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  • #55423

    Ismael adame
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    Hello im looking for help to identify my kart, i bought it yesterday the only info i know is that it runs a yamaha kt100 engine, i cant find any serial numbers or sticker on the chassis. Thank you

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    #55455

    Mark Traylor
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    I believe it is a very old and well beaten CRG Heron.

    #55463

    Ismael adame
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    Yes well beaten it was 3 years under the sun light, i bought it for$150dlls.

    my plan is to completely restore it, if so how much is worth it?

    Heres another pic

    http://postimg.org/image/j0fz2kqwr/

    #55504

    Mark Traylor
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    Sorry but I would say it is worth nothing.   It is too old for anyone to want for racing and you can get a hobby kart that is much newer with an engine more appropriate for a hobby kart pretty darn cheap.   It is also not nearly old enough to be a vintage kart so no dice there.  I just bought a very nice and super clean early 90’s Invader with front brakes and a running yamaha engine for $150.

    #55506

    Richard Gordon
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    Unfortunately it would take more than it is worth to restore.  Unless you just want to do it for fun, would be better to buy something in better shape for a little more.  Lots of cheap karts from the late 90s and early 2000s out there in way better condition.

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