Last Call: Six Pack Edition

This is Norm Grabowski’s epic Corvair-powered custom bike he dubbed the “Six Pack.” That’s a custom and highly-polished pancake six dropped into a 1941 shaft-drive Indian frame. The Chevy motor leaves no room in the bike for a transmission so it’s separated from the back wheel by nothing more than the clutch. It’s also… a kick start only!
Last Call indicates the end of Hooniverse’s broadcast day. It’s meant to be an open forum for anyone and anything. Thread jacking is not only accepted, it’s encouraged. 
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  1. dead_elvis Avatar

    An order of magnitude cooler than a Boss Hoss.

    1. neight428 Avatar

      Damning with faint praise.

  2. 0A5599 Avatar

    Don’t get your pant leg caught by the driveshaft.

  3. dukeisduke Avatar

    Years ago, a guy in our Corvair club (NTCA) built a Corvair-powered trike. It had the shifter for the Powerglide sprouting from the (former) gas tank.

  4. Tanshanomi Avatar

    Neat, famous machine, but I’d rather trade those rear two cylinders for a transmission, which was Von Dutch’s choice:
    …among many other tinkerers: