This is actually Stratton’s buggy. I tested it out last night. Without him. I quite like the stripped down look you know it? And I did get a thumbs up from a dude in a pickup as I was heading down 89 in Willard so that’s good. Wouldn’t you give a thumbs up to whoever was driving this rig?
BTW, this thing towed beautifully behind the neon. It cruised comfortably at 80 MPH. It’s amazing how much difference a 2-400 lb trailer makes when you’re driving a neon. I really like this buggy. I want one! I miss my old buggy. Kind of. That one was a lot of work due to the manner in which I drove it. I really beat the peepee out of it so it required a lot of fixing. It was a lot of fun though.
This buggy did just fine as far as ground clearance and stuff but it was a little weak on having enough traction to climb hills. Might have something to do with how the torsion tubes stick out too far so you can’t put very big tires on the back where you need em. But it still went over stuff like this just fine. You think you’re gonna hit rocks underneath but you never do. Well, not never.