200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

weto
First of all, what might be the proper term for this
Second of all, ya'll have any idea of a manufacturer or examples of an original looking one?

I'd like to clean it up and make it look some hat original if possible.

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Gunhippie
A bumper wheel-chair? For Murderball, maybe?

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weto
wheelchair description's not bad, but my google skillz still failing!
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BSAGuy
That's very cool.  Definitely not built for comfort.
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Newfie
I've seen hand operated bicycles for paraplegics. Maybe that's the first version of one.
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Brian
Is it kid sized?  This Radio Flyer Cyclone seems like the modern equivalent. I'm not having any luck finding an old one.
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weto
it is kid sized, my 3 year old is just starting to fit it, which is why i'm finally getting around to cleaning it up.

I tried to sit in there, but at 6' 190 my hips about touch the wheels and I'm eating my knees if i try to put my feet on the pegs.



that cyclone really does look like the modern equivalent. good lead there.
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Gasman64
Right away I thought of the "Marx Krazy Kar" I had in the early '70s...(I had to Google it-forgot what they called them.)
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