Nothing fell out and I made it home safe. There was another frame on the back seat too for a total of 4 nopeds hauled by the Oldsmobile.
I did get a lot or stares though. (edited)
I have to admit I'm impressed with the car. It gets good mileage for how large it is and has cast iron heads.
There is a lot more plastic and failing electronics than previous models though.
But overall a decent moped hauler. And more economical and comfortable than a pickup and much easier to work on than a van/minivan.
Should of spray painted 666 on the trunk lid for more dramatic stares.
I wish I would have taken their picture. Jaws were dropped, I kind of want to put them back in the trunk just for more shenanigans.
Maybe, 666, more mopeds, a dungeons and dragons vinyl and lawn darts just to show them the end is near. lol
You do what you have to do to get stuff to the dump:) (edited)
> Sir Clip Wrote:
> You do what you have to do to get stuff to the dump:)
Pretty much, the one on the bottom is complete though and I hope to get it running for my wife. I feel guilty for taking so long rebuilding her bike so hopefully I can just get this one going quick.
Also with this many spare wheels I don't have to worry about her hitting a pot hole, lol.
You could build a dual engine trike. But that would mean getting two engines going.
Would you happen to have a kept bar mirror in that score you would sell?
Unfortunately 3 of them have pretty much already been stripped, and the 4th one doesn't have any mirrors.
It's weird because I've never come across so many exact models same color. I fear that they were all together at one point like a family set or something in a rich college professor type part of town and sat unmolested in a garage for many years then someone got their hands on them and took them apart and sold/lost many parts?? They were left outside too for sometime.... : (
Sad and strange.
Also much respect to that Mazda.
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