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updated 17/09/2014

art@spitfireart.com
+44 (0)1273 843749
+44 (0)7976 312058 (mobile)

Custom built three wheeler cars and kits
 
click the images above to enlarge, download, and print as a brochure

 

click on any of the pictures above to go to the gallery  
Remember...superb aluminium bodywork...with 120 louvres,... not just fibreglass!

The pictures above are a standard Aero Cycle Car MG3 Merlin Beetleback.
 
www.trikingmorgan.com

The Triking-Morgan project.

The project has now been sold on, but prior to doing so, I had a sculptor spend time finishing off Tony Divey's rough bodywork bucks (which I still have) into a state from which I could then have substantial moulds taken. I now have these moulds and to date we have "pulled" 2 sets of mouldings.

The Triking-Morgan project was a collaboration by the ex Lotus draughtsman, Tony Divey, (originator of Triking) and a German Morgan agent. The idea being to create a more vintage looking Morgan styled Moto Guzzi powered three wheeler. It had very rudimentary sliding pillar front suspension and genuine vintage Morgan chassis lugs from an early three speeder.

From my new moulds, I can pull mouldings enabling you to create a "one-off" machine.

Front covers are 350

Rear covers are 350

A standard Triking windscreen will bolt straight on to the cover enabling windscreen wipers to fitted if you so wish.

 

   

  click on the above pictures to enlarge

 

email me at art@spitfireart.com

 


              
  Replica Morgan three wheeler kits and cars, trikes, specialist sports cars and kit manufacturers of the original BRA CX3 MG3 & CV3 cycle cars
www.aerocyclecars.com www.aero-merlin.com
www.veetwintrikes.com


The Aero Cycle Car  is  a  two-seater, open cockpit, sporting car in the tradition of a 1920s Triking type cyclecar.
The Aero Cycle Car is similar to the Morgan Three Wheeler.