Dune buggy wheelie and driving it

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Walk around of my street legal dune buggy sand rail for sale. Video shows a cold start, warm start and driving of my dune buggy. 2.3 bored to a 2.5 2500cc stroker motor out of a early 80’s mustang SVO. Made it a pretty fast dune buggy! Front A arm long arm suspension on a long back frame. New brake master cylinder, new brake calipers, new brake rotors. Nice wheelies in this video as well.

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Mr. Blank says:

Imagine a 632 big block on it

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Mark Heberling says:

40+yrs dude master mechanic and ya it's junk just because you have survived some dose not mean ok it hasn't killed me yet da you get that thing in the air for real and you will find out not bunny hops

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Mark Heberling says:

It needs to be thrown in the trash you take that thing off roading and it will kill someone

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Kenskater Skater says:

Street tuna!?

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Tim DeShazer says:

What brand of frame is that? Looking to build another buggy. I miss my Chenowth.

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ThomasWells1000 says:

I have a sand rail with a Chevy 350 small block

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crimsoncreep26 says:

Bro take that shit to hoonigans donut garage do the first/best wheelie there!!!

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Mr Bubble says:

That's awesome! That wheelie was sick too!

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knightz zoss says:

ΣxD sound like my truck motor same 2.5l "was boiler out" i hear it i like yup same motor and great work about vehicle and i laughed hard when he pop wheeles ΣxD my motor got 158hp and 224ft pf tore every time i get up and go my right side wheel goes up off ground

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Tyler powell says:

I've never seen someone look upset about a wheelie.. haha

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Coherant bliss says:

heck anyone can do a wheely with all the weight out back…

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Nicholas Kominski says:

Blue smoke is oil. Black is oil. White is coolent. If say you have either the rings or valve guides are toast

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Rich Wood says:

You were ashamed to say Pinto engine?
SVO was turbo was it not?

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tj Hofheins says:

That was cool

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Chris Moltisanti says:

I'm almost sure that that does not qualify as having power.

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Roy Nelson says:

That thing is badass man that's a really cool setup you got there plenty of power and it looks badass

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Tom Phillips says:

We're Is the turbo if it's a svo

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High Diamond says:

I'd make it street legal and daily drive it. I'm in the beginning process of building my own buggy

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Randall Bevington says:

this is how you exterminate VW dune buggies….Legally…..Just saying

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Scott Cyrus says:

i never thought about haveing one but now I do

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EVAN TZARAS says:

smoke. white=coolent Black=rich Blue=oil.
pretty sure its burning oil

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George MacLean says:

Engine is way too heavy to mount that far back and who on earth thought mounting the alternator to the chassis would work?

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justa4 banger says:

way too cool man!!!

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David In Mizzzery says:

hmm, there was one of these local to me for sale also that black car next door looks like an old car a buddy owned

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darrin goodbrand says:

Think you need a weight on the front to keep the front wheels down LOL

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darrin goodbrand says:

If I had the chance to build a sand rail / dune I would put in a smaller cc turbocharged or supper charger or even hayabusa engine tunned the buggys are really light compared to a little car

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Shawn Smith says:

What do ya want for it?

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XD40 Springfield says:

Had the same thing but with a turbo 4.6 from a Cadillac, it was scary fast pulls wheelies in third gear in the sand with bfgs!!

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Big Dog says:

Wild how it still sounds like a vw motor

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Jacob Sereres says:

That thing would be cool if it had a complete rebuild with a 3.0l or even an sr20 and someone that could actually drive one!

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