Energy Corse Team Kart Complete 2013 Tag Briggs Shifter Dr Crg Gp Birel Arrow on 2040-parts.com
North Aurora, Illinois, United States
One complete 2013 Energy Corse Team kart. Professionally maintained and in race ready condition. Complete with all Energy graphics and side pods, rear bumper, front nose and front fairing. VEN05 rear brakes. VEN05 Front brake kit available upon request call for pricing and also Leopard 125cc MY09 TAG Engine package available upon request call for pricing. Call or text 630.849.3568 will ship , buyer pays shipping.
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