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Thread: Three wheeler

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    Three wheeler

    If you don't want to spend £5K on a Roadster you could try this

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    ..................and here's how to check the weather before you venture out topless (the car that is)
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    Re: Three wheeler

    My mantra regarding three wheel transport has always been:

    Two wheels at front (Morgan, Polaris Slingshot etc) = good
    Two wheels at back (Bond Bug, Reliant Robin, this car etc) = bad

    Still saving up for the Morgan.........
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    Re: Three wheeler

    Quote Originally Posted by wiggiesworld View Post
    My mantra regarding three wheel transport has always been:

    Two wheels at front (Morgan, Polaris Slingshot etc) = good
    Two wheels at back (Bond Bug, Reliant Robin, this car etc) = bad

    Still saving up for the Morgan.........
    Try a CanAm BRP Spyder. Two at the front, one at the back, 1300 triple Rotax, 6 speed semi auto, power steering ABS and all the necessary toys.
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