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Joe/Flyin' Under The RadarThe Legendary Hammerdown Wagon(sold)
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Nice. Thinking outside the box like the Delta Wing. Its like a Reliant Robin in reverse.
Max speed of 107mph
Notice how it said "take your kid to soccer practice"?
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Ooh,hang on. That is the throb of a turbocharged flat four engine. A sound which,all over the world,heralds the imminent arrival of a moron - JC.
I'm sure it will catch on with a few people, but I don't think the average American car buyer's view has changed enough for these to sell like hotcakes. Neat idea, and it's great that somebody's doing this, but it will take time to catch on, just like EVs. But the EV can, and I strongly believe will, be solved, unlike this, which is just simply too small to be practical for most. Maybe it will sprout a new market, who knows? I just don't expect high volumes to be sold.
Speed never killed anyone, suddenly becoming stationary, that's what gets you. -Jeremy Clarkson
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One thing that's always bothered me about 3-wheelers...if something's in the road, you have less options to avoid hitting it. With a wheel down the middle, you basically have to leave your lane.
I'll be interested to watch this develop.
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2013 Subaru BRZ Limited
2002 Subaru WRX Bugeyebrid Wagon -- SOLD
2002 Subaru WRX Sedan -- SOLD
What would be nice is something with a low and wide front end. Turbo charged manual and that'd catch my eye. Keep it low and light increases chances of fast and sporty!
Cool idea, but I hope to god I never drive something like this.
I built a 3 wheeled solar car while at UNM. I loved how it handled. It had a very low center of gravity and was not even close to street legal. Fun as hell though. If I had the cash I would buy a Morgan.
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