Ray Austin from A.V.G. Engineering just sent me some info on this really cool trike. Its been around since the late 70s and since then they have made many revisions to the instruction manual but have never changed the design of the trike. You can buy the complete set of plans on their website and for the $60 price tag you get the following…
1.Basic Building Manual
2. Blue Prints
3. Photos (Other customers also)
4. DVD Video showing the completed P-40 frame with 360 degree views. All aspects on welding points are viewed and discussed. (This DVD is what your welder should see.) Also included are trans-axles, flywheels, carburation alterations, plus a new and novel way to lower your Volkswagen trike frame a full 2-1/2 inches giving it a superior low center of gravity greatly adding to its stability at high speeds. (24 min. viewing time).
I would imagine that the info contained in the package would be well worth the $60 even if you never did end up building one.
If you are interested you can check out www.avgeng.com for additional information
One of my all time favorite VW kit cars ever made. So few were made, but man they are just great . Designed by Ray Lombard the Blaze was made to be an easy to build kit with a low price tag, and exotic styling.
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