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Old 11-19-2017, 11:46 AM
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Hi, I got this go kart at a flea market and restored it and have no clue what brand/model/year this is, can anyone help me out?
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I take it you restored the kart using rattle can paint.i don’t think the factory spray painted the steering wheel and used the seat cover you have on there.
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I did not restore the paint job, thats how it came, i only rebuild the seats, wheels and frame.
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Manco 445 (maybe 435 since they share the chassis AFAIK)

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I take it you restored the kart using rattle can paint.i donít think the factory spray painted the steering wheel and used the seat cover you have on there.
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I did not restore the paint job, thats how it came, i only rebuild the seats, wheels and frame.
Yip, that paint looks too old to be done recently
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Obviously, the word "restored" means something different in your part of the world; where I am it means tear it to pieces & repair or replace everything to make it like new again...
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