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Selling your kits? Although this is the first Monogram plastic kit, it is the second issue of this kit from later in read below. The parts chosen for injection molding were generally difficult to carve from wood.
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This subject review is the same Kurtis Kraft race car fitted with an Offenhauser 4 slug motor. Jim did a great job telling the history of Frank Kurtis and the racing success of his Kurtis Kraft cars. I will give you a little background on the Offenhauser engine part of the story.
From skills learned in his father's blacksmith shop, Frank Kurtis built his own Midget car chassis during this time, then rose to become a major Midget builder, producing more than 1, cars and kits, all of them Midgets designed for the small, 97 CID Offenhauser inline 4-cylinder engine, cars that dominated Midget racing for decades. From his 4-car garage behind his house came many cars. Toggle navigation conceptcarz.
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question. Please enter a question. Founded in the late s, Kurtis Kraft was one of the most premier producers of race cars during the sports formative years.
They were the original home-built race cars and their garage builders made use of every available automotive and sometimes non-automotive part they could use. Some cars were even powered by outboard boat motors. Post-World War II, the Quarter midgets appeared much as their full-scale counterparts did, as home-builts.