|08-06-2007 01:57 PM|
hmm i'm not sure...
but i reallyyyy wouldnt want to cut the frame up.. building a beach buggy and putting it in the shop wouldnt bother me..
I'd be using one that'd have to weld the mounts back on if i was using the body..
the body is fully unbolted.. no engine.. 3 pedals....
i have a whole one that runs.. not sure if the tranny works but its an autostick..
idk if making a dune buggy would be easier than my idea of lowering and ratting it...
|08-06-2007 01:19 PM|
|Holder350||also does your VW have the kingpin front end? and if so is it any good?|
|08-06-2007 01:10 PM|
This would be kinda stupid to do. The hole reason I would want a Dune buggy would be to make it bigger (us fat boys have trouble getting in to em)
However several successful buggy's have been made out of a chopped up chassis. It just takes lots of time and effort to do.
If it was me I would build a tube chassis. Just my .02 cents
|08-06-2007 12:56 PM|
VW Dune Buggy?
Anyone here built a VW Dune Buggy?
The idea came up the other day that i should take my chopped up VW and makea dune buggy?.. i'd really like to have it street legal and rain proof which would mean i'd have to make a baja instead of a dune buggy.. with the original body still on it..