Hand built Jetvet powered by a Honda 1100c engine.
The JetVet was thought to be a converted Litestar, but there are several differnces between the two upon futher inspection.
At a glance the outriggers look like the Scranton built Litestar, but are not. The Jetvet outriggers are not hinged.
There appears to be no rollbar at the windshield and the canopy is different than the Litestar.
Jim Bede did sell Autocycle plans back in the 1970's. It is unknown how many this company ever built, but appears that they may have made at least two or three.
This may be a plans-built Bede Autocycle.
It is unknown where it is resides today. It was for sale in 2016.
619 ART THIL imprinted on side of vehicle. Unknown what that means. A telephone number?
The last photos were taken near Ken Moreland Choppers of Solana Beach, CA.
This Jetvett was in an auction in the fall of 2016. The nose looks longer than the factory literature model.