By Jacob M 5229 Date 2018-03-26 18:18 Edited 2018-03-26 18:20
I am having quite a bit of trouble ID'ing this Dune Buggy I had recently picked up.
From using the Buggy ID page I can tell you that it is a classic style, flat fenders, flat tail with a lid cutout to allow greater access to the engine. The hood has a wide raised ridge in the center that runs from the windshield and then slopes down all the way to the end of the nose.
It has a Corvair engine in it with what looks like Corvair talilights and the corvair badge of course. There is a vin plate on the dash to a...well Corvair. I have not found any other tags on the body and was hoping someone might be able to identify this Dune Buggy.
Here are some photos:
By Lloyd B 2301 Date 2018-03-26 18:39
I will see if I can find something, you might also see if you can contact Glassbuggy on this site. He is on once in a while. Very knowledgeable on buggies. I hope you do realize that we have access to other pictures in your folder with the ones you Posted.
By Lloyd B 2301 Date 2018-03-26 19:09
Here is one that looks like yours in the front, the pictures are not great. BCBee
By Jacob M 5229 Date 2018-03-27 17:29
Hi Lloyd, I don't see the picture you are talking about.
By Lloyd B 2301 Date 2018-03-30 18:24
Look in the Buggy ID section Hit the letter B and it should be the eighth one down. That is all the info we have here. It does look like yours. They generally do not travel a long ways from where they are manufactured. So if you are within 600-800 miles, it is a good possibility it is a BCBee. We have a Member on this site, Glassbuggy who is good at this. He is also on the : https://www.thesamba.com/vw/ Probably on there more than here.
By Kellison Jim Date 2018-04-20 04:32
Agree with Lloyd, it looks like a BCBee (Battle Creek, Mi.) An old buggy buddy of mine had one.
By Evan M #82 Date 2018-04-20 11:34
Looks just like my first buggy, a BCBee. Mine had an oval sticker under the right rear of the body. Evan
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