1969 DEAN Jeffries Kyote Dune Buggie

Winning bid: US $2,175

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Ebay Description:

This is a rare find: A Dean Jeffries Kyote Dune Buggie.

Runs very good, 1600 duel port engine, weber 2 bbl carb.
Has had a lot of work done to it over the last few years while I have restored her to good working order.
It does still need the brakes and a big of wiring to be finished off, but those are the only two items remaining.

The fiber-glassed Dean Jeffires card is still in the car as he produced only about 500 of these. The body was produced fro 1968-1970. These are extremely hard to find. Contact me if you should have any questions. I normally will respond to questions within a 4-6 hour time frame unless it's a Tuesday, Friday or Saturday. I coach high school basketball and those days I may not be around a computer as often.

Buyer is responsible for all shipping and transportation costs. Winning bidder must have the funds to me with 36 hours of the auction's close. The car is for sale locally, so I reserve the right to end the auction at any time should it sell locally.

On Jan-05-11 at 21:35:33 PST, seller added the following information:

After some messages regarding this topic, I thought it best to add a footnote to the listing.

The brakes do not need much work at all. The car can be driven fine with them as is. I am stating they need some work though to have all four brakes in top shape. As most of you know the parts for these cars are cheap and easy to work with. It would not take long at all do touch up the whole car and have it running perfectly by any means. I just don't have the free time this part of the year with basketball in full swing.

Let me know if there are further questions and I will do my very best to answer them in detail and a timely fashion.

Thanks for reading and best of luck to you all.

On Jan-06-11 at 10:49:09 PST, seller added the following information:

In response to other questions. yes, she is turn-key ready now. The breaks and wiring are minor issues that I wanted to mention so no one would be caught off guard. Sorry for any mix-ups this may have provided.

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