By Randy F 5294 Date 2018-07-09 01:18
A couple of years ago I picked up a old buggy in Daytona Fla. from a friend of mine. It was a really cool deal. Wheels, dash, hood and body all for $300. I was told by him that the buggy came out of Jacksonville Fla. in the mid 60s mad was called gtg something or another. I have surched the interweb and this site countless times trying to find my answer with no luck.
The body itself looks like a normal Manx knockoff but the hood and the inside rear section are unique. The hood has two wide scallops in the hood and there is a really weird storage area next to the battery box that I have never seen befor.
I'm going crazy looking for this buggy and I hope you guys could help me. Thanknks in advance.
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By Randy F 5294 Date 2018-07-10 13:58
I believe I may have found it my self. After further searching, it looks like it is a mini folks ( Hawk). Please feel free to back me up on this or give me additional info. It is widely know that people move to Fla to retire and I think that this might be the case since the buggy was manufactured in Mass.
By Jay H (X-20) (ManxVair CC) Date 2018-07-12 23:58
This is one of those models that is very close to others in my opinion. Can we get a shot of the dash on yours? Is the windshield square in the upper corners or curved?
By Randy F 5294 Date 2018-07-14 04:47
The dash was cut out and the windshield was missing.. I can't find any other models that have the spare wheel well. I know that this model came with many different hood options. I still can't find any hoods that look like mine. This is what I'm going off of.
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