MASA Slingshot - For Sale or Trade

Discussion in 'Recumbent bicycles' started by LeakyDuck, Oct 5, 2007.

  1. LeakyDuck

    LeakyDuck New Member

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    I have MASA Slingshot circa 1975 that I bought as a pile of bike parts. It now has a new chain, 2 new tires, cleaned, lubed and ready to ride. It still has the original seat. The only thing missing is one idler, other than that it is (as best as I can tell) original.

    My husband, neighbor and I have been riding it and it is a blast. Why then you ask am I willing to part with it? Because I need something that I can ride on the road. Ground clearance on the Slingshot is just too limited for going over railroad tracks (which I have to do all the time)

    What is it worth? Beats me so I will start off asking $1500.00 or best offer OR since I still need another bike what to you have that you will trade me for it? I could only post a thumbnail but you can email me for better and larger pictures.
     
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  2. toonarly

    toonarly New Member

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    I have a classic Honda Big Red 3 wheeler ATV, Drive shaft with reverse. Largest Honda made in 3 wheel class. Has hitch and full racking. Runs great. will trade straight across.
     
  3. Bicycle Man llc

    Bicycle Man llc New Member

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    I'm interested in purchase or trade. Peter, 607-587-8835 or [email protected] at bicycleman.com
     
  4. kana_marie

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    Is it still a available? What about pictures?
     
  5. blazingpedals

    blazingpedals New Member

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    The original post was in 2007.

    The Masa Slingshot is a historical piece, not much more. It was meant as the basis for a racing class of recumbent trikes, which never took off. For actual riding, you'd be much better off with a used modern-era trike.
     
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