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    Hi everyone, I know. I never post much. But heck, I saw this little go kart on C/L and got such a kick out it I had to share. Says it's an '80 Thunderbird, I guess there would be a bunch of kits like this but this is the first I have seen and thought it was cool.

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    http://sfbay.craigslist.org/sby/car/489511985.html
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    that would be cool for my ten year old son.....wow. i could paint it like my car.....just a thought...

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    Yeah, I remember when these things were popular.

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    That's great!
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    That is kinda cool. The grill kinda look Lincolnish' Oh well still its the idea that counts.
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    HAHA! Thats halarious! I miss my old go cart. those things are fun.
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    and for the price they're asking you can just get a REAL thunderbird.

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