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These go for between 10,000-40,000 GBP, and still cheaper than the flying versions
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Oh yes, they are very expensive, in particular the "Tigers"!

If you can do with only 2 wheels, a Heinkel is a bargain, in comparison:
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those three wheel Messershmitts made it to the ends of the earth.
A New Zealander of my acquaintance tells a story of a chap in one of those, one rainy morning,
careening down hill and skids into a curve, (which is the downfall of all front wheel trikes),up on to a sidewalk,
and got lodged between a tree and a pie cart, (which google). and the perspex lid couldn't be opened because the tree was rather at an angle, so this chap was caught in there like a moth in a bell jar!
and all the breakfast customers at the pie cart gawking!
The fire service was called, who tugged the Messershmitt back onto the pavement, and off he went!
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