2010 Thoroughbred Stallion
2010 Thoroughbred Stallion
The Thoroughbred Stallion began making its mark on the powersports industry in 2006. The idea for the Stallion came from customer demand for an automatic vehicle, coming together with a trike knowledge base from sister company, Motor Trike. The Stallion was created for riders desiring more comfort and ease of operation while still enjoying the trike riding experience. It has an exciting power-to-weight ratio with excellent gas mileage and features and benefits not offered on any other motorcycle.
For consignment, a 2010 Thoroughbred Stallion which up to our consignor was in the hands of 1 owner. Our consignor knew the owner and when he passed away, our consignor decided to take it over. An interesting build, ease of operation was the key, and it is successful at this task.
Lightweight injection molded plastic is the aero designed exterior surfaces all bathed in beautiful custom candy apple red. With its front single wheel sporting motorcycle suspension and steering wheel controlled turning and cornering, it is a bit likened to an open wheeled car, but indeed is a trike. With a pointed but rounded front end which leads up to a swept back windscreen, there is no lean necessary when carving out a backroad curve. This is due to the 2 rear wheels which are framed with a car like rear deck and storage trunk with an amazing likeness to a BMW 5 series. A single chromed roll bar is in the center, and on the trunk deck is a luggage rack, and small spoiler. Dual exhaust peek out from underneath in the very center of the rear roll pan, and a trailer hitch is seen mounted just in-between these exhaust exits. A 16-inch polished wheel for the front, and 18-inch wheels for the backs along with some horsey badging, and a sideboard neatly molded into the rockers which then becomes the rear fenders. Snappy!
Black leather covered bucket seats cascade towards the dash and are fitted neatly into the molded plastic tub. The driver's legs straddle a center console which moves forward from the driver's centered seat. This rises to form the dash where an analog instrument panel is formed behind the front cowling. Airbags and steering wheel controls for radio and cruise control along with other essential buttons, pulls and toggles offer up all the controls. This baby has heat and A/C as well as an AM/FM/CD player. An ergonomic placed shift lever is to the driver's right.
A Ford powered 2.3 liter I-4 cylinder provides 143hp. It is fed fuel by an EFI system and has a 5-speed automatic transmission on the back.
All rust free the molded exterior shape is sitting on a solid tubular and box frame. Suspension is motorcycle telescoping front forks with a hydraulic shock and power disc braking. For the dual rear wheels there are coil overs and airbags along with more power disc brakes.
It rides on a cushion of air, and ease of operation could not be any simpler. It handles well, has snappy acceleration, and solid braking. Climate controls and stereo to keep you in the groove. Cruise control does not work.
Under the category of “and now for something completely different” a simple to drive trike with an open air motorcycle touring feel. Automatic transmission coupled with Ford I-4 power plant with EFI and lets hit the road.
Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special interest automobile showroom, featuring over 600 vehicles for sale with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle barn find collection is on display.
This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.