Steering the solid rubber tires of the CSC or the soft pneumatic units of the adult version was a stamped steel tiller unit. Though the wheel is large, the rack ratio is an extremely quick 1/3 turn lock to lock, giving immediate response in countersteering situations. One common complaint of the Eshelman was that the clumsily located hand throttle was often inadvertently blipped on turn-in, sometimes resulting in a early-to-mid-corner push that was difficult of overcome without substantial trail braking via the scrubber paddles.
There are no engine shots but when you've seen one lawn-and-garden derived exotic car engine, you've seen them all. With up to 3.75hp available, it was not surprising that both rear wheels were driven via a speed-synchronizing jack shaft, a large improvement over the outgoing single-pegger models which were notoriously difficult to launch without massive tire flare-ups.
Matt, a self-proclaimed bottom-feeder of the classic car market, spends half of his time buying cars, half of his time retrieving them, and the remaining third on keeping them on the road.