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Discussion in 'Similar Vehicles' started by AriLea, May 27, 2016.
What would life be with out the Bond Bug?
Pininfarina x Concept
Does farm equipment qualify, if it's street legal?
If this doesn't give you a hint of the diversity in 3 wheelers, what can?
Great collection, thanks for putting it up.
But being from MN, I figured you needed to have a free way in the mix.
I was a fan of the Trihawk when it came out. Sadly, production ended after 90-100 units were made.
On page 3 you have the 1950 Bond and the 1950 Merya; you had commented "a blend of both of them?"
The only thing that came to mind was Meyrabond the new Super Adhesive!
That just looks fast; I wonder if the performance actually matched?
This one: (the one on the right)
For some reason brought to mind a customized CorVan (the Corvair Greenbrier vans that were out in the 60's)
I have no idea why; possibly the front rounded corners. Whatever, it's still very cool.
I'm surprised David Browers hasn't commented on this yet.
GOLIATH MADE TRIKES FROM 1928 -1961 .
THE DYNAMICS OF A THREE WHEEL TRUCK ARE DIFFERENT FROM A CAR .
YOU WANT THE LOAD SITTING IN BETWEEN TWO WHEELS FOR THE BEST STABILITY
SO WHILE TWO IN FRONT IS BEST FOR A CAR , NOT SO FOR A TRUCK !
HERE ARE PIECES FOR MY 1959 GOLIATH GOLI TRUCK WHEN I HAULED IT HOME .
THE ASSEMBLED ROLLING CHASSIS IS BUILT LIKE A TRUCK DESPITE THE TINY TWO STROKE MOTOR .
THE FRONT SUSPENSION ARM IS SOLID CAST IRON & WEIGHS OVER 30 POUNDS !
THE SPRING THAT SUPPORTS IT IS INSIDE THE CHASSIS TUBE .
AND THE TRUCK PUT BACK TOGETHER AGAIN . I STILL NEED TO WIRE IT & PLUMB THE BRAKES .
WOULD YOU BELIEVE THE NC DOT HAS TITLED THIS ONE AS A MOTORCYCLE ?