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    1978 SEAB Flipper microcar - photo and video

    1978 SEAB Flipper microcar featuring a fully rotating drivetrain at the front. The Flipper is powered by a 47cc two-stroke, single-cylinder, 5 HP Sachs ADLX engine.



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    i like the power steering on that floor.

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    notice they didn't do a video of turning while at speed. why do you think it had the name fliper
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank S View Post
    notice they didn't do a video of turning while at speed. why do you think it had the name fliper
    I thought it was because it was good at sea b.
    I saw a quad bike that locked on fullthrottle when the granny reversed to show the littlies a snake beside the road. It spun round several times, in reverse at full speed, before flipping & throwing itself & the occupants down a small bank & through a horse fence. Granny & the 2 kids all escaped serious injury. I had to run up a hill to call 000 our emergency number.


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