Member Page: RICHARD WOOD
Member ID: rodder-rickStatus: Silver Member
MONCTON, New Brunswick, Canada
Member Since: 2017-02-17
Home Site: The CycleKart Club
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Last Login: 2017-11-11 12:05
Forum Activity: 2017-11-11 12:05
Forum Posts: 6
Personal Vehicle Registry
1929 Ford Model A
1934 Ford Model B
1954 Chevrolet Corvette
1976 Chevrolet Monza
2013 Chevrolet Camaro
2017 CycleKart Race Car
Member Journal – RICHARD WOOD's Journal
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Posted on: Friday November 3, 2017
Well, it's the first week of November and all my full-sized vehicles, but one, have been stored away for the snowy winter....I'll drive this one for another week or two as the weather is great! Then with an empty garage I"ll imerse myself in "the build"! All my parts are now gathered, fitted, and researched so it'll be time to get out the welder and start the chassis.....I've added a couple of additions to my CK build to make it easier for me to drive, and be safer to use by an "old guy". One o...
Posted on: Friday August 11, 2017
I'm tied up until Aug 22 as chairman of the largest outdoor automotive fleamarket in a 500 km radius hosted by the NB Antique Auto Club. Once that has been completed, I expect to start some serious garage time putting together my CK chassis. All my mechanical, electrical, wheels, suspension parts, engine, etc are sitting there waiting to have a chassis to call home..... I've been checking out other "bodystyles" that CKC members have built.....wow, there are some unbelievable karts out there. Ju...
Posted on: Thursday July 13, 2017
July 13, 2017 It's only been a few months since I happened onto this Web Site......WOW, these are just the kind of vehicles I have been working with for Shriners, racers, and handicapped individuals....small gas powered vehicles to use in parades, for towing race cars or travelling the pits, or for getting a fisherman or hunter into his/her favourite spot when the old legs don't work!!!. Most of the vehicles I have built are no more than 60-66 inches long and about 30-36 inches wide, but usua...
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