Two Classics

Discussion in 'Ranchero Pics' started by Kev250R, Nov 18, 2011.

  1. Kev250R

    Kev250R In Overdrive SILVER MEMBER

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    I needed to pick-up a three-wheeler I own from storage so I decided to take our 'Chero! Seems to fit pretty well so I thought I'd share! The trike is an '84 Honda 110

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    Kevin
     
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    nice pic, thats a classy old round body!
     
  3. ForistellFord

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    Had a 3 wheeler similar to that years ago. Lot of fun.
     
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    Did it rust away in the back yard?


    Nice!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Ah, no, it didn't. That's a curious question. It was under a tarp and it ran very well. Any rust was surface except for the muffler. It ended up being sold or traded, I can't recall which.
     
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    I had a 1986 Quadrunner. I wish I still had it. You can't find them for sale anywhere. I got a blade for mine and it was the best snow plow around.
     
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    Aside from that Honda I had a Kaw 3 wheeler too. It was even more fun because it had electric start. Could not kill those things. They could kill you though. Great picture, Kevin. Memory caller.
     
  8. Kev250R

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    Thanks for all the comments guys! I actually have three other three-wheeler's as well. '83 & '84 Honda 250R's, an '81 Honda 185s (inherited from my Father). The 110 in the picture went with us to the desert last weekend where a friend of ours 12 year old daughter rode the wheels off of it! (Quite literally, we woke-up Sunday to find the front tire had come apart!)

    However other than the 110 none of the three-wheelers have been ridden in the past couple of years; my wife and I mainly ride quads and dual-sport MC's now. As much as I hate to, I think after the first of the year all of the three-wheelers (except for the 185s) due to space constraints and the fact that we just don't ride them anymore.

    Kevin
     

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