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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Bigcheese327, Dec 4, 2007.

  1. banjeaux bob
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    Just a matter of modifying the sump to collect oil.It had to have pressurized lubrication.If not there are plenty of engines that have had their cranks pressurized.Model A Ford engines come readily to mind.Funk,Peitnpaul(sp),etc... pictures from The experimental Aircraft Museum in Oshkosh.
     

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    Why does this look like a wheel is missing??!!
    LOL, Fred V
     
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    Hale Morgan about 1952.1100cc J.A.P.. Ewan pic
     

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    J.J. pic
     

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    For all my freezing friends...
     

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    Senechal , Marc pic
     

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    I'm thinking that as the Boomer generation ages and we begin to deal with the reality of worn out knees, there might be some of us that would like to go for a putt in a motorcycle that we don't have to hold up or lift back up after we've dropped it. This is the main reason for my project.
     

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    Raayberg Marc pic
     

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    1924/26 Salome Shelsley Special Morgan /GN
     

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    An LAT image
     

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    VSCC image
     

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    Morgan. G.L. image
     

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    Hardy Special. G.L. image
     

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    Bedelia at full throttle competing in the Montanglaust hillclimb of 1912.
     

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    New desk top!
     
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    car fiends.... looks like a page out of Dr. Suess's "Go Dog Go"!
     

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    Spec sheet for the Pridemore Cyclecar of Northfield MN. The Pridemore first appeared in literature in February 1914. I can't actually tell if any were ever made or sold as there is no more record of it after April of the same year.


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  18. banjeaux bob
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    GN "Thunderbug" at Cadwell Park. Simon pic
     

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    Morgan at 2012 Banbury Vintage Motorcycle Run. Simon pic
     

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    They seem to have zero caster.
     
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    Prescott 2013 . G.L. image
     

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    F-N G.L. pic
     

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    Pierre Viossat in his 746cc Mathis at the 1934 Klausenrennen.
     

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    We have seen this radial engine beauty before in 2 of these images.Today we'll add a third.
     

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    Morgans
     

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    Yeah, and speaking of that, why did all those cars have so much positive camber? What was their philosophy for that?
     
  28. Iholmesgb
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    Twin City Cyclecar, constructed in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1914. I'm currently toying with the idea of attempting some kind of recreation of this.


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  29. banjeaux bob
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    Here's some pictures and stuff from Bedelia enthusiast Marc from France.
     

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  30. SR100
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    Cool! Very interesting body. Do you have a rear view? (The caption is wrong.) Is it just my eye, or is the side view significantly lower than the front? I vote for the lower setup.
     

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