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  • #40215

    Matt Clark

    Cold temps necessitated me bringing my engine inside to avoid any nasty side-effects, so I have a contemporary art piece for a few days.

  • #40222

    Mike Bray

    I like it!  My wife is pretty tolerant, might see if I can get away with a new centerpiece for the table.

    BTW, love the pictures on the walls!


  • #40250

    Matt Clark

    I’m going for the “minimalist” approach :P

  • #40257

    Brad Alan

    I like where your priorities are!  I have been forced to keep my engines in a box in a closet for the winter. Perhaps if I can take your approach my wife would clean them as part of her weekly dusting routine?!

  • #40276

    Mike Bray

    Kelby, can you set your GoPro up when you ask her?



  • #40351

    Brad Alan

    Haha – She’ll probably take them off the table and throw them out in the snow…

  • #40841

    Walt Gifford

    I got you guys beat, I had a whole frame in the dining room for a week because the new paint wouldn’t dry in the garage.

    You know your a bachelor when there’s nobody at the end of the straight giving you worried looks every lap.


    FAA certified jet engine and aircraft technician,
    Nicholson Speedway class champion 2001,
    Yamaha KT100 Service Center,
    41 years karting experience

  • #40859

    Troy Berry

    When she left, it occurred to me that if I wanted to work on the kart in the house nothing was really stopping me. :-) I had my kids Cadet in the Dining room last winter as I rebuilt it from scratch. Had it in the house for about a month right on the dinning room table. I will admit that I took it back to the garage once the Motor was mounted. Why not, it was warm in the house! Haha

    "The Art is in the details"
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    Intrepid Cruiser KA 100

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