Loc: Auckland New Zealand
Originally Posted By: PaulJ
How many of you name your cars? I suddenly thought Molly would work for mine? Not original or imaginative, but fun.
we have named ours "Henry". Feel it had to be masculine, even though all our other cars have been named after the fairer sex. Subsequently have been advised that this fits in with Sir Henry Morgan of Captain Morgan rum and a notorious British Privateer!!
Like you have 6-8 weeks to wait as Henry travels the oceans deep
Loc: Michigan, USA
Another view of the 3 wheeler at the NYIAS, one thing I noticed in these NY auto show videos and pictures is the use of a car license plate on the 3 wheeler. Possibly it is just for show since it is a custom number, or in NY these will be registered as cars? I cant see the later as a possibility because it would eliminate the bypass of safety laws that the motorcycle/trike classification brings.
Charlie, Eccentric American Anglophile 2012 3 Wheeler - Sport Teal/Tan MOG Great Lakes Member
registering it as a car completely destroy the chance of it being sold in the US? There is no way that it would reach ANY of the crash standards required of a car sold in the US. The only way this car can ever be sold in the US is due to exemptions given to it not being a "car".