Does it have something to do with 6 cubers being really hard to get on a top-shelf LOLThanks Kensie, the bottom shelf is reserved for 6+ cubers..hehe.
Steve, anytime. I’m in Richmond, KY.
Cooking, isn’t it a great sickness to have!
I picked up these today, along with a pressure washer and a stihl trimmer
What you have here is a heavily modified mid '60s Centaur Folding Scooter.
Originally had a Clinton reed valve two-stoke with a belt torque converter. Had an alternator under the flywheel to run a headlight and brake light. It will fold up inside itself and was mainly sold to people with small airplanes or sailboats to use to run around town at their destination.
Here is mine, completely restored:
Folded up it looks like this:
There are fold out foot-pegs for a passenger. It will do about 40 MPH flat out but gets kinda squirrely to steer, and the brakes were cable squeeze mechanical shoes and drum on the rear wheel only so stopping can get interesting.