This is actually the Coval version made by the company that bought out the Powercar company. The frame is different but the body is the same.
Of course if you want a 1965-66 Mustang JR I have the original factory body molds from the Powercar company. along with many other reproduction parts,
I have been making a new steering wheel mold this weekend
And the body is the only thing that's original. The rest is home made.
That's a good point, Jim. In fact, if you look closely, the engine has a centrifugal clutch driving just one wheel, really primitive. You would be better off just buying a body from Lee Exline and using off the shelf go kart drive train parts.
You think you've had trouble attracting women up to now, let them see ya in one of those!
You couldn't be more wrong. At the last Mustangs Plus display I attracted a dozen women, easily. Unfortunately, (well, fortunately, since the wife was there) they were all under ten years old and just wanted a ride in the car.
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