What kind of Kart is this.

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Glen Annarumma
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What kind of Kart is this.

Post by Glen Annarumma » Fri Mar 02, 2018 7:44 pm

My son came home with this Go Kart. It is made from Aluminum. It seems to be all original. Any idea what it is
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Re: What kind of Kart is this.

Post by REAR » Sat Mar 03, 2018 9:38 am

Glen,

Thanks for sharing this kart.

That's is a tough one to identify though, it has a lot of homebuilt traits to it. One thing however is for certain, that kart is a great example of the American spirit from back in the early days of karting and its always good to see a survivor.

Not sure if its the photo or not but that kart looks like it is quite short. How far is it from the seat back to the pedals ?

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Re: What kind of Kart is this.

Post by Glen Annarumma » Tue Mar 06, 2018 7:54 pm

The measurement from the seat back to the pedals are 34". It looks like it was a well built Kart and it's really light weight.

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