The Harley WLA was often called 'The Liberator' as it was seen ridden by soldiers liberating occupied Europe – it was used in many of the theatres of war the US had it’s troops in, as well as any of the Allied nations who also used this bike. The bike and the packs and personal protection holsters were a useful addition to any rider out there all alone on the battlefield as well as a heavy duty carrying rack in the rear that could support an ammunition box or two radios, and saddlebags could be hung from its sides. A scabbard placed up front was sized large enough for the driver to tuck a Thompson submachine gun or a rifle or carbine in. On the other side of the front wheel, another ammo box could be attached.This kit contains all of this and delicate photo etched parts to suit the thin features of this bike
These are five figures of US servicemen looking after their vehicles. - one is pouring in "gas" from a "jerry" can, the second has both hands on his trucker clock while he is driving along, another is pumping up a tyre with a hand driven pump whilst the other is leaning over a fender in a useful generic pose - the last figure is seeing to his nuts with his tyre wrench. All of these guys look like you could use them anywhere and in a lot of different scenarios and with different vehicles.
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