Trying to put a lot of the darkness behind me (still) so I'm moving back into building frames again, albeit, limited in scope.
This is a pre-production prototype Retro Can-Am. One is in the hands of one racer for evaluation with the second one to be delivered to another soon. (Sorry, don't need anymore 'test drivers.')
'Standard' 4+1=5 configuration.
Seven rails per side of .039" wire.
.032" brass front piece.
R-Geo motor bracket.
Already forgot whose steel guide tongue that is but if Rick makes one I'll be using it.
Pans are .062" but may be subject to change.
Haven't replaced my scale yet so I can't give you a weight.
In fact, some things functional and/or cosmetic may change depending on feedback and ease of building because, due to the interest of one distributor on word I was going to build again (whooooppppeeee….) I want to keep the price low and still make then available to distributers, raceway and racers direct. So there will be no ball bearings, front wheels or threaded axles. You can do that yourself (or form a bond with someone who can).
This, when finalized, will be the only model available for the time begin. Too old to crank out lots and lots like before.
Looking to start building them by the end of the month.
Not the best photo in the world but...