Scranton built Litestar #009

Unsure if this Litestar is #9. There seems to be some confusion, as Tony Landis calls this red Scranton built Litestar #14.

In Dec. 2019, Tony listed it for sale for $6,000 and it was located near Dayton, OH. He said the Hondamatic engine was not running.

Tony Landis of Clayton, OH bought this Scranton built Litestar from Sewell Maddocks in 2019.

Paperwork says the vehicle ID is 14-J.

According to Sewell Maddocks Jr. of Boothbay Harbor, Maine, his father bought this Scranton built Litestar in the mid 1980's. It had been used in a business in Maine for advertising.

The Scranton control number is either painted on the main tube located between the drivers legs or on the frame. The Title of the Litestar usually has the last three numbers such as: VIN #.......100 ---- This is Litestar #001.

However, some VIN numbers are completely different than other VIN numbers of these 15 Litestars, so it can be confusing. The fiberglass bodies were numbered on a label attached to the inside of the body by its' manufacturer, ETM. Enterprises of Grand Ledge, Michigan. David Vaughn of Owosso, MI had the bodies made and shipped to Iowa.

Hondamatic 450cc engine

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