Discussion in 'eBay and Craigslist' started by FinoCJ, Jun 6, 2019.
I like this for some reason...
I like the idea, but not this execution of it...
I dig it..
someone flagged ad
would have liked to see more of it
for the most part...what I can see in the Cap's posting is rad!
From the door line I suspect they did not add the cabriolet braces.
Though the concept is good, I question the execution on this one. As Howard points out, that door is seriously sagging, not a trait a bug is known for! Also, that cool little velocity stack frenched into the rear cowl looks neat, but it won't last long if this thing is driven. The bug engine/transaxle moves around quite a bit when driving, even with semi solid mounts.
The lack of a door handle tells me its nor finished yet.
69 bug volksrod
I still like it
wonder how he got that front beam so far forward
That thing looks a bit like a Plymouth Prowler
Speedway Motors sells a bolt-on kit that relocates the torsion beam.
If you like VW bug based customs, then you might find this interesting...
For Sale: 1967 Custom Dune Buggy in Henderson, Nevada
(on CL a few weeks ago -- crazy money)
I do love a good Manx.
Meyers Manx were cool back then and are still cool...
I kinda like a lowered streeter version:
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