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Denny Graham Silver Member Dennis Graham
Sandwich, Illinois, USA   USA
Or change your Riley into an Austin?
Naw.......make this the one number four, after the Gn,
which will be after the Type 35, which is after Riley.
Gotta resist all that temtation or I'll never get one done.

Boss gave me a break for lunch......I'm slaving at the
old Lodge & Shapley lathe all this week. Still gettin' tools
ready and taint gettin' anything done on the Kart.

dg

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Woodysrods Brian Woods
Westbank B.C., Canada   CAN
Looks like Austin ruled the UK in 1936.
Or at least the 750 CC class.
Those would have been the days at the Brooklands.
CycleKart's TCVs probably wouldn't like it so much......but, paved curvy Hill Climbs would be Fun as a CK event????
Brian

Team classic Brian S
Lyttelton Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand   NZL
Hi There Denny. Yes, that's the one. Part of a series of dvd's called,, Motorfilms quarterly. Full of really interesting stuff.And you are right, it's hard to stop watching them, once you start. Regards Brian.

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Denny Graham Silver Member Dennis Graham
Sandwich, Illinois, USA   USA
Think I posted this before.. 301 motor and series 40 converter but it does give you an idea how a Torque Converter performs in climbing:


And yes....I know....the tires are a little smaller that the CK's.
dg

gearguy Charles Schultz
Oil City, Pennsylvania, USA   USA
More Jappic photos. I am really starting to like this car.


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Topper2011 Roland Young
Los Altos, CA, USA   USA
A couple of cool photographs I saw in a restaurant.



"Man plans, God laughs"


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Torro123 René Wesselius
Amsterdam, NH, Netherlands   NLD
What about this for a CK.........American LaFrance Simplex

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chrisenamels Silver Member Chris Brown
Llangadog, Carmarthenshire, UK   GBR
With the link to Pendine, I did consider Babs (very) briefly, but decided it might be a tad difficult to scale it to cyclekart dimensions. I think I'll stick to the Morgan first, and then possibly an Austin Seven racer second, the blue one behind the Issigonis Special.

Chris


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Silverghost Peter Hays
Chicago, IL, USA   USA
This would make an interesting CycleKart!

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Woodysrods Brian Woods
Westbank B.C., Canada   CAN
That would have been an interesting car if they had face it the other way around!
Brian

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Notso-Chinsee Gold Member Albert Lies
Spokane Valley, Washington (WA), USA   USA
Yes but how great it would be to have that radial sound preceding you on the track. People would look to seem you coming not to look when they hear you going.
Al



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Silverghost Peter Hays
Chicago, IL, USA   USA
Here's a very stylish MG that to my untrained eye looks fairly right proportion-wise.


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Tom Knight Avatar
Las Vegas, Nevada, USA   USA
1911 CycleKart Racing "Yellow Peril"
This is about the most bare bones cycle car I've YET seen. 1919 Grafton 250cc JAP. Well I've got a 250cc BSA C-11 motor & 3 speed box, going little outside box but gotta give it a go, wood frame like original's is glued up today, 12.4 lb. 60" X 20" laminated oak. Oh, it's still competing in UK...


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Wingman26 John Owens
Shawnee, Oklahoma, USA   USA
Very familiar with the MG TC and TD, the classic MG models, I've always liked that style, but this one I've never seen before!

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Las Vegas, Nevada, USA   USA
1911 CycleKart Racing "Yellow Peril"
Yet another Austin 7 Ferrari-esk....https://www.pinterest.com/pin/833869687226443690/ Hamblin Cadet, took some tries but here it am...



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