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Message Number: 48 - Saturday, March 18, 2017 23:20:14 PDT
[IP = 70.58.49.67] -
Posted From:United States
Name:  Dave Norton
City:  Rogue River
State:  OR
Country:  USA
Age/Occupation:  73, retired mechanical engineer
Comments:

Jameison,
Long time no chat! The Shrike is still alive, 32 years and 159K miles.
In all these years I'm yet to see another vehicle that so epitomizes the concept of a high performance no-compromise street legal bike-engine 3 wheeler. The IndyCycle is pur sang. You may be justifiably proud of your work. Does it still exist?


Message Number: 47 - Wednesday, October 12, 2016 11:41:51 PDT
[IP = 73.83.83.163] -
Posted From:United States
Name:  DaveJ
City:  Auburn
State:  Wa
Country:  USA
Age/Occupation:  Over 60 now/Retired
Comments:

Re-post as I am post #46.

I have retired and am looking for a hobby to get me off the couch. I am a hobby but trade school trained welder and fabricator.

I admin a reverse trike ONLY forum and would love to do a build and write up of the build over on http://reversetrike.proboards.com/


Message Number: 46 - Saturday, March 28, 2015 10:19:51 PDT
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Posted From:United States
Name:  Dave J
City:  Auburn
State:  Washington
Country:  USA
Age/Occupation:  Over 50/Telecommunacations
Comments:

Its been a long time and no current messages from Jamieson in a long time. So are the plans still available? I don't want to plunk out $75 and find the plans are Disco'ed. Any more pictures from anyone that has built one? DaveJ


Message Number: 45 - Thursday, November 27, 2014 14:03:25 PDT
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Posted From:United States
Name:  Alex
City:  irvine
State:  CA
Country:  United States
Age/Occupation:  29/Machinist/We;der
Comments:

Hello I am very impressed with your trike design I was wondering if as it sits can you fit a bigger engine in there like a 1000 or a 1200 cc?


Message Number: 44 - Tuesday, August 27, 2013 02:47:24 PDT
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Posted From:
Name:  Doyle
City:  Naugatuck
State:  Ct
Country:  USA
Age/Occupation:  58 / IT
Comments:

I saw one Sunday at the Dream Ride in Farmington, Ct so very cool




Message Number: 43 - Thursday, November 8, 2012 14:26:55 PDT
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Posted From:United States
Name:  austin crawford
Comments:

Just wanted to say what a great way to show your building skills. Keep up the great work.


Message Number: 42 - Wednesday, September 5, 2012 11:40:54 PDT
[IP = 174.30.57.38] -
Posted From:United States
Name:  Dave Norton
City:  Rogue River
State:  or
Comments:

Hey Jamieson,
How about an update. Did the vehicle survive so far? Sold? Dumped? Stored?
Dave
nortonshrike.com


Message Number: 41 - Private Message

Message Number: 40 - Monday, February 13, 2012 18:35:06 PDT
[IP = 68.49.200.98] -
Posted From:United States
Name:  charlieham
City:  Baltimore
State:  MD
Country:  USA
Age/Occupation:  51/ facility tech.
Comments:

I like your indycycle. I was wondering how much did it cost you to build.


Message Number: 39 - Monday, October 10, 2011 11:59:14 PDT
[IP = 72.37.171.76] -
Posted From:United States
Name:  Don
City:  Muscatine
State:  Iowa
Country:  US
Age/Occupation:  51 - IT
Comments:

Love the Indycycle concept and have passed it on over the years. I like the looks of it better than Jim Musser's, though I do love the idea of putting it together quickly like his kit.
Thanks for your service! I'm retired Navy myself.