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Somehow I don't quite see the point of that thing.:baffled:
 

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you know, I've very opened minded when it comes to three wheels. But I think my mind just closed.
 

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I think it's kinda' cool looking. I'm impressed by the fiberglass work, and the guy's ingenuity in most likely dealing with a wife who doesn't want her hair mussed, and perhaps a child they wanted to safely bring along on their trips.

Would I own it? Not on a bet. But I do appreciate the work that was put into designing and building a one-off conversation maker for the next bike show he attends. :)
 

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Would be more interesting if it was controllable from either position. Then it could be marketed for those that are indecisive. :D
 

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Laverda, and Italian body-work naturally. In Ferrari Racing Red, what's not to like??? I'd never buy it, but I sure would like a ride...:action: :gunhead:
 

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I to can appreciate the amount of work that went into that beast and the design and engineering but it is not for me. It does grab your attention.
 

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Now THAT'S one heck of a "cup holder".

Will it seperate like"Star Trek", in an emergency?

I like that left side ejector hatch.

Anyone tried to cound the number of Clowns it will fit?
 

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I think it's way cool, but then I already own a sidecar rig and like all things motorized including golf carts! ;)

If it's got a motor and I can ride it (or in/on it) I'll like it. Heck, I even have one of those "Croozin Coolers", a hard cooler with an electric motor that I can ride around on!
 

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I would like to see it in person. I bet it is very interesting if you could get close enough to kick the tires. Does it have three or four tires?
 

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I made a boat once about 9 feet long on a golf cart frame. Used it in a parade, now don't ask what this is got to do with anything cause I don't know.
 

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How does a side car handle as compared to a trike? How good is it on corners etc...?
 

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I think it is kind of neat.

I appreciate the hard work to create it firstly, and just think of how many coolers will fit in that side car
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SETHAN12 wrote:
How does a side car handle as compared to a trike? How good is it on corners etc...?
wondered the same thing so last weekend test drove a harley trike.... almost identical handeling to a hack rig.... except the right wheel isn't out as far



so, if you can drive a hack you can easily drive a trike.... vice versa, sort of, hacks do have their own challenges in turns as, lifting the chair on a hard right , and lifting the rear wheel on a hard left
 

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SpiderBob wrote:
I made a boat once about 9 feet long on a golf cart frame. Used it in a parade, now don't ask what this is got to do with anything cause I don't know.
Hey SpyderBob, it a related memory.

I once made a 16 foot bar top in a 11-1/2 foot (apartment utility) room.
 
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