Speedway front axle, but that doesn't mean it ain't a Jago. Pretty sure it isn't though. Suspension points are all wrong and I don't recall seeing one with that type front suicide tube. Looks like a Total Performance job to me, but I stand to be corrected.
Nope not Jago, the biggest giveaway is the scuttle on a Jago is much deeper to allow for swinging pedals. Certain chassis details are also incorrect, as Andy has pointed out, though obvioulsy these could all be laltered on an original Jago by now.
I think Andy's right on the chassis, and Kapri knows the body. The chassis looks a bit wide compared to the grille shell, and that looks like a Mustang steering box setup. Could have started life as a Jago and 'evolved' over time
I've had a Jago T,and this isn't one. The body looks like an Anderson Ind. from a lot of years ago,although the screen posts do look similar to a Jago.
I think Total Performance might be a good call as well.
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