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Doug, The shadow was about 76 and 25mm axle was correct. They did not come with a Nassau panel. Think hard about the original brakes ... I never found them reliable or safe until I replaced them with MKC units.
Hi Doug, what's the year of manufacture of your Shadow, I can't imagine a kart still having a 25mm axle when Nassau panels were introduced here, happy to be corrected though.
Has any one got any pictures of the Shadow Kart? I was wondering what type and shape the Nassau panel was that they used. My frame diameter is 28mm with engine rails at 120mm centres and a 25mm diameter axle. Any help with this will greatly appreciated.
Darryl apparently its a Sirio 50 circa 1986
Ross did you never find out the model number and year for the SIRIO shown in this post. I recently purchased one the same!
Is the Numerkah Vintage meeting on CMS says it is but there is no info available from the Goulburn Valley Kart club, Kartbook or Facebook.
We are going but we may be a bit lonely.
Typical me got the address wrong, try;
I have had a call from Ken Souter. He built a Kart in the 70's which he now wants to sell. He is looking for around the $1,000.00 mark. he is located in Sydney NSW and his email address is firstname.lastname@example.org make contact with Ken if you are interested;
I do have some more shots if interested.
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