1969 Replica/Kit Makes Dune Buggy - VW - Manx Clone

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For auction is a stunning lime green Dune buggy. Manx clone body style, solid tube chassis, high performance JCS engine, and 4 wheel disc brakes. This bug draws lots of attention. Built as a modern interpretation of a classic style dune buggy to a high specification from new and reconditioned parts. We bought this bug in 2005 as a fully reconditioned rolling chassis and a box of parts and we had it on the road in 2007. It has done just over 5,000 miles since then. In 2008 it was upgraded to a fully rebuilt turn-key JCS performance engine to give it great highway cruising capability. The oil cooler was included to provide worry free-driving in hot down-town Charleston SC traffic. It has not been used off-road. It draws smiles and attention from many people, from kids, hot girls and the rich and famous alike. Features: Chassis - rock solid tube chassis, not sure who supplied it but it's professionally made and has a fiberglass floor pan Running gear - independent rear suspension, 4 wheel disc brakes Body - solid Manx clone, lovingly prepared and professionally sprayed with stunning pearl green (2006 Dodge Challenger Daytona Sublime Green) Engine - JCS 1914cc twin carb performance turn-key engine ($3,249 list) with oil cooler and ceramic coated exhaust, full spec includes: * Late Model Dual Oil Pressure Relief Case * New Fan Shroud & Sheet Metal * Big Valve 041 Heads * New EMPI Dual 40 mm Carbs * New Piston & Liners * New Generator * Rebuilt Crank, Rods & Flywheel * New 009 Distributor * JCS 110 Cam * New Bosch Blue Coil * New HD 30mm Gear Oil Pump * 8 Dowel Crank & Flywheel * Heavy Duty Swivel Adjusters * Hi Carbon Steel Pushrods * Wider (23%) Cooling Fan * More efficient 'Dog House' style Fan Shroud Housing Aluminum oil cooler

Other features: Convertible soft top stows under rear seat so it's always available Fold down ridged perspex rear window Simpson 4-point seat belts VDO gages (all new) Sony X-Plode CD player and 4 speaker stereo Storage areas in side pods Aviation style fuel filler Lots of stainless steel bolts and screws There is an electric fan on the oil cooler but it's not connected up yet New also within the past 2 years - battery and clutch Registered as a 1969 beetle convertible in South Carolina I am also including a tow-bar that attaches to the front of the buggy so you can tow it back when you come to collect it. Bad points: Small spot of cracked filler near wind shield - see photo Light pitting on head light chrome - see photo Squeaks when goes over some bumps - happened after being stored for 4 months No emergency brake Fuel sender (VW) does not go to bottom of tank - needs adjusting Roof has a broken piece of ABS (still works OK) - needs to be replaced with steel Some cowl shake around 50 mph



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