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Registry: 1927 CycleKart Race Car



David Baird's 1927 CycleKart Race Car
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My original drawings were from a Delage, but as you can see the car is kind of evolving into a miniature Mormon Meteor 111.
The body is hand formed aluminum, Wheels are Harley Davidson FXR. Radiator shell is hand formed Brass

Vehicle Information

Owner: David Baird   [bairdclanof8]
Location: West Jordan, Utah, USA USA
Status: Running


VIN:MINIMETEOR
Model Year:1927
Current Colour:raw aluminum
Last Updated:2013-09-05 16:50:07

 

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Member Comments on Registry: 1927 CycleKart Race Car   ↵
Rated 9.7 out of 10 based on 12 ratings
2013-10-10 14:07:52 # 12235
Comment by Sam A
Holy schnikeys that looks great! I think we would all love to see more photos?
2014-04-13 20:11:34 # 15531
Comment by andrew roudny
Those wheels look amazing on it. What engine do you have in it?
2014-04-13 20:15:31 # 15532
Comment by andrew roudny
Rating: 10/10
Those wheels look amazing on it. What engine do you have in it?
2014-08-02 22:26:55 # 19461
Comment by ian w
Rating: 10/10
Great looking car love the bigger wheels .Agree with the other guys want to know the engine looks like there might be a surprise hidden away. Would love to see the engine from the FXR wedged in it
2014-08-16 14:47:20 # 19764
Comment by Don Minch
Spectacular cyclekart! Truly awesome.
2015-06-02 03:24:48 # 26382
Comment by Desmond Soekoe
Beautiful , simply beautiful
2017-04-13 15:25:24 # 41582
Comment by David Baird
The Engine is a Vanguard v-twin 23 HP
2017-04-15 04:25:35 # 41616
Comment by Dennis Graham
I see you're still monitoring the forum David. You wouldn't haveany video of that beast in action would you???? Did you post anything while you were building it? I'm an advocate for the advancement of Cyclekart performance.My thinking is, that the 200cc engines are adequate for most average 150lb go karts but when you use them on a kart weighing250 to over 300 lb they are grossly under powered. Since, like you,I'm not planing on competing in any "Stevenson formula" events, mostlybecause there are none in my part of the country, I'll be trying a little morepower. Got a 301cc Predator on the shelf that I'm gonna fit to mine and I've been looking for some stouter wheels to handle the increased powerand cornering loads.tksDenny GrahamSandwich, IL
2017-04-16 13:35:09 # 41647
Comment by Zoran R. P.
Rating: 10/10
David, great auto, indeed! Zoran

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Vehicle History

This vehicle's information was last updated on 2013-09-05 16:50:07

Ownership History

Date Owner ID Notes
Sep 5, 2013 David Baird  USA Added to Registry (ID 21352)

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