The website says "designed for kids 5 to 12 years old." She fits the age criteria but based on the pictures there is no way she would fit in that kart. I think she's up to 5'5".Why is it hard not to imagine "J" driving around the 'ol man in circles in one ??
yes, it belongs to Ross Robbins ( I believe that is his name) who is an avid Lotus collector. Do you have any more pictures?The tiny Seven next to the slightly-less-tiny Seven in post #3 looks just like the one I first saw at LOG in Birmingham, AL in 2004. Everybody wanted one.
Just get it without the engine and then it can be brought in as a Kit Car rotflIn contrast to your thread on the 340R this one would be quite easy (because it is not a road vehicle). Simply buy one, then package and import it through an importing agent. You will need to pay appropriate duty and certify that it is an off road vehicle. The one snag is the engine as even lawn mower and chain saw engine emissions are now being regulated by the EPA, but the Sonic Seven people or Honda should be able to easily give you info on this.
Please keep me informed about what they tell you, I am fairly interested in one tooEmail has been sent and I am just awaiting a reply .
And unlike the 340R, this could be a real purchase :nanner:.
Tom Sr. made the original Point Seven (back in the 1980s or so) but the one in the photos above is Chassis #2 and was made by Tom Jr., who has a race shop in Colorado Springs, CO now.I'm pretty sure the one at LOG was a one off that Tom Beauchamp made. R.I.P. Tom - one of the best panel beaters around.