Discussion in 'The Garage' started by LKJR, Aug 23, 2002.
if it met the standard requirments and had a windshield
Says, "forbidden." /forums/images/icons/frown.gif
Try this link bottom left
it would be a homebuilt vehicle
just like a kit car or whatever
/forums/images/icons/grin.gif That would be very legal /forums/images/icons/smirk.gif . Amazing what kind of people show up for an event with 4-wheel drive vehicles. <font color="red">GOD BLESS AMERICA!!!!!! </font color> /forums/images/icons/cool.gif
Register it just like a dune buggy. but i wouldnt bother with a windshield because you would be required to have wipers.
could i do this with the blazer? its gonna have headers comin out of the hood and most likely no mufflers, just curious or should i try to avoid cops?
well try going 65+ with no windshield.....wouldn't be hard to build one and use ajeep or landcruiser windshield that has the wipers on top. or just use the motor setup
avoiding cops is always a good idea
Who cares if it's legal. If you had any of those girls ridin with you you could get away with anything /forums/images/icons/wink.gif /forums/images/icons/shocked.gif /forums/images/icons/grin.gif
Now where exactly in Texas was this?
damn that would be sweet to see one of those in person. i wanna do somethin like that but that will be long from now. i just need to get mine runnin right now cuss it sux not drivin the thing. but newayz i think if ya wanna do that and be street legal build around the laws. best way to do it. good luck. later.
Do you think J.C. whitney sells that hood ornament with the cowboy hat? Who cares if you can't see the road! When we were in Colorado I saw a red rig that looked just like that with Texas plates parked in a hotel parking lot. He even had cats under it. I guess if you had everything the insp. man checks for then you should be good to go. I've been told there's a law about how far the tire can stick out of the fender but never heard of that enforced.
Here is a link that i included to a post of yours on the Texas legality issue back in June/July. This is the "official" listing of all things included in the Texas DOT safety inspections.
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