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Can you build a working golf cart in 2 days?

-- Mike (, April 03, 2001


Mike, I think any of these JYW teams could build a working golf cart in two days- I f t h e y w o r k R E A L s l o w .

-- Chip Haynes (, April 04, 2001.

Do we have to be able to golf?

-- Dan Denney (, April 04, 2001.

Maybe this isn't such a bad idea, it just needs to be phrased better: A self-propelled device capable of hauling all four team members and four bags of golf clubs (plus their drinks) around a windy three mile (18 hole) course- All without damaging the pressure-sensitive (expensive) turf. The