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Old 06-09-2009, 07:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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2 seater rock buggy.350 with tbi, turbo 350 trans. alum radiator and tranny cooler. 4 to 1 2-speed atlas t-case. 14" coil-overs front and rear.full hydro streering with psc ram.high pinion dana 60 front with 4.10 gears and a detroit, yukon axles and drive flanges. rear dana 60 with 4.10 spool. 17" allied rockathons and 39" red label crawlers. Crane diff covers front and rear more info and pics e-mail me blackbirddog11@aol.com or call me at 541-914-3078 $16000 obo
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Old 06-09-2009, 10:14 AM   #2 (permalink)
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damn wrong coast.


any more pics?
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Damn, right coast, wrong time! Sweet deal! nice clown horn
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Old 06-09-2009, 10:40 AM   #4 (permalink)
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what's the wheelbase, weight, gas tank size?? any more info would be helpful, plus better pictures.
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what's the wheelbase, weight, gas tank size?? any more info would be helpful, plus better pictures.
X2 and are you interested in any trades?
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Old 06-09-2009, 12:29 PM   #6 (permalink)
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comp rig or trailrider, I am 6'2" 200 lbs, would I fit? Width, wheelbase, etc.
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the gas tank is 16 gallons, wheel base is 106", the height is 73", the width is 85". feel free to call me if you have anymore questions at 541-914-3078 or you can email me and i will get back to you that way. thanks for looking
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any seats besides those kirkys fit in it?


damn I wish that thing was closer.
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Old 06-09-2009, 07:48 PM   #9 (permalink)
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sorry those are the only seats that we have. If you have any other questions please feel free to ask. Thanks for looking.
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Old 06-09-2009, 09:24 PM   #10 (permalink)
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sale pending.thanks for looking
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Old 06-13-2009, 02:23 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Buyer backed out. Buggy still for sale. Thanks for looking.
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Old 06-14-2009, 03:15 PM   #12 (permalink)
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I just drove 1014 miles today and used 230.00 worth of fuel. Not to mention a total waste of a day and I came home with an empty trailer. If anyone is going to drive a substantial distance to have a look at it this rig for this price, just stay home. If the price came down to 9000.00 then it maybe worth a look. But seeing what I saw today I wouldn't even buy it for that. I feel he totally misrepresented this rig.

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Add up the parts and it goes way beyond his asking price. If you don't like how they're put together, then you can change em, or walk away. Sometimes you have to take a chance to get a great deal. Maybe you should just start with a pile of tube and see how much it costs you when you have to buy all the little things as well as the major components.
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I just drove 1014 miles today and used 230.00 worth of fuel. Not to mention a total waste of a day and I came home with an empty trailer. If anyone is going to drive a substantial distance to have a look at it this rig for this price, just stay home. If the price came down to 9000.00 then it maybe worth a look. But seeing what I saw today I wouldn't even buy it for that. I feel he totally misrepresented this rig.

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A waste of time what did you think you where going to get, it looks just like the pics! I know this buggy it works great its been to hammers a ton of times been all over moab and rubicon more times than I could count as well as to the local rocks and dunes!!!!! Its a good deal for someone looking to get a cheap buggy. Ya its a little scratched up what what "BUGGY" IS NOT! I just dont see where they misrepresented!? Please do tell how. It is what they listed and how the pics show if anyone wants me go drive across town and take my own pics of it and post them up so they feel more comfortable before they come to look at this buggy I will. I just dont see how you can get on here and try to flame them for misrepresenting. When they didnt !
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Old 06-14-2009, 08:30 PM   #14 (permalink)
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I just drove 1014 miles today and used 230.00 worth of fuel. Not to mention a total waste of a day and I came home with an empty trailer. If anyone is going to drive a substantial distance to have a look at it this rig for this price, just stay home. If the price came down to 9000.00 then it maybe worth a look. But seeing what I saw today I wouldn't even buy it for that. I feel he totally misrepresented this rig.

Thanks for wasting my time and money.
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YOU GOTS TO BE KIIIIIIIDING ME!!!!!!!! Was the rock rash on the slidders or the belly pan to much for you????? This is a used rock buggy that means its been used on the rocks.... I have seen this buggy go up the waterfall on upper hellderado @ moab, the little sluce box @ rubicon ,and personally took it up backdoor @ hammers on saturday night after tinbenders. SO misrepresented? what are you looking for? This is a very well setup rig that will hold up to some serious use.
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I guess you have nothing to say but to take your post off how can you trash someones sale post with your lies.
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WOW, what a fuckin dick.. it looks good to me, if he wanted more info before driving there I'm sure the owner would have been more than happy to snap some more photos.. I hate assholes like that guy Jason who stir shit just to do it.. obviously he has never built a rig himself and realizes the $$$ involved, and labor.

Nice ride wish I had the cash I would ""WASTE " my money to come see it..good luck w/ the sale
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btt with out the drama for a great deal on a buggy
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Old 06-15-2009, 06:17 PM   #18 (permalink)
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it is a all around good buggy goes everywhere we want it to. we are interested in a trade for a TJ and some cash.
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BTT for a sweet buggy at a good price. Good talking to you on the phone. If only we were closer that thing would be in my garage. Good luck with the sale.
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Can you clarify "4 to 1 2-speed atlas t-case"

Is it a 3.8 or a 4.3 Atlas, as Advance Adapter does not make a 4:1.
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i would love to see more pics too.

and scratches are cool. did "Jason" ever drive the buggy?
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can you clarify "4 to 1 2-speed atlas t-case"

is it a 3.8 or a 4.3 atlas, as advance adapter does not make a 4:1.
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jason drives it whenever he wants too.
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Old 07-02-2009, 03:50 PM   #24 (permalink)
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No don't off it ... I wish I would
of known you wanted to sale it when we u took jj out at koh!! Best of luck on the sale and bump for a rig that gets it!!!
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