"Fire Cycle" Trike
Based on a Chevy smallblock V8, Fritte built a frame to support the driveline to the rear axle.
He made the body out of plywood and covered the inside, roof and seat with black vinyl.
In front a very long Harley-Davidson springer was installed.
We believe he got some inspiration from Ed Roth.
The trike with a "fireman doll" was very appriciated at the Hot Rod Show 1971 Marmorhallarna.
After that, Fritte unfortunatley decided to dismantle the trike and parts spread, so it had a short life.
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