Have you ever heard of Snowco three wheelers? With names like the Tri-Scat and the Nomad, it’s easy to see why you aren’t familiar with them.
There is nothing more fascinating for DIY enthusiast than getting their hands on some vintage machinery that they can break down and rebuild to its former glory. If you are looking for a Snowco three wheeler, you will need to travel far and wide to get your hands on one. There is something rather appealing about the three wheelers that will appeal to adults with a penchant for nostalgia. The low ride will appeal to those who cant get enough of go-carting. These little machines also come without suspensions and the massive noise pollution from one of the engines will make you stand out from the rest. By the way, the seats are often not cushioned but some riders have added some comfort to their seat to make it easy on their body when they take their bike out for a spin.
Modern ATVs or four wheelers with a lot of sophistication means that older Snowco three wheelers made in the 70s are no longer in vogue. However, if you are the type that will take the time to fix anything you can lay your hands one, you can get a working bike for about $500 and adapt it to your taste. There are people still selling theirs for less if the engine is not in a good working condition.
Because of modern road safety standards, you might be unable to ride around town in your newly purchase three wheelers. However, for those who live in remote areas far from law enforcement officers, it can be a lot of fun annoying your neighbors (if you have any) with your new pride and joy.
If you are looking for a Snowco three wheelers with original parts, that will be almost impossible to get. That is because the market for these vintage bike is small and most people have had to modify them with whatever was available to keep them going.
Gone are the days when you can easily repair your car by pulling out a cable from anywhere and connecting it to another. Those who lived through the era of the Snowco three wheelers will look back wishing for the days before everything had a nano-prefix.