You don't see vehicles like the Morgan Three-Wheeler and Polaris Slingshot everyday. They're third or fourth cars for owners who drive them a few times a year at best. That's why you almost never see them on the road. But despite each tricycle's rarity, you're bound to run into another one at some point. We have a feeling that's not the case with this one.
The Tri-Magnum, as it's called, is based on a Honda Gold Wing touring bike, converted to a two-passenger, three-wheeled kit car registered as a motorcycle. The front end is from a Volkswagen Beetle, and it incorporates a wedge-shaped design along with a concept car-like central front-hinged windscreen-shell opening.
The Tri-Magnum's says the entire assembled kit weighs just 1200 pounds, and produces a healthy 94 horsepower from the 1984 GL1200 Gold Wing engine, according to .
This one, for sale in Virginia, has no reverse, no heat, and no air-conditioning. What it does have, however, is the ability to be driven on public roads and the looks to get anybody to take their cameras out for a picture.
If you're looking to drive one of the most unique vehicles on the road, this wild kit car might be the way to go. Check it out with six days to go and a high bid of $2025 and reserve not met.