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  1. iBilo is offline ;)
     
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    Default My mate's kart stolen

    Just to let you all know my friend's kart has been stolen. He lives in the Reading area and they broke down his garage and took it. It is a Tonykart Racer EVX and it basically says Tonykart all over it. The decals are green and white and red. There are numbers on the chassis and the engine, chassis number, engine number and seal number are below:
    Chassis number : AR76049
    Engine number : 8340949

    Here is a picture (not of his one but what it looks like.)




    If you ebayers see anything like this can you please please please message me and I'll pass it onto him. He is absolutely distraught. If you guys can do anything to help please do so.

    Cheers.
    Last edited by iBilo; 11/03/08 at 19:42 PM.



  2. Mb
    Mb is offline The Photographer
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    I come by on ebay now and then, if i hear/see anything i'll tell you.

    It doesn't matter how much horsepower your car has, it's about the smile on your face when you drive it.

  3. CarboyZR1 is offline Asian
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrisicus »
    Just to let you all know my friend's kart has been stolen. He lives in the Reading area and they broke down his garage and took it. It is a Tonykart Racer EVX and it basically says Tonykart all over it. The decals are green and white and red. There are numbers on the chassis and the engine, chassis number, engine number and seal number are below:
    Chassis number : AR76049
    Engine number : 8340949

    Here is a picture (not of his one but what it looks like.)




    If you ebayers see anything like this can you please please please message me and I'll pass it onto him. He is absolutely distraught. If you guys can do anything to help please do so.

    Cheers.
    How about year and is it a shifter?

  4. iBilo is offline ;)
     
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    No its not a shifter, its a Rotax Max. And year 2007.


  5. CarboyZR1 is offline Asian
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    Whoa that's a nice kart. I would be so angry and worried if I lost a kart like that. I really hope he gets it back.

  6. mikipvfc is offline user title eh???? okay er
    Location: england
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    oowww i can see why hes distruagty ill keep a look out on ebay
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  7. iBilo is offline ;)
     
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    I forgot about this, my mate got his kart back, it was found in Southampton and the police managed to get a hold on it. He has only just got it back.

  8. MCW
    MCW is offline MCW
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    Good news, I had a kart stolen once... by drunken friends


  9. t.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrisicus »
    my mate got his kart back, it was found in Southampton
    Damn and I thought I'd got away with it.

    I'm pleased to hear he got it back. Was it still in good running order?

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  10. iBilo is offline ;)
     
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    It starts up fine, they're racing in 2 weeks so they'll know if its all good then.

  11. Nodz86 is offline ____________
     
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    Thats good news, glad he got it back


 

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