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Old 02-09-2008, 08:49 PM
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Hi all , just stumbled across the mag on Saturday & didn't get much else done for the rest of the day. Loved it & will be back for more . Regrettably don't have a trike these days - a 'mate' persuaded me to sell mine long since & I currently have too many other toys taking up space . Given me food for thought though . Been looking back through old Custom Car mags from the
70's & wondering whatever happened to Bryan Godbers Honky trike - anybody know if it's still around ?
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Old 03-09-2008, 01:05 PM
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Welcome -

Let us petrolheads know what other toys you have then, pics are also good...

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Old 03-09-2008, 08:32 PM
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Thanks for the welcome - bikewise I've only got the one these days - a '98 1200 Daytona , had a Guzzi V50 III until I sold it last year - got fed up nearly killing myself pushing the bugger down the road when it didn't want to start .The trike which went too many years ago was a K2 Honda 750 - if only I'd known what it would have been worth now . The rest is not necessarily of interest here - 2 Unimogs , a couple of restored tractors , a '78 Ford Falcon ute, and one or two other obscurities: If anybody really wants to see pics of those I can bore you with a few .
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Old 04-09-2008, 09:47 AM
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Unimogs are good, really well suited to the scvhool run
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Old 05-09-2008, 06:18 PM
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Yeah - but the four door crew cab is a little less cramped than the two door .
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Old 06-09-2008, 09:13 AM
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So anyway......anyboby else here as old as me and remember Honky ?
These pics are January 1974 Custom Car .
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That'll be a no, in 1974 - I was um, really really small...
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No idea about '74 trike.Reminds me of a more recently built one with a suburu motor same color and layout .Wow,trippy huh?

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ps Ford falcon ute sounds like a great way to pick bits up
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No idea about '74 trike.Reminds me of a more recently built one with a suburu motor same color and layout .Wow,trippy huh?

drew

ps Ford falcon ute sounds like a great way to pick bits up
I wish , unfortunately , right now , it is a rusty heap occupying space in the garage & waiting for me to get a bit more time to work on toys . Does make nice noises tho .
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