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Discussion in 'Motorized Tandems, Trikes and Recumbent Bicycles' started by Intrepid Wheelwoman, Nov 2, 2011.
Here is a four wheeled model.
I swear it accelerates uphill faster than my turbo diesel van.
Lovely sound when the engine's pulling well, isn't it?
It is a lovely sound indeed Ludwig.
I have wheel-barrow, just to find Honda engine (neighbour had one, but like it too much to give me engine)...
Anne would like this one.
[FONT=Arial, sans-serif]Hello to all lovers of motorised tricycles and quadricycles, with or without pedals![/FONT]
[FONT=Arial, sans-serif](especially to our “spiritus movens” - Anne the Great):[/FONT]
[FONT=Arial, sans-serif]Merry Christmas and Happy New Year![/FONT]
[FONT=Arial, sans-serif](for you, your kids and grand-kids, family, too – meaning all dearest persons around you)[/FONT]
[FONT=Arial, sans-serif]Attached is fresh photo from Belgrade, centre of city with lighting decoration (it is from internet, I am still here in Bern)... It isn't anything special or glorious, because city government decided to decorated all squares, boulevards and bigger streets, from centre to periphery and suburbs, so that all the people could enjoy in that.[/FONT]
[FONT=Arial, sans-serif]My Very Best Regards,[/FONT]
WOW! that's Kool, nice they did that. And the same to Zoran
I knew Bob Collier, he was the engineer behind the swing arm frame for the Model 7 500cc Norton, and a string of heterodox trials motorcycles as well as a 1,000cc parallel twin Norton that frightened the managing director of Norton into fresh underwear in 1942.
I only found this today.
Anne, if your still watching this is for you.
Nice period photo with cute velocars and happy people!
In the middle of photo - could that be automobile with gass-generator on trailer and pneumatic rezervoir on top?
P.S.: Anne, we are missing you a lot!
I believe your correct Zoran. I was wondering if the photo was taken just before or after the war. The gas generator looks very professionally made and not like the gas generators made during the war when they used what ever they could find to build them.
I found this on Pinterest, as usual it has no information attached, but I think it's nice.
KOOL! Looks to have the frame go up under the box, so must have steering spindles on the front axle. Be a fun little buggy............Curt
Just saw this on the H.A.M.B. Cycle Car site. Oh, the possibilities with pedals and electric power and street legal.
Lovely old late 1930s Reliant. The engine is the 750cc sidevalve Austin 7. There were earlier vans with a 750 V twin.
They did other things as well.
The Ukrainian Dnepr KMZ K1-V