Today, Pulse #31 is owned by Ron Gaydis of Mineral Point, PA
2017 recreation of a WW2 P-40 Flying Tiger
This is how #31 looked when Ron bought it in 2010.
Blue unknown Pulse had butterfly steering, but yet has a pop up headlight that was probably retrofitted at the factory
The butterfly type steering wheel was used until Pulse #125.
The pop up headlight was used by the factory after Pulse #180
Sam Diamond, welder with Owosso Motor Car Company of Owosso, MI purchased #31 new while
an employee with the company. It only had 2,000 miles on it when he sold it to
John Theroux in 2002. John lived in central Michigan.
This Pulse has had a strange life as the title has been changed by the Owosso Motor Car factory, probably due to a rebuild. It has the butterfly steering wheel and the headlights were replaced with the single flip up light.
Pulse #31 had been sitting for 16 years and required major work.
Asking price in April of 2007 was $4500. Glass and dash in good condition. The engine in the unit is a Kawasaki 500.
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Last Update: 11-20-20......
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