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George - a modified scooter

Hi George, I started a new thread so this wouldn't get lost. One of our friends added a second seat to his scooter so he and his wife could ride together. He even took the scooter on vacation and rode it on the boardwalk in Ocean City, MD. We all took turns and it was fun and attracted loads of attention. Hope your pain will leave so you can have fun with your new scooter too.

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(NT) link?

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Hi Sasha Tee..

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Funny I was thinking about something like that. I mentioned it to the wife how nice it would be. Happy She said. "You got to be kidding" You are crazy if you think I'm going to ride with you.

Have you got a picture? I'll show it to her and tell her, here you go dear, its a done deal. This is the closest I can come to one. Cool

http://img150.imageshack.us/img150/863/cautiontowind3dv.jpg

Courtesy of Del, I think.

George

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(NT) :-) Clever!!!

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link (I hope)

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Yes, it worked! Now....

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.... wives can still be back seat drivers. Happy

Angeline (who can;t find her signature right now.) Happy

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Love it. Came out beautiful.

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Showed it to the "War Dept." (wife). No response.

I can see a lot of work went into modifying the original. Must have some pretty good hefty batteries in there to run it. I like it.

George

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I know J, :)

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And she isn't going to ride any scooter with you:) LOL! But Jim said it looks like fun! You could drive and he will wipe out the shelves Devil

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Yeah, with a set of..

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Canoe paddles, we could do 2 isles at a time. Happy

George

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Jim

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Is ready to go:) J and I will not pay the bail for either one of you bad boy's:) LOL

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Sasha...here's a "scooter" George and a...

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(NT) WOW Jack - that one would glow in the dark

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(NT) ...and do a quarter mile in 9 or 10 seconds...LOL

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It would actually glow in the dark, from...

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...the orange glow coming off the hot exhaust pipes...LOL

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Oh man, Now theres some power..

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I could have some fun with that Jack.

George

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George, that's Chevy's 502 big block crate engine, their...

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...top of the line "GO MACHINE"...LOL...and about 550 HP...give or take...depending on enhancements. In that configuration, it'll do a quarter mile in about 9 to 10 seconds. It even has an automatic transmission...a big "moochie" one. Be sure and look at the other links on that web page.

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the other links on that web page.???

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Jack, all I have is the picture which is fantastic, but no links to others.

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Sorry George...I let my mouth overload my ***. Here's a...

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Thanks Jack...

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That blue one #13 with the little blond seated in there is awesome.

George

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there's a list here george

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Thanks Jonah. Good catch. I didn't even know...

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...these pages existed. You seem to have a propensity for "catchin'" that "good stuff"...LOL.

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Thanks Jonah...

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I like that bottom one (Trike). Side by side seating. Plus the Black one (cycle-blk). Hell, I like them all.

George

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I'll tell you one thing, George. All these....

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..."go fast wanna be's" ain't seen nuthin' 'till they see one of these "scooters" be up in the next County before the "wanna be" is outta 1st gear.

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Today, on the way to work

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I saw a guy riding a 'real' scooter, the kind with two wheels. He was just barely moving along, too, because it had such a puny motor on it (well maybe it can go faster?). I looked around and saw observers getting a kick out of it. The scooter guy seemed to be oblivious to all that. I Googled "scooter" and saw something similar to it, except this one is red instead of yellow. This red one is an electric one, which must explain the absence of a gasoline engine.

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Hi Dragon.....

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Yep, it looks like the old Vespers, that was popular around here a few years back. (An Italian Scooter) They are alright on the road and will go about 25mph to 35mph I think. Probably gets 125 mpg too. I'm not familiar with the electric ones.

George

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I forgot where I mentioned this

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But at the mall a couple of weeks ago, I saw a lady in one of those electric chairs going -=FAST=-. Must've been going close to 20 mph. I never realized until then that they made anything that fast, I guess because of the ads I see on TV.

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