Last week, Mash unveiled its limited edition Force 400 at the annual Parish Motor Show – and it takes styling cues from the historic motorcycles used during World War II.
Of course, Mash has some experience creating limited edition machines, previously producing a custom Five Hundred model in partnership with Von Dutch. But now, it’s going one step further with a much more distinctive, military-styled machine.
Mash’s intention was to create a fairly honest replica of a historic military machine – like the ones used by America’s armed forces during the Second World War. And the French-brand has done a decent job, using a Mash Five Hundred 400 as the base machine, and then adding green army-style paintwork, a split seat, and a mounted jerry. All that’s missing is a gun holder.
Available from March 2019, Mash’s latest machine will be priced around € 4,695 – plus an additional €149 for the passenger seat – which works out just over £4,100. But, if you want to get your hands on the new Force 400 – you better move fast, because there’s only going to be 200 units available in Europe.
For more information, visit: www.mashmotorcycles.co.uk
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