...and he seemed to really enjoy it:
Big smile from ear (hole) to ear (hole)!
You should have taken him to lunch. He is looking rather slim.
Wow! He's a "dead ringer" for a guy I once knew.
Good thing you didn't take him out for drinks! I don't think he could hold his liquor!! MG
I took that guy to a bar once, he ordered a beer and a mop.
Look at that face, how fast were you going ?
He is laughing hard, someone must have tickled his funny bone .
He hasn't got the guts to go again?
It looks to me like his heart wasn't in it.
Some guys just can't stomach a good thing.
The ride left him breathless
I don't think I want to lose that much weight..:::
I had a girlfriend that looking like that once...
Guess you were turning even more heads than usual on that ride
Interesting wheel on the side - is it a spare steering wheel or is it for winding up the ejector seat spring?
M G... this rider can't holder her "liquor" (er, licker) either!
Thanks to all for the fun comments.
Roger — not an ejector seat winder (good idea though) but a second steering wheel for my friend Jerry. He is much longer of leg and finds it very awkward to use the pedals with the standard wheel. His wheel is a Ford spider, dished deeper and mounted upside down with a custom rim about 1" smaller than stock Ford diameter. I can use his wheel OK, but prefer the look and position of the stock wheel.
Jerry with the Ford and custom wheels below:
That's a great solution
No friends has dared to drive mine yet, but I fixed my own knee fitting issues by flipping the standard steering wheel upside down. I had to make an extension for the throttle lever though, maybe you have a foot throttle on your speedster?
What's his name? See thru Sam?
I would say the poor guy got car sick.About 90 years ago.