Used Go Karts For Sale
How do most of our new go karters start? On used equipment. Why, they are budget friendly, there is a great secondary market, and our beginner’s program keeps the learning curve shallow enough that used equipment can race to the front of the class.
Our inventory of used karts have become available due to people either leaving the sport or having upgraded their equipment to run in other classes. If you’re thinking of upgrading or getting a start in go-karting, use this page to keep track of our quickly changing inventory.
Why shop here instead of Craig’s List? We will keep you out of trouble. We see new racers every year that bring their Craig’s List bargain in to get a couple of parts to get it running. Too many times the couple of parts turns into the right size seat, the right size wheels, new class legal tires, the right engine for the class, the right clutch for the class, etc. etc. etc. In many cases the tab would have been less to shop our kart shop and get what you need along with our set up expertise. At a minimum come in and see us before you commit to what looks like a good deal. Let us educate you on what you should buy. You man learn whether the used kart your looking at on Craig’s List is a good deal or a money pit. Our advice is free.
Remember that the ‘Pit Stop’ is our full line kart shop that can round out your used kart purchase with all the other accessories you’ll need. The picture below shows our showroom and a few of the new and used karts we have available.
Margay DAP Kid Kart
Used, sold by Margay, manufactured by Italian company DAP complete ready to race kid kart. Purple paint with yellow bodywork,seat. 1399.00.
Call or come in to check it out or to schedule a demo ride for your 5-7 year old.
Used Coyote Widetrack LE
2006 Coyote Widetrack LE in black powder coat! This one is outfitted to run Sr. Box Stock Honda. Let us put the right size seat in it for your and throw you on track. We redid this kart from top to bottom in our shop 2 winters ago. It still looks awesome. We sold it in the summer of 2017. It got raced a couple of times and practiced a hand full of times. In 18 the kart ended up back in our shop for sale in the spring. We sold it summer of 18 and it got practiced 3-4 times. The new owner then took a relocation, and you guessed it, it ended up back in the show room. It has a MyChron 5 gauge and a MyChron steering wheel. Hopefully the new owner will be size large as it has a like new Tillet T8 shell sheat. Black anodized wheels and black bodywork give the good looks. When we rebuilt it it got a new floor pan, nerf bars, bumpers, spindles and new fasteners front to back. We also added the good bearing hangers that we make that are strong and boxed so they don’t end up tipped out like most used Coyotes. Enough of laying it on thick. Come and check it out and we’re pretty sure you’ll agree that it is a very nice rig.
1973-74 Blackhawk Poison Arrow MkVI Vintage Kart
Here’s something you can’t pick of the phone and order. It is rare that we get Blackhawk karts in the store for sale even though they were built right at the track in our shop. This is a rear engine model, which is what the MkVI meant. Most of these had a McCulloch engine on them. If you want this kart turn key we can install a McCulloch for you as we have some for sale. The upholstery looks pretty good for being original. The wheels are the standard Margay 23 wheels that were installed on all Blackhawks from this era. The kart also has the optional front porch/bumper and the wrap around rear bumper. Frame is done in polished aluminum and black oxide plating.
2014 Margay Brava 4.2C Honda Masters Kart
2014 Margay Brava 4.2C set up for Honda Masters. What does all that mean? Brava 4 means 4 cycle kart, .2 is the version and C stands for Clone. Margay built the kart for Clone engines, which works for Honda racing, as all the Clones are Honda copies. It has an M&M nose and side panels, a Honda engine, MyChron 5 gauge, Burris motor mount, Tillett size XL T8 seat, Margay team steering wheel, Sniper front end pills, a Bully disc clutch, and all the best parts we can round up. Kart works great, come on in for a test ride.
94 Margay Puma Box Stock Honda Kart
Yeah, we can do the math, this thing is over 20 years old! Take our word for it, in karting things haven’t changed enough in that amount of time to make this kart obsolete. This kart is in amazing condition also. Our guess is that this kart might have seen parts of 5 race seasons on track. The rest have been spend hanging in a garage and a trailer with the owner expecting they’d use it again. A Margay Puma used to be the most sought after Margay kart at SRR for box stock racing. We sold truck loads of these things back in the day. It uses an 1.25″ rear axle, has 15 degrees of both KPI and Castor welded into it and will work for a junior through senior class driver. This one is complete ready to ride and has the lowest price in our store.
