WD Yomiuri Giants Special

94688 Mini 4WD Hanshin Tigers Special

3 thoughts on “Tamiya 48th Shizuoka Hobby Show 2009 Photos

  1. Ken

    About the motorcycles (sorry that maybe not so relevant to this hobby show)… Tamiya had made numerous 1/6 & 1/12 precision models of bikes, many innovated RC cars, and a lot of 1/32 racers. But I am puzzled that throughout the years Tamiya did not make a RC bike, or a motorized "junior" bike model (like the 4 examples below)… Or had Tamiya actually attempted to make one in the past?

    Kyosho – 1/8 Honda NSR500 (RC)

    New Ray – 1/9 Ducati Desmosedici (RC)

    Takara-Tomy – Honda Forza (RC)

    Lee – Yamaha YZR500 (there was a similar series by Tomy in the past)

  2. Ken

    Hi, I finally got some information about the "motor" for the old 1/70 Apollo. Recently someone sold this old model at ebay:

    The seller wrote in the description:
    – Rare motorized 1/70 kit!
    – Kit has both Command & Service modules
    – Old kit, no date found on box or instructions
    – Box is open, cellophane has been left on to protect the artwork, box 9/10
    – Complete with instructions, parts still SEALED
    – Motorized – suspend it for simulated flight! (Parts for suspension included)
    – Hinged Module panel allows detail viewing of Service Module interior
    – Hinged door in Command Module allows interior viewing
    – 3 seated astronaut figures included
    – Molded in white, gray & black
    – Accurate decals

    I still can't figure out what "suspend for simulated flight" means, but at least that gives me some clue. BTW, this old kit was sold at USD 203.5 :O

  3. tamiyablog.com

    Hello, we also had seen some auctions of it lately, "suspend for flight" means you could hang it on the ceiling and with its motor it would "fly" some circles, this was quite common for 60s-70s toys.

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