By arctic_canoe Date 2017-07-24 07:40
I just traded a vintage tractor for this little oddball.
I need help identifying her.
This is what I know so far, I acquired it from as guy in Grand Prairie Alberta Canada (not the original owner).
Okay you know everything I know lol. I'll make a list of the features this buggy has.
Both the roll bar and the windshield frame are constructed from 2" square tubing both strong and heavy.
Both the roll bar and the windshield are fastened to square tubing that runs along the edge of the floor pan.
The dashboard looks to be bonded to the hood the windshield frame passes between the hood and the dash.
The head lights are 5.75" are moulded into the fenders.
There looks to be no channels for wiring to run from the front to back.
Thanks again for any and all imput
By arctic_canoe Date 2017-07-24 07:54
Yeah I know a lot of pictures, but one last one.
This is the only headlight bucket I got with it does anyone recognize it?
By Lloyd B 2301 Date 2017-07-24 16:32
By arctic_canoe Date 2017-07-26 05:23
Yes what I thought, the X0052. I was hoping that someone had a little more information than the 3 pictures in the database.
By Lloyd B 2301 Date 2017-07-26 13:04
Maybe a "google" search to see who might have built buggies in the Alberta area as was suggested in answer to your introduction post.
By ManxBug Date 2017-07-27 03:25 Edited 2017-07-27 03:30
Here are more, all in Alberta.
One of the drivers for Auto Rescue Towing in Edmonton had/has a yellow one too.
By arctic_canoe Date 2017-07-27 04:31
Odd thing is I've been Googleing like a madman since I started dealing on this buggy and I turned up nothing more than the little bit here.
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