Coyote Adjustable Free Roller
1994 Coyote Adjustable Free Roller kart that has been completely redone. We bought this one a few years ago and didn’t have time to redo it so we stuck in the attic of the rental kart shed. We rediscovered it last fall and did a major restoration. We fixed the welds and then heat treated the kart and then had it powder coated the black you see. There is a completely rebuild Honda on it also. Don’t sweat the fact someone stole the back wheels and tires, a full set is included. Many new components are included. This would be a dynamite Jr. Box Stock 1 kart.
$1895.00 complete ready to ride
Does not include bodywork, or MyChron gauge. Both can be added at extra cost.
2001 Coyote Widetrack LE #42
You’ve heard of the term ‘Hanger Queen’? The airplane guys label airplanes that don’t get flown anymore as hanger queens. Well this go kart is one of those. It’s been well over a decade since this kart saw track time. Where has it been? In an airplane hanger. In the Oregon, IL area. We sold this kart and another to an aging uncle and his hyper 9 year old nephew over a decade ago. They tore up practice days the first summer. Then we never saw them again until another relative brought both karts back in to sell them to us. This thing needs to be raced again. It is in extremely nice condition, has a used Honda in Honda Masters format. There is a disc clutch and Burris 2 piece motor mount. Black bodywork looks great as does the bright red seat. Come on in and kick some tires.
Coyote FX-1 Box Stock Honda Kart
We have a recently redone Coyote FX-1 complete kart for sale. It had new black powder coat paint applied winter of 2016. It was raced twice in 16 and it has recently found its way into our possession. We took it completely apart and added new bumpers, nerf bars, floor pan and all fasteners. We have also added a freshly redone Honda engine. The kart is complete as pictured. New owners may want to add bodywork and MyChron gauge at extra cost.
Coyote Free Roller
Why are we still racing go karts manufactured in the 90’s? Because design hasn’t changed that much and the rule is most karts end up collecting dust in a garage somewhere for long periods of time. Case in point this kart. This one hasn’t been on the track since 2003 or 2004. That’s 13-14 years of chill time. So who should be interested in this kart? New racers planning on getting a start in one of our Box Stock Honda classes. And we’d add the qualifier that it should be a small junior class driver. This one has some good stuff on it and is ready for a new home. There is a MyChron 4 lap timer, tach/temp gauge. It is mounted in the very cool MyChron steering wheel that cost the last owner $160. There is a Burris motor mount which is the piece to have in our world. Adding that to a used kart you find on Craig’s list will set you back $140. This was a fixed castor kart that the owner added Margay style castor pills to. The first picture has recently been added to the gallery. You’ll notice there is a new M&M front nose, in blue, that has been added. Kart is in nice condition and just what a young driver needs for Jr. Box Stock 1 or 2 competition.
$1900.00 Complete, we’ll change the seat and scale it for the new owner if needed.
93 Margay TNR
This Margay kart needs a new owner. It has been out of action for too long. It is a great kart for our local rules Honda classes. We’ll switch the seat for another if this one is the wrong size. Take it home as a rolling chassis or get a quote from us to make it ready to run. The TNR stands for Tom Neal Racing, as this CA racer helped Margay design this kart. In 94 it became the Syncro with only slight changes to the brake mount area. The Syncro was Margay’s best weapon until 2000 when it became the first of the Brava model line up. Don’t be afraid of this one, as it will work great with our Bridgestone tire rule.
1997 Margay Syncro
Base chassis ready for a new owner. Fresh black powder coat paint and many new parts. We will include a used seat of your choice. You’ll need engine with mount kit, and tires and wheels to finish.
97 Margay Puma
Offered as a base chassis as pictured. This is a 97 Puma, which was the same kart as the Syncro in 97. The only difference was the Puma came as a fixed castor kart. This was easily switched by drilling the front spindle yokes out to accept the castor camber pills. This one was last used in Super Stock Honda and it did a good job.
Budget friendly $750.00
Used Maxam (made in Kansas City) with a used Honda engine on it. Complete ready to ride. We’ll let the new owner pick his seat size and we’ll install it. Great practice day kart or race day kart. Its both super cheap and a great value.