So sad to hear this news. QMA the sanctioning body for Quarter Midgets did not know how to respond to such a race car. The focus of limited production in the past five years has been, and will remain to be on static, non-running models. Find More Posts by jjones RIP Ralph, seems like your muffler shop was always my first stop after yet another hot rod, or cruiser, those steel packs were awesome, also a big factor in shall we say unusual midget motors.
Starting his career in racing back in the 50's while working for his father who owned a speed shop in Indianapolis.
Look forward to seeing you old friend even under such sad circumstances. I don't think it's a Kurtis but may be a Rice or other Kurtis knock-off of the era. Some replacement parts are still available such as bodies, frames, axles, bumpers and nerf bars — but inventory is limited. Ralph Potter 81, of Avon passed away November 24, Best of luck- Dean.