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Vintage Original 1950's 1/4 Quarter 1/2 Midgets! Race Cars! They Run Great!!! on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Pandora, Ohio, United States

Pandora, Ohio, United States
Condition:Used

You are bidding on a pair of factory original half midgets and the original midget tandem trailer that goes with it. All sells at a package deal. Both midgets are from the mid to late 1950s. They both have hand brakes, no roll bars, both have West Bend 2-cycle power engines. They both are completely original. These both run and drive great! These will accommodate an adult. I do have a video of me and my dad driving them around on my phone. I can text or email you the video so you can see them driving. I will end auction early for a serious offer. These are pickup only. As long as I am paid in full, I can store them for as long as you need.

Any questions call 419-348-9850

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