Brian, just curious....are the pics of the enduro you were trying to ID a while back? If so, they are different brands of similar names. What you had sent me pics of was a Kobra twin as can be seen of the '73 Buyers Guide on Lostenduros.com and the same brand I raced for many years (one of which I still have). The King Cobra is an entirely different kart as made by Sparbaro and not Mr. T Enterprises who made the Kobra. I quite honestly have not physically seen a King Cobra, just pics of it in an early Buyer's Guide. I'm thinking a Buyer's Guide pre '73 by a year or so because '73 was about the time we bought the Kobra twin along with 2 Kobra single enduros as well from Diz at Comet Kart Sales. The King Cobra was quite a bit more "stylish" than most any enduro kart in it's day. -Alan-
The Kart that I drove at riverside in 75 or 76 is a King Cobra that Alan is Describing, I went to Bob Sabarbro shop in Walnut Creek Cal. and put togrther 2 Karts, 1 for my team mate who I bought mine from, his kart was anodized black and red. The 2nd kart was a dual that went to texas and it was anodized aqua, that dual kart was on the front cover of Karter News shortly after it was delivered . My kart and team mates were singles and raced in B-Limited with BM130s built by Mike Colver very fast karts Mine was stolen shortly after I got back from Riverside, got it back in 96 currently getting ready to restore it. If I can answer any Question for you Michal would be happy to.