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Dennis Thomas's 1930 CycleKart German – “The Boulevard Cruiser”
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“The Boulevard Cruiser”
Handmade Cyclekart using wood, steel and aluminum

First competition Tieton Grand Prix III

Vehicle Information

Owner: Dennis Thomas   [Dennis Thomas]
Location: phoenix, arizona, USA USA
Status: Running


VIN:1930BMW315PSWARTBURG
Model Year:1930
Build Date:2015-01-01
Current Colour:silver
Body Code:Hand built one off
Engine Type:single cylinder 4 stroke
Engine Code:GX200 (200cc)
Transmission:Torq-A-Verter
Last Updated:2015-07-31 22:11:28

 

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Member Comments on Registry: 1930 CycleKart German   ↵
Rated 9.8 out of 10 based on 11 ratings
2015-04-02 05:54:53 # 25074
Comment by Mike Poinsett
Fantastic workmanship! I love the cross spring, beam axle concept. Beautiful metal work.Well done!!
2015-04-02 19:39:13 # 25090
Comment by Brian C
Dennis,Another Triumph!Great body work. Are those rivets or screws.
2015-04-02 20:09:24 # 25092
Comment by Don Nothwang/c
I be liking that Dennis
2015-04-02 23:38:35 # 25096
Comment by Dennis Thomas
Thanks guys! I appreciate your comments. Brian, I'm using screws, and lots of them....it's kind of my thing.
2015-04-03 02:51:55 # 25098
Comment by Henny B
Rating: 10/10
How soft is your aluminum, do you think your front suspension would work on a reversed trike (Morgan) . How did you finish the edge of the cockpit. Can't see on the photo. How thick is your sheet metal. I dropped my back cover yesterday. Made a nice dent. Btw very nice looking ride Henny
2015-04-27 00:09:39 # 25616
Comment by Dennis Thomas
The aluminum is .032 thick #5052. I think you could make that front axle work on most any car you build with a little modification. The edge of the cockpit is has 3/4" thick plywood (2 layers of 3/8" bending ply) for strength. I used a little bit of 16 gauge steel here and there. The car is a little on the heavy side being a 2 seater and all. It will make a nice boulevard cruiser for my wife and the kids.
2015-04-27 02:58:21 # 25617
Comment by Douglas Anderson
Stunning!
2015-05-07 07:52:34 # 25834
Comment by Aaron Freeman
What spring are you using on the front of your kart and do you feel it is too soft or stiff or just right?
2015-05-07 18:08:20 # 25856
Comment by Dennis Thomas
The spring is from Engels Coach shop. They make horse drawn wagons and the spring came off the wagon seat. The spring comes with 2 leaves and I removed to shorter top one. The spring rate is perfect and the suspension works very nice. http://www.engelscoachshop.com/ Click on the Accessories section and scroll down to find the spring.
2015-05-07 21:19:09 # 25866
Comment by Don Nothwang/c
I think thats where I got mine too
2015-05-08 07:21:31 # 25874
Comment by Aaron Freeman
Thanks, that helps a lot. Now to get started on my 32 Deuce roadster.
2015-09-26 10:10:53 # 29411
Comment by A Freeman
Rating: 10/10
Functionally perfect and built with amazing craftsmanship. This was my favorite of your 3 cyclekarts.
2015-09-26 16:16:34 # 29425
Comment by Brian S
Rating: 10/10
Watched your building the body video's last night Denis. Very thorough and precise workmanship..That little car is absolutely lovely my friend..Ten outta ten!! Brian S.
2015-09-27 18:46:45 # 29445
Comment by Dennis Thomas
Thanks Aaron! You raced that little BMW around the house like a pro! Thanks Brian, I'm glad the videos are helpful

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Vehicle History

This vehicle's information was last updated on 2015-07-31 22:11:28

Changes from 2015-04-27 00:41:05 to previous 2015-04-27 00:20:10
Nickname Grandma Mobile → The Boulevard Cruiser

Ownership History

Date Owner ID Notes
Apr 1, 2015 Dennis Thomas  USA Added to Registry (ID 28705)

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