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TricarMan
Posted 5/17/2017 6:23 PM (#93541)
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I have a 2006 Hannigan Tricar for sale. It is in excellent shape, always garage kept, loaded with many extras, and low miles. If i can figure out how to load pics of it, I will add them to this ad. This is my first time to site so I might not get everything loaded correctly. This TriCar is a real collectors item. Only 75 were made and they are very rarely listed for sale. The Tricar is a really comfortable ride for 3 people. This one is loaded with everything possible. Cost $56,000 new. Selling for $29,500 or make offer. No longer need it. I bought it so my handicapped sister could ride with my wife and me. What is a Tricar? Its a Trike with side car built into the body of the trike. Very stable riding. This would be the "Cadillac" of side cars. Text me at 318-294-5003 if interested. I can send more details and or pics. Located in Logansport, LA.

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LMR
Posted 7/18/2017 7:04 PM (#94195 - in reply to #93541)
Subject: Re: TriCar for Sale


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Could you give a picture of where to get to the spark plugs? How is access to the battery?
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TricarMan
Posted 7/18/2017 11:19 PM (#94197 - in reply to #94195)
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Spark plugs and battery are same location as any other Goldwing GL1800. There's no problem getting to them. Battery is under side cover.
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LMR
Posted 7/19/2017 6:35 AM (#94200 - in reply to #93541)
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I understand that but could I get a picture from the front of in between the car and bike?
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TricarMan
Posted 7/19/2017 8:33 AM (#94202 - in reply to #94200)
Subject: Re: TriCar for Sale


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Sorry, I am away from home for a week but if you want me to forward you some pics, I will do that when I get back home. Call or text me if you have specific questions. Will be glad to help.
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shabelj
Posted 7/19/2017 2:14 PM (#94208 - in reply to #93541)
Subject: RE: TriCar for Sale



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I know TriCarMan will be sending you pic when he gets home, but just for fun, I think this is the view that you are wanting to see. This may be a little newer tricar but the mount should be pretty much the same.



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LMR
Posted 7/19/2017 3:31 PM (#94214 - in reply to #93541)
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Shabelj, can the car be removed for access to the bike and also to be painted?
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shabelj
Posted 7/19/2017 9:37 PM (#94221 - in reply to #93541)
Subject: Re: TriCar for Sale



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Location: Baton Rouge, LA
this is not my bike, so i am not the best source of information. This is a picture of a Hannigan Tricar at a Honda dealership here in Baton Rouge. I don't think they are seperable like a average sidecar rig. They come custom painted with the bike when Hannigan builds the unit.
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