Kit Reviews

Tamiya Yamaha YZ250

By Dave Thibodeau
Published: December 20, 2012
Tamiya Yamaha YZ250
The Yamaha YZ250 is a reissued kit of the race works bike that won the 1973 Motocross Championship.      

Upon opening the box you will find plastic trees molded in black, white, satin and bright chrome. There is also a flexible plastic tree that has handlebar grips, a carburetor bladder, and the seat. The front forks are polished metal, along with a few bolts and nuts to assemble the wheels to the axles.    
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