The name of a vehicle is surprisingly important to its future success. The Mustang was a great name…Pinto…not so much. The Mustang is this wild free-roaming stallion while the Pinto isn’t even a real horse breed — it is a coloring pattern with big splotches of light and dark that can be found on a variety of ponies. And don’t get me started on the Hyundai Pony…but I’m not here to talk about things of an equine nature, instead I’m going to ask if this should be the Cartmaro or the Cartvette. The Cartmaro (or Cartmero) name has a better hillbilly twang to it…but the car(t) is equipped with an IRS from a Vette…and is supposed to be based on a C4…so maybe it should be a C4rt? Find this 1984 Chevrolet Corvette offered for $5000 in Chandler, AZ via craigslist. Tip from FuelTruck.
From the seller:
1985 C4 corvette
cylinders: 6 cylinders
paint color: black
title status: clean
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I have a c4 vette kart that I had custom built for me.
The creator did everything but wiring. I have to many projects and I moving out of my home so I need to purge them all.
The motor is a Chevy 350 target master crate motor with a mild cam.
Watch the YouTube video here
Please don’t waste my time.
This vehicle needs to be completed but it does run.
I currently have the carb off but I can throw it back on if needed.
I don’t have the skills to complete the build and the guy who built it for me wants another 3,000$ to do simple wiring.
Come and take a look.
It’s custom it’s awesome and I’d trade for a Suzuki samurai or geo tracker 4×4
Needs to run.
I also like vw manx, or vw baja.
See a better way to drive something odd? firstname.lastname@example.org