Looks like some kind of fun kart-dune kart contraption and probably not that old either. Definitely not a racing kart.
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Started working on a few Mc's and needed some condensers so found these at ROCK AUTO at a very good price. Around $2.00 each. They are alttle bit bigger then the stack Mc units in physical size however they are smaller then the Mallory units and they do fit under a Mc flywheel with no interference. ...
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Rick, Factory literature from 1965. Karts were red. https://i.postimg.cc/LXDVmMCJ/shirt-004.jpg \\ Here is some specs. https://i.postimg.cc/7hLn6Qdm/shirt-005.jpg Interesting to note that the advertising department didn't know that this was a one year kart and made the statement that it was a proven...
Rick, From the looks of it your kart Rick it is a Grand 'A' which was a one year only chassis in 65 if memory serves me right. Its interesting to note that aside from the steel seat and aluminum floor pan it only had one motor mount tab from the factory. Personally I would remove the added front axl...
Rick, Don't worry about the paint color, unless its original paint its just a colored protective coating. Its your hot rod so paint it whatever you like. Can you post more pictures showing the whole kart. The more the better will help in the identification. Take the seat cover out also and show the ...
- Mon Feb 04, 2019 8:08 pm
- Forum: General Discussion
- Topic: Yellow paint for Mac 8 / WTB Air filter assembly
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If the guy you bought it from did the resto, ask him what paint or powder he used.