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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-30-2005, 06:19 PM
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Ever hear of Loman?

I recently bought a unique little go cart/atv/dune buggy it looks like it is about 50 years old...it is running a snow mobile type motor made by CCW (a Canadian Company), it came with a set of ski's that bolt on the front wheels but I can't find any info on this little gem...Loman Inc was in Richelieu Quebec and there again there is no info available on it...so i was hoping someone might have something to tell me about it...I would sure appreciat any info...thanks...I can be reached at TuxedoMe@hotmail.com...Thanks again Don...
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post #2 of (permalink) Old 05-02-2010, 08:22 PM
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Picked up 2 of them. One is working other not yet. Here are some pics.
1972 Loman
Made in Richelieu Quebec
225cc CCW (Kioritz) engine

Roll bar and engine cover are not original in these pics.
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I had an orange one just like that about 20 years ago. it had no motor and I lost interest so I just scrapped it. I should have kept it.

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nice kiddy jeep
are they available in the market

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Wow that's nice images. It looks more like grass cutter. How much did you paid for two of them? Nice and unique. I'd like to get one for myself. For big city is perfect transport.

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Interesting little machines! Must be fun to have one and drive.
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post #7 of (permalink) Old 04-04-2017, 09:44 PM
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Wow those looks freaking awsome. Reminds me aof a lighter version of the sandjeeps we used in the sahara desert. Those buggers moved fast and was fun as h***.

You dont think i can drive on that terrain??
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