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This Jet-Powered Go-Kart Will Knock Your Socks Off

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For $10,000, this Boeing Turbojet Go Kart can be your this Chrismas

Need a last minute holiday gift for that special someone?

Tired of driving the same old luxury vehicle? Looking for an automobile that provides a little more excitement? Not scared of riding in something that lacks the advanced safety technologies found in modern cars? If you answered “yes” to all of these questions, then it’s your lucky day because Craigslist may have the perfect vehicle for you.

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Posted to Craigslist on December 18th, this jet powered go kart is powered by a Boeing 502-12 Gas Turbine engine and it reportedly provides more than 300 pounds of thrust.

The best news is the owner is willing to let it go for a cool $10,500.

Coming equipped with a seat, disc brakes, a steering wheel, frame, and four small wheels, there’s not much else featured on this one of a kind go kart.

Road and Track writer Kristen Lee joked in her article that including a life insurance policy with this bad boy’s Craigslist posting wouldn’t be such a bad idea.

In case you’re wondering what type of fuel this go-kart requires, you’ll be relieved to find out it takes diesel, so you won’t have to run out and acquire any jet fuel in order to power the vehicle.

Are you the type of person who is brave enough to ride in this custom go-kart?

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News Source: Craigslist via Road and Track

  • Samuel HuistEditor

    Samuel Huist is easily the tallest member (6-feet 5-inches) of the The News Wheel team. He enjoys listening to hip-hop music and loves watching NBA basketball. Sam is also a Dayton, Ohio native and doesn’t seem to mind that distinction as much anymore. His first car was a 1996 Ford Taurus he could barely fit in. Like many young folks, he seemed more concerned about the radio in his first car than actually doing the work to maintain an automobile, so sadly it’s no longer with us. See more articles by Samuel.