Harley Davidson 1907

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Included Formats
3ds Max 7.0 mental ray 3.3
Lightwave 6.0 Default Scanline
Softimage 3.5 Default Scanline
Maya 8.5 mental ray 3.5
Cinema 4D 9.0 Advanced Render
Autodesk FBX 5.2
3D Model Specifications
Product ID:448754
Geometry:Polygonal Quads/Tris
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:Mixed
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# 3D Model Features:

# Model and Geometry:

-high quality 3d model of the mototcycle ideal for close-up.
-geometry is polygonal quad/tris.
-the model is corectelly scalled according to real world scale (lenght ~203 cm).
-all parts correctelly named (grouped in .max, .mb, .c4d ).
-model statistics:

# Materials and textures:

-all materials included (some mental ray shader used in max)
-all materials correctelly named.
-all textures included (.jpg format).
-all textures correctelly named.
-textures resolution range 756x512 (for small parts) and 4096x4096 (for big parts).
-background include included. (3200x1800)
-textured parts are UV Mapped (unwrap method + standard uvw).

# Lighting setup, envirenment, effects:

-lighting setup available and scene available only for .max, .mb, .c4d formats. (see screenshot on thumbnails).
-no 3rd part (pluguins) needed to open or render.

# Formats available (all checked):

.max 3dsmax 7 and higher.
.mb Maya 8.5 and higher.
.c4d Cinema 4D 9.0 and higher.
.lwo Lightwave 6 and higher.
.xsi Softimage 3.5 and higher.
.3ds general 3dstudio.
.obj general wavefront obj.
.fbx Kaydara FBX 5.2 and higher.

# History of the model:

The year 1907 was a milestone for Harley-Davidson. The company incorporated in September, selling its first stock to employees and board members. That November the founders rented a booth at the Chicago Auto Show to recruit dealers, offering price breaks as a lure: $30 for every fifth bike ordered. The 1907 bike cost $210. It could travel over 500 miles on one tank of oil, a feature tested personally by co-founder Arthur Davidson when he rode a 1907 model to New England to recruit even more dealers.
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