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Hey that's pretty cool. It's hard to say what it could be worth. Zora signatures are in demand but I'm not sure how it would add to this kart. I would hope this could fetch a couple grand at least. Find the right buyer, likely a bunch more. I really like it!
I have the 1986 Corvettes at Carlisle Mini Giveaway Corvette. 81/82 body style. Still has all of the original Corvettes at Carlisle paint work and advertising on it.
I might contact Dana Mecom to get an idea as to what it's worth.
I'd almost say that signed Corvette was priceless. I saw Zora and wife in Bloomington in 1985 and both signed a Corvette History picture for me. I don't think I can ever sell it. Zora was the Man. Did you every sell your Corvette ?? How much ??
Hello, a little late to the game here but thought I’d share photos of a Corvette go-kart I had in the early 60’s. Gas powered, fiberglass shelled, and superlight! My father was a racer in the 60’s (Dave MacDonald), we lived in El Monte CA, three houses on one big lot, my dad mapped out a road course on the property and at 5 yrs old I’d run that thing all day long. Good times.