By benita p 985 Date 2008-06-21 04:40 Edited 2009-02-16 22:01
Can anyone help me figure out what i just bought? My husband has his sand rail and I wanted one too but I don't know what it is. It is registured on a 1958 vw pan.
By Jay H (X-20) (ManxVair CC) Date 2008-06-21 09:49
click on "attach" at the bottom of your first post. You can upload an image AFTER you post text. It's a little confusing at first until you get the hang of it.
Hope this helps,
By Jay H (X-20) (ManxVair CC) Date 2009-01-30 03:13
This looks like a Safari clone with a cowl bump for gauges.
By Marilee Date 2009-02-05 22:24
This is the same fiberglas mold as our X-files listing for 4-5-2008. It has the same off-set hood, and same flat tail for tail-lights. Your tail light bezels look like ours as well (produced by Yankee back east). We've since learned that it's most likely a body produced by Welch Fun Cars in the Salt Lake Valley, Utah. (Murray City). Since we have 2 buggies now with the same body--how about adding a category? The difference between our two buggies seems to be the dashboard.
Where did you purchase your buggy Ma'am?
By Jay H (X-20) (ManxVair CC) Date 2009-02-06 16:33
Here is the post by Marilee with her blue buggy: http://www.dunebuggyarchives.com/forum/topic_show.pl?tid=1105;pid=9904;msg=ReplyPost#pid9904
By John S 2 Date 2009-03-26 05:19
I would like to hear more on what documentation or information you have that this body style might be a Welch Fun Car body?
John Shepard the DBA DuneBuggyArchives.com
By Marilee Date 2011-03-11 06:00
Jay/John, have you come across any other dunebuggies with the offset hood tach bump in the past year or so? Key characteristics include the flat back end and Yankee lights.
By Jay H (X-20) (ManxVair CC) Date 2011-03-11 18:33
I haven't seen any others besides yours and Benita's. John was wondering how you heard or knew that yours may be a Welch Fun Car. Any info on how you heard that or read that?
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