446 CASE SNOWBLOWER PART 2
USING MY CASE MOWER WITH SNOWBLOWER AND CAB TO CLEAN UP SOME SNOW
Vintage kart - Margay Cheetah 1973 with McCulloch engine
Restored vintage Margay Cheetah Mark III racing kart with front wheel brake option. The Engine is a 100cc McCulloch MC91 type series motor, with a double pumper 35mm methanol carburetor. Watch the test drive video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1eNsEYOP33o
Vintage Karting at New Castle Motorsports Park
Video Produced by - http://vintagepowersport.com Vintage Karting Event at NCMP - June 18-20, 2009 Dual Rear Engine class is featured in this video. Participants included Lake Speed, Jeff Brown, Craig Bennet, Jim Walter, Dick Teal, Bill McCormack, Terry Ives, Louie Figone, George Sellon ... Watch some of the best US kart drivers from the 60s & 70s in action! Many of these drivers are former multi-time Grandnational champions, kart manufacturer team drivers, and of course Lake Speed is America's ONLY World Championship winning kart driver (1978). The Vintage Karting Association (vkavintagekarting.com) defines demonstration racing class guidelines. Karts typically run in this Dual Rear class are from the 1964-1972 period with two engines mounting in the rear behind the driver. The Engines of the period were industrial based 2-strokes purpose built for kart racing, manufacturers included: McCulloch, West Bend, Power Products, Homelite ... The motors were fully modified, usually running at least 2 methanol burning carbs. The starting method of the period was usually an electric fan belt starter and 2-3 people helping get the temperamental motors come to life. While kart handling is poor by modern standards, top speed is similar to modern 125cc sprint shifter karts. This video contains segments shot at 300fps for slow motion playback. ... more event coverage, videos, photos can be seen at the Vintage Karting Association website http://vkavintagekarting.com , and at the VintagePowerSport website: http://vintagepowersport.com/?page_id=513
The $50 Go Kart Build!
Before we get rolling on our rat rod Radio Flyer build, we decided to restore this $50 go kart we bought. It isn't pretty, and it isn't as feature-heavy as my $400 go kart, but it was well worth the $50. CarsandCameras website coming soon! Follow CarsandCameras on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/carsandcamerasreviews Follow CarsandCameras on Instagram: CarsandCamerasreviews Music by yours truly! ATTENTION: WE ARE NOT LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES OR INJURIES INFLICTED UPON ONESELF OR OTHERS IN ANY GO KART, MINI BIKE, CAR, OR OTHER RELATED ACCIDENTS. ALL CARSANDCAMERAS CONTENT IS FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY.