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Old 06-25-2012, 12:39 PM   #1
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Trike & Trailer

I met this gentleman from Kentucky who was at the Flying J here in Calgary.
It is a VW trike pulling a small trailer.
Inside there is a twin air mattress and the back hatch was the kitchen which he remove for extra storage. The black box at the very back is used for counterbalance so he can keep the front wheel on the pavement.
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Old 06-25-2012, 05:08 PM   #2
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very cool!

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Old 06-26-2012, 06:59 PM   #3
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I have a neighbor who builds VW trikes (I bought one - the 21st one he built) and he travels quite a bit pulling a tear drop trailer behind a VW trike. His latest trike has a Chevy V-8, lots of shinny things on it, and WOW!! That's a great one but not for me. NOT for everyone but he sure enjoys it. I towed a VW trike around the US and up into eastern Canada. I don't remember the town north of the border but we parked at a Walmart to overnight and a police car pulled up. I expected we were going to be told to move on but the officer got out with a camera and took several photos. They can be real attention getters.
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When I was a 16 we had a neighbor who owned a car dealership someone traded in a vw trike with the bench seat in the rear, he brought it home and let me have fun with it when I got tired of it he sold it.
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