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Tuesday, November 7, 2017 09:52 PM Write a comment

(1) Dan Trewartha: "Would I love to have the plans to build one of them!!!!(Hint, Hint)"

From what I understand people with enough computer skills can get the particulars of an object from a photo fairly easily.

I found a picture of one of the Crazy Horse frames on the Web. I don't have any idea how I could find the person who originated these, and there's always the possibility that he's got these patented, but I'm certain this photo shows enough of the frame where the engine/transaxle's mounted to give an idea of what you'd be working with.

I wrote to and spoke with the person who bought this frame. He's somewhere in Northern California, which sounds right as that's where the originator did all this at. Fellow didn't like the way the frame sat so he chopped it down to a VW trike. Sacrilege to my way of thinking as you'll never find these things again unless someone like you, Dan, can revive them.

Have Welder, Will Travel, right?

Dan Trewartha Thursday, January 11, 2018 10:06 AM
I am going to try and locate more on it. The pic is great. After I had the 2 back surgeries, I have a hard time riding my 87 Lowrider Harley. Laid it over at a stoplight one day. Not enough strength in my legs. Not much for trikes, but if it keeps me on the road. I am happy!!!

Curt Monday, April 2, 2018 01:03 AM
Just saw your post, Dan, and I noticed that's a VW engine sitting behind the frame. So I'm not sure now how pristine that frame is, the owner may have already started cutting on it. Pretty sure I still have his phone number, he is or was in a trike club. I know he changed the rake but am unsure what he had to do to mount the VW engine.

Not everyone gets excited over trikes but these Renaults were novelties. I hope you're healing up well, but I know the older a person gets the less likely it is for that to happen. Three wheels is less than two but for the old and infirm they make do.

Seriously, I hope you're well.
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