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Hey fellas saw this when I was in Lake City Florida visiting my parents last month, dont know what it is but it looked really Interesting, had music symbols air brushed all over it, never seen one like this, figure I would share this pic.
 

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I don't know why this loaded upside down, dammit.
 

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Damn. Someone had some time into that. Looks like some BMW parts on it too. Did you see what motor was in the back?
 

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Fixed it for ya.


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Ugly is what it is , someone spent some time on it though ..........

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Thanks RFG, I just was intrigued about the amount of work that went into it, it's different, rather have an HD trike any day, but still can appreciate the work involved.
 

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Thanks for sharing, definitely interesting, looks like a plumbing job gone array in the front.
 

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No I did not, I had never seen one like this, from the look of the suspension and tires I bet this bad boy handles pretty damn good, cool and unique.
 

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Wow! Not my taste, but the work that's gone into it is impressive. Lot's of thought, like passenger rails, frame work. I'd keep an open mind for a ride at least, then it might need a new paint job!
 

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The leading link front end is intresting used on sidecar rigs to light streeting. rake helps but changing taril helps even more.
 

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I've seen several of these in videos on trikes so it must be commercially produced, or possibly a frame and suspension kit. The ones I've seen were (still) using rebuilt old VW motors.
 
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