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Ryan Lynx On His Go-Kart

Train Approaching a Distance Away

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I already have a posting of Ryan Lynx on his go-kart depicted as a drawing done by Ryan Lynx himself. That one has a text margin at the bottom, where this one does not. This one will be used as an in-text image in the next part of my story, Clarence Coyote and Project Courier.

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male 798,033, lynx 9,267, new mexico 198, year 1960 195, neighborhood 166, furclad 136, age 12 25, go kart 17
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Type: Picture/Pinup
Published: 9 months, 1 week ago
Rating: General

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TheMRCAGDL
9 months, 1 week ago
Cute!
moyomongoose
9 months, 1 week ago
Thanks...And thank you for the fave.
TheMRCAGDL
9 months, 1 week ago
You're welcome!
AspenAlabaster
9 months, 1 week ago
He's super cute, I'd love to try racing him on my bike and see if I could beat him to the park.  I thought that red thing that the wheel goes through sticking up between his legs was his penis, I bet you won't be able to un see that.  Or maybe is just me and my smutty mind.
GFHCDK76
9 months ago
" Or maybe is just me and my smutty mind.

Perhaps so. I didn't even notice it as that, not until you pointed it out as such.
nelson88
9 months, 1 week ago
Wow!So cute!^^
moyomongoose
9 months, 1 week ago
Thank you...And thanks for the faves.

Furry Version of Smiley Face by moyomongoose
nelson88
9 months, 1 week ago
My pleasure!^^
PFGFranklytheBreloom
9 months, 1 week ago
just to say it here. No problem
GFHCDK76
9 months ago
Reminds me of the times I use to ride the ones my uncle would make. He was good at making things like that out of scrap. There was both a small track and a sand trail my family and I would ride them on. Good Times. ^.^
moyomongoose
9 months ago
I had one shortly after we came to the U.S.

That was back in 1960. That was the year I turned age 6. It was a factory made go-kart, however not a very fast one. That was back in the day and time when go-karts were still pretty much a novelty.
It didn't have a drop frame most of them are built now days. It was like the one I depicted as Ryan Lynx's go-kart where the frame runs inline with the axles, thus putting the bottom of the go-kart higher off the ground..
We use to nick name it "the racing car".
There was one time my oldest sister ran it into the back door of the house.
GFHCDK76
9 months ago
Actually, the ones I used is a lot like the one depicted as Ryan Lynx's go-kart too. They where simple, but worked real good.

My uncle also knows how to tweak a motor, so his did run rather fast.
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