I have acquired a CRG kart. It was allegedly only ridden once and as you can see, it has been collecting dust since. Obviously, it’s a CRG, but I don’t know anything about the model or age. Can anyone tell me what this is and what it might be worth? Thanks in advance.
Yeah, there’s a homologation tag at the rear cross member bar behind the seat, it should tell you the year and model.
By the description on the pictures looks to be a mid 2004 to 2008 , and it is a Cadet Kart ( Junior ) And the engine I just can’t tell if it’s a Rotax, or a Gazele.
A good cleaning, hoping that the hydraulic brake system works, or a good rebuilding of the brakes, and hoping the engine runs flowlessly may be worth anywhere from $1,000 to $1,500 for the right buyer (but nobody runs that engine anymore) And for a quick sale may go for $800 to $900
Or you might be able to part it out, but I’m not sure what your plans are, just trying to answer your question. Anyhow hope this helps.
It’s a 2009 CRG New Age, Cadet kart. Time to clean it up, bring it up to safety and put it to a good use. I don’t know who runs that engine anymore, but it may be a blast for a little kid to use at an open practice track day.
The engine is a Rotax. I know for sure that it is not a Gazelle because our track has been running the Gazelle and it’s what we had on my daughter’s kart. There should also be an identification tag/stamp on the motor somewhere.