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MAKES THE TRAILS LOOK EASY
A dune-buggy with the weight of a freight train and the speed of a jet, tears arse through San Fierro in it's own unique style.
my friend and i, drunk, decided to tie a buggy to the back of my gf's Z-17. well we crashed and i have BAD scars....
Jeep buggy crawling out of a creek in Virginia
heres a horse and buggy i captured
That is absolutely dangerous sport ever.......
A soapbox car (also variously known as a soapbox cart, and especially in Australia, billy cart) is a motorless vehicle capable of holding a driver (usually a child) built for the purpose of racing or recreation. Propelled by gravity, soapbox cars can reach upwards of 50 km/h (30 miles per hour). Originally, soapbox cars were built from orange crates and rollerskate wheels, but have grown more sophisticated over time, with materials like aluminum and fiberglass being utilized.In the United Kingdom a soapbox car is called a buggy, trolley, cart or cartie. It is also sometimes called a go-kart, although that more usually refers to a similar vehicle with a motor. In Scotland they are described as a bogie.
The Buggies-n-Blues Classic Car Show held in Mandan, ND June 2007.
Driving with the X3 to St. Peter Ortding to kite buggying there.