Can you ID this 3-wheeler moped?

I found this recently - no ID on it anywhere.

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i cant see anything.....

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IT DOESNT EVEN EXIST!

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Those are Rare.

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i have a storage garage full of those

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Andrew Squiggman /

the white one right?

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here...

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Holy Cow, that thing is Awesome. Ive ner seen anything like that. Get it.

Those handelbars make it look home made, but its prety extravagant for a home build. How much is it? What kind of engine.

That thing is super cool.

Imagine sitting on that bench seat and driving.... Awesome.

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Andrew Squiggman /

pretty sweet

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that is a tri-ped

eric has the same one but his has a roof over it

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minarelli?

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I already got it - I rescued it from the threat of a trip to the scrapyard in the Philly area. It has a 25MPH Minarelli in/on it.

It is not handmade, but professionally built. The handlebars and mount are very unique.

WOW!!!

HOLY HELL!! It still has its pedels!!!

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Cool!

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Dave Peterson /

Look in the photo section under Tri-ped. I had one of those and it was a blast to drive around.

Skipjaz

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There was a company named Poirier that made invalid trikes. You would hand-crank them to get the bike moving to start it up, and to help uphill. This one has a Sachs motor:

http://www.3wheelers.com/archives/archive2/body_gal193.html

I've seen them with Solex motors, too:

Three-wheeler gallery:

http://www.3wheelers.com/archives/archive2/body_gal193.html

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