Head First Motorsports specializes in restoring vintage go karts for race and show. Our karts are meticulously restored with period correct parts using our expertise and knowledge obtained from years of racing motorsports.
1970/71 GENERATION 3 CARETTA
Fresh K88 Comet motor and Hegar Axle Clutch. Original tanks (w/bruises) and upholstery. New red powder coat paint. Margay rear rims with new Bridgestone tires. Lansing style front rims with Hegar front brakes Bridgestone tires. Manufactured by Hank Paronelli of Caretta Works. It is race and/or show-ready.
Note: Generation 1 and 2 Enduro Caretta's were manufactured by Art Igles and Lou Burelli of Caretta Sprint Karts.
1972/73 Generation 4 Caretta Works Enduro
Chassis #23 and never assembled. Frame is in orange powder coat paint. Kart is exactly built as a 1972/73 Caretta Works Enduro with exception of fiberglass seat by Caretta Works which was owned by Bob Stillwell and Nick Adams in Orange, California. The chassis was found in New Jersey and brought back to Orange County and assembled by KRH Engineering to 1972 specifications. Kart is powered by a Mc9181 with a Hartman Clutch and 3rd bearing. Nylight rims with Goodyear tires and Airheart rear brakes.
Note: How often do you find a NEW kart that is forty-three years old?
Hartman Enduro - KH77
KH77 is a Hartman Enduro Kart made for Kathey Hartman. It has a fresh black powder coat paint job and new upholstery (old upholstery is available).Kart is powered by a rotary valve Seatta V16 motor and Hartman belt drive axle clutch and Kathey Hartman expansion chamber. Kart was purchased by someone in Texas who had front porch extended to fit a taller driver. Kart has Lansing styled rims with Dunop tires, Hartman-designed front brakes and Airheart rear.