Antique Vintage 1970 sTula Bugatti 1/3 Scale 2Cycle Gas/ Oil mix 50 CC Engine

1970 Tula Baby Bugatti Type 52 Childs Model

Make: Tula Baby Bugatti
Model: Type 52 Childs Model
Type: Coupe
Year: 1970
Mileage: 8
VIN: # 5
Color: Bugatti Blue
Engine: 50 CC Rockwell
Cylinders: 1
Fuel: Gas / Oil Mix
Transmission: none
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Red / Black
Drive side: Right-hand drive
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Venice, Florida, United States
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Description for Tula Baby Bugatti Type 52 Childs Model 1970

This car is a Vintage Tula Baby Bugatti Model 52 Child's Car made in the 1970 s it is one of 35 madeWorld Wide. It is Vin # 5. This car was made by Tula Engineering -Tula Bug Co. UK. This car is powered by a Rockwell J LO 2 F 600 Mighty Midget Engine . The European Model was GMBH Pinneberg Hamburg JLO L35L Type 074, and known as the Sparta 50 CC Spartamatic T. V. front suspension Moped Engine that was introduced in 1968. There were also other engine manufacturers that provided trial engines, but the Rockwell (Spartamatic) was rated as the preferred model . The caris painted in Bugatti Blue and the paint is the original 1970 s coating. The car weighs around 100 to 145 Lbs. The buyer will be responsible for the pick up and shipping. The car is 86" Long,26" tall and 19" at is center. The wheel's are 16 1/2" wide so the width with the tires is 29" wide. Now let"s talk about the Cockpit, it is 18" wide and 45" long from the seat back to the 8" wide tapered tip. The Steering Wheel is 8 1/2" wide. I bought this car from the original owner, he bought a new made model 52 from Tula that came with the Child's size 1/3 Scale Size Car. Both for the price of $100,000 and 1 year delivery. We fired up the baby that had 8.5 miles on it and ran it for about 45 minutes. I could not fit in this car, but that was ok, I didn't expect to drive it. When I got it home I fired it up one more tim, and then I cleaned out the Gas tank and the fuel system and removed the spark plug to clean out the cylinder head. I then used my favorite Marvel Mystery oil to flush out the whole system. Every month or so I pull the starter cord and squirt some Marvel oil in the carburetor. I keep this Baby in my temp.controlled Garage with my other vehicles. This Baby is from my 20 Year Car Hoard, and it is time tolet some other collector enjoy my favorite beautie.