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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by marv_springer, Dec 5, 2005.
LOL, I can imagine it would seem a bit scarier from that perspective
That's got to be a funny feeling...
The only thing I disliked about my '66 Econoline Van was that I was the first one there to every accident.
Just like going over the top on a roller coaster
No thanks. I like the bumper/engine etc in front. Where is your seatbelt?
hehe... that looks like fun though...
did you get that spacer in the mail?
For the passenger, I had a full harness..... For me, I only have a seatbelt. It may not be easily visible in the pic, but I assure you I was wearing it.
It is kinda funky goin' off of stuff sitting up there. But it's a small price to pay for the advantage of having all that visibility during climbs and boulder fields..... Hell, you can even "spot" yourself most of the time!
A bit scary!
I had a 63 VW bus,and my brother had a 67 ford econoline "pickup" van..riding in them could get scary!..I used to make girls scream and nearly wet their panties in my bus,by pulling right up to the edge of a pond,lake,or riverbank--it looked like we were going in the drink,when actually,the front tires were still on terra firma!...
The more I look at it the more I think marv didn't really build a kick ass buggy...
He introduced reverse gravity to the rock crawling world. Obviously brought on by therice rocked motor he runs. Conspiracy... I think so
Ha....! ..... well, eerrrr.... I hope this is a good thing!
Seriously..... The beetle has passed my expectations in every way in the rocks. ... I thought it would work well, but even I didn't think it would work this good!
It looks super cool. I would just want to be on the side with the Harness.
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