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Old 06-14-2010, 08:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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FS: 2005 Badlands Wasp, NY $22,500

sorry for posting FS here, but the only thing i can think is that no one from the NE checks the for sale section on Pirate... this should have been gone a long time ago.




35 spline chromo Dynatrac Pro-Rock 60's (5.38 gears, detroits)
(this pair of axles alone is around $13,000 retail new.)
Twin stick Atlas
Brand new GM Performance approx 380Hp 4 bolt 350 with Howell injection, 327 corvette grind cam
TH400
low stall converter matched perfectly to the engine's cam.
New 39" krawler reds on Allied Bead locks with only 1/2 a season of rec wheeling on them.
2005 Badlands Wasp chassis (proven winning chassis design)
fully Line-x'd... very professionally done interior.
Built by the Smoky Mtn Offroad Center.
2 seat chassis, set up as LHD single seat. a second Corbeau suspension seat could be added with a little work.
110" wheelbase
no bent tubing, rolled only once... a little rock rash on the roof as can be seen in the pics.


We-Rock Unlimited Class spec legal...


more pictures can be found here: Wasp , and by digging around that site if you are so inclined.

video can be found on youtube by searching for "Rok-Freekz" or "Rok-Park".

will deliver in New England, NY, PA general area.
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Old 06-14-2010, 05:19 PM   #2 (permalink)
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getting a new one with a higher belly so you can run the Taint?
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Need more money for building a TimberPeg post and beam house at Rok-Park, if you must know Mikey.

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Old 06-16-2010, 12:39 PM   #4 (permalink)
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hmm, buy this or the brand new Moon Buggy
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hmm, buy this or the brand new Moon Buggy
i'm not a fan of Moon Buggies myself.
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i'm not a fan of Moon Buggies myself.
Forgot to add...

$18,000 without the Prorock 60's

$17k without the Prorocks and Atlas.

$16k without above and the beadlocks and 39" reds.
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Old 06-17-2010, 05:21 PM   #7 (permalink)
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i'm not a fan of Moon Buggies myself.
Tim Cameron's Moon Buggy isn't exactly a "moon buggy"
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that's short a drive train in the fine print if you look closely.

that's a sweet rig but i imagine it's pretty heavy... at least it looks heavy, and doesn't look like it would be very good for competative rock sports. But I say if that's what you want, stop talking about it and plop down your cash. It's a buyer's market. Money talks bullshit walks.
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$21,995

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