Trying out a new form of transport

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Colin
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Trying out a new form of transport

Post by Colin » 05 Jan 2021 03:25

On one of our trips up north we came upon an unusual trike. Powered by a very throaty Chevrolet 5700 V8, seating for 4 passengers proving very popular on various lengths of tours, I couldn't resist sitting in the drivers seat. These are built near Christchurch, Rangiora, and exported abroad. Nice vehicle.
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Dave the rave
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Re: Trying out a new form of transport

Post by Dave the rave » 05 Jan 2021 12:36

Proper :D
If in doubt....kick the Ruskies OUT ❗

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Re: Trying out a new form of transport

Post by Keith Bennett » 05 Jan 2021 13:33

Just love your stern and macho "don't mess with me, chum" - rather spoiled by your teddy bear in the back seat!! But my word, Colin, that's some mechanical conveyance. I hope it's got a reverse gear...

Colin
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Re: Trying out a new form of transport

Post by Colin » 15 Feb 2021 01:59

Hi and yes it does have reverse. Just a bit extra info, the company that made these only made 2 passenger seat models. The one here was the first 4 passenger seat built especially for this company. Now both models are sold.

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Re: Trying out a new form of transport

Post by PhilD » 22 Apr 2023 00:11

That looks awesome. Think I'd rather passenger it than ride it tho 👍

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