Gateway Classic Cars of Tampa is excited to offer you this unique
1980 TQ Midget Indoor Race Car! Either you were the coolest kid on
the street because you had one, or you always wish you did! Now is
your oppurtunity to pump back in time with this TQ Midget racer
that has been fully restored and runs all day! The rear air cooled
two stroke engine comes from a Yamaha SR 250. This 37 HP engine has
a top speed of about 68 MPH which is crazy fast zipping through an
indoor track. The smaller sized set up almost mandated using a
motorcycle engine over a small car engine typically used in full
size midgets. This car raced at the famous Boardwalk Hall indoor
track in Atlantic City, NJ for a few years. It also raced at the AG
Hall in Allentown, PA and throughout the Midwest as far as Indiana.
This is a steal frame set up, wet plate clutch, chain driven,
carburetor fuel system with a max RPM of 12. Whether you are buying
it for you kids, grandkids, or just want to put it on display in
your garage, this TQ Midget will be an awesome addition to your
collection! To see 100+ HD pictures and videos of this 1980 TQ
Midget Indoor Race Car, please visit GatewayClassicCars.com. For
more information or to schedule an appointment to view this vehicle
in person, please call the Tampa showroom at (813)645-6200 or email
us directly at [email protected] See more at:
1980 Yamaha Motorcycle
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