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This is not Pete's.
Who ran this?

For more information please visit Malcolm's Kart  Site
Replica Kart Badge as fitted to some later cars


Jack Barlow driving a 1960 Buckler
Sad news, Jack died on the 22nd Jan 2009
Our condolences to Jack's family click here for more


 

Race Retro Show 13-15 March at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire. Contact Chris Johns
Race Retro has an historic kart demonstration track...not racing as such....you understand!!!!Great fun and Brian tells me we have a faster smoother track this year, I for one can hardly wait. Contact me
here if you can attend.

Special Thanks to Brian Malin for the recently updated kart archive

Richard Nottage has written in about his freshly restored MK2


More here

Joe Blatchley


More Karts are surfacing almost weekly now.
Here's the latest amazing find.



Kart SK07. A 1963 Buckler Goldstar still in its original packaging as sent from the Buckler works to Mr Charles Laurent's home in Scotland on a train during 1963.
This was found with invoices packing slips and brochures. It comes complete with a Saetta Italian 100cc engine

The reason Mr Laurent never put his kart together? Well... He claims it was due to his VW Karman Ghia !!
The new owner, Andrew Lamb, is contemplating assembling the kart and giving Mr Laurent the chance of driving his Kart 40 years late. Look out for them at Shennington. Don't loose the packaging Andrew !!




Kart SK02 one of Brian Malin's Karts


Just so everyone knows what to look for in the shed...The Buckler Ultralite Mk2 had a centrally mounted engine and the Mk2A had the engine mounted to the left side. Simon and Keith's kart is a MK2A, as is Peter Silverthorne's.



Jack Barlow demonstrating a MK 2 in 1962



Showing the innovative negative camber rear axle




The Buckler Gold Star was painted yellow as standard. Other colours could be ordered. Deeply Padded seat as standard !!- Luxury... When I were a lad...


Kart SK12. 1962 Ultralite Mk2. With negative camber rear axle. John Loxley
and his son Mark with the Concours Trophy Shennington June 2006. Well done lads!


Keith driving hard


Buckler Karts played a large part of the Buckler Engineering workload. The first Buckler Kart was built in 1958



If you couldn't afford the real thing... A friction drive Buckler Go-kart


Kart at the works


800KBH and Kart
Who has the original photo?

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Ron Flockart driving a Buckler Class4 1961

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