“Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well-preserved body. But rather, to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming .... WOW what a ride.”
Thanks for sharing the picture of your pillar lift John - something I must consider for my next build
Red & Black Sonic7 - 1.8l Zetec - on the road since June 2011
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I must apologise for any misunderstanding, the picture is of the lift, to give people ideas.Anything else in the picture is pure background and not to be thought of.This is another picture of the arms of the lift, obscured by a dusty orange thing and has to be ignored.
Well Stuart the rear wheel can be got for 1000,but I made mines for 150. Reverse not a problem 2solutions are available if you want it. And as far as the raised roof, can be lifted in a standard garage as the engine cover is now seperate. I love the looks but a fat bloke like me cannot remove himself from the seat with any dignity. Will have to make sure no one is about when I try. I think another trike will be built after this,cheap test and road tax I would think it will be a RTR one?