Cushman Trike with Honda Goldwing Power

This trike probably started like as an industrial vehicle, but now it's a seriously overpowered golf cart.  The engine is a 1.5 liter flat six from a Honda Goldwing motorcycle.  Yes, that's the car-sized cruiser bike with all the tail pipes which is very popular with Baby Boomers


There isn't too much else to say about this one - it's basically a ridiculously fast cart, likely with essentially no cornering ability and, apparently with no seat belts.  If that's your thing, go for it!  Someone certainly spent a lot of money making this.

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Saint Charles, MO, USA
$1,000 with one bid, reserve not met and six days to go


Modern golf carts are just too stable.  How about one less wheel?


This is certainly unique.


Yep.


Things look pretty mild from this angle.


Here, the seats stand out.  Are those exhaust pipes?


Why, yes, they are!  One per cylinder...


"Interior" is pretty simple.  Note the lack of lateral support in the seats and apparent lack of seat belts.  Also note the Riviera in the background!


This does have a full complement of gauges.


Hurst t-handle!


Here's the engine wedged into a tiny space.  The trike layout makes this much more difficult.

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This 1999 Honda Golfster Cushman for sale has a 1,500 C.C. Honda Goldwing Engine, 5 Speed Manual Transmission, Professional Conversion, Air Ride Suspension, Reupholstered Vega Seats, Lights & Turn Signals, Hurst Shifter, Disc Brakes in Rear, Room in Back for 2 Seats of Golf Clubs, SunPro Gauges, 14" American Racing Aluminum Wheels, Street Legal, Titled as a 1999 Honda GL1500A Motorcycle, Will Go Faster Than Your Nerves Will Allow!


1 comment:

  1. Should have a Skull and Crossbones, and "Deathmobile" on the hood

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