Adolph Coors Company of Golden, Colorado presented this brochure to its beer distributors promoting the Coors Pulse which could be used as advertising its product in parades and other promotional activities during the mid to late 1980's.
Take Off With The Coors Light Silver Bullet,
And Never Leave The Ground!
Pierce the wind in this aerodynamic two-seater When you hit the road, the Coors Light Silver Bullet Pulse Car is sure to generate excitement Imagine the thrill of motorcycle quickness with the comfort of a sports car.
Because the Silver Bullet Pulse Car is so unique, it's a real crowd-pleases Strut your stuff in community parades, pace local race events, offer them for incentive programs, use them with radio tie-ins. Whatever you do with the Coors Light Silver Bullet Pulse Car, you're bound to turn heads.
Inside, you're a pilot. Slide the aircraft-style canopy closed, buckle up and take control with full instrumentation, toggle switches, sport wheel and even optional radar. One thing's for sure-the Silver Bullet won't slow you down.
Body Impact-resistant fiberglass
Seats 2 passenger (1 adjustable front, 1 rear) with seatbelts
Frame Steel tubing
Windshield Safety glass with wiper
Canopy Tinted glass with lock and adjustable positions
Engine Motorcycle engine
Transmission Manual, 6-speed
Brakes Disc, front and rear
Instruments Speedometer, turn signal indicators, high and low beam indicator, fuel gauge, volt meter and tachometer
Built-in rollbar, single headlight (high and low beam), turn signals (front and rear), taillight, brake light, illuminated license plate housing, horn and 2 mirrors
Dimensions Length 194", width 76", height 54", wheelbase 123"
MPH 105 maximum
Fuel Economy 70+ miles per gallon
Empty weight 1,050 pounds
Deluxe interiors, super-soundproofing, AM/FM cassette stereo with CB, radar, clock, heater, defogger, reverse gear, tow-bar, trailer hitch and much more.
#253, #275, #285, #289, #294, #317 #318, #319?, and #321.
Coors - Riverbend Beveridge Co. ......................Pulse #270
C.T.I. - Coors .................Southfield, MI ......................Pulse #220, #221, and #236
Rare pic of a Coors Pulse being lettered at the factory in Owosso, Michigan
Pulse #221 leaving the OMCC factory in 1985
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