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Old 03-23-2012, 10:38 PM   #1
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1997 ford 4x4 explorer open roadster dune buggy mud toy assembled street legal title


Roll, cut off body, tube, and it a now a buggy

I wonder why the alloy wheels change in the pics

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Hm, a '97 with 52,000 miles? Says the hack job was done in 2003...must be some interesting story behind that if it was never really driven much.

Good idea for when body work is too much to handle, though. Rather have the Explorer wheels. Not bad for $2,995, but I've seen NICE Explorers for $1,000 so I'd have to pass.

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