We like that our own kiddos run around with Cozy Coupes, but in the 1950s and ’60s, it was commonplace for hot rodding toddlers and pre-teens to race around in Quarter Midgets. There’s even a 1958 cover of Hot Rod magazine that shows a bunch of kids loaded up and ready to race these advanced go-karts.
The car belonged to my uncle and it sat in my grandfathers garage forever. I don’t know much about these things so everything I write here is an I think that it is…
I believe that it would be cageless. I think particularly a Bob Nowicke special. We just dragged it on our property, so since it got cold we haven’t messed with it yet. But fix it and drive around or just hang on your living room wall as a conversation piece.
This car reminds us of the time Homer Simpson once famously said “You know, Marge, that Bart is a little miracle — his winning smile, his button nose, his fat little stomach, his face alight with wholesome mischief. He reminds me of me before the weight of the world crushed my spirit.” Here is your chance to re-live the days before the weight of the world crushed your spirit with a Vintage Go-kart