BOSS HOSS V8 TRIKE

2000 Boss Hoss Trike

Price: US $29,500.00
Item location: Modesto, California, United States
Make: Boss Hoss
Model: Trike
SubModel: Millenium Addition
Year: 2000
Mileage: 14,712
VIN: 1B9TBVC22YD285121
Color: Pearl White
Engine size: 350 Chevy V8, 385 HP
Vehicle Title: Clear
Description

I am pleased to offer this 2000 Boss Hoss Trike with very rare 2/3 scale 1963 Corvette body. These Corvette bodied trikes were produced by Boss Hoss from 2000 – 2004. Approximately 23 were produced during the production run making them the rarest and most sought after of the Boss Hoss Trikes. VIN # 1B9TBVC22YD285121

Features:

–14,780original miles
– GM Small Block 355ci 385HP with optional cam
– GM TH350 auto trans

– Custom Pearl White with ghost flame & custom Pinstriping
– Tilt body with aux fuel tank and under body storage (trunk)
– Custom "Alligator Bob" saddle seat
– Custom handle bars – Custom front mirrors with integral turn signals.– Custom engine bar with hi-way foot rests -Custom Laser driving spot lights – Custom front windshield – Custom front headlight – Classic Cragar wheels

– Mountain Boss Hoss Trike Owners Manual/Maintenance Manual with Trouble Shooting guidelines (very rare!)

From fairly early in their history, oss Hoss has sold trikes with rear ends designed to look like smaller facsimiles ofChevrolet Corvettes,57 Chevys,32 Low-boyhot rods, r other distinctive cars. At some point, he Corvette rear end was discontinued and replaced with a narrowed 7 1/2" Ford truck rear end.

Boss Hoss Cyclesis an Americanmotorcyclemanufacturer, ounded by Monte Warne in 1990 and based inDyersburg, ennessee. The company manufactures special high performance motorcycles andtrikesequipped withV8 engines, roduced byChevrolet, anging in size from 350 cubic inch (5.7 liters) to 502 cubic inch (8.2 liters), quipped withsemi-automatic transmissions, aking them by far the most powerful motorcycles in the world. By the mid-1990s, oss Hoss was selling 300 vehicles per year.[1]As of 2006, oss Hoss has sold over 4,000 vehicles.[2]

Boss Hoss bikes and trikes are noted not only for their enormous power and size but also for their low vibration, specially when compared to that ofV-twinorsingle-cylindermotorcycles. Thedampingeffect of the unusually great mass and relatively high number of engine cylinders combines with the very tall gears of the semi-automatic transmission to provide what is often described as "vibration free acceleration". This has led some dealers and riders to affectionately describe the Boss Hoss as a "bigscooter".[3]Despite their size, ower and weight Boss Hoss motorcycles offer outstanding ride comfort and driving dynamics. For example the build quality as well as the driving dynamics were cited as follows: "The build quality is comparable to some other major manufacturers' products, nd the bike functions far better than we ever expected, nd reasonably well by any criteria. The motorcycle is not only fun to ride, t's easy to ride. The automatic transmission may actually make it easier to ride for some people than other big bikes.[4]r this 2000 Boss Hoss Trike with very rare 2/3 scale 1963 Corvette body. These Corvette bodied trikes were produced by Boss Hoss from 2000 – 2004. Approximately 23 were produced during the production run making them the rarest and most sought after of the Boss Hoss Trikes.

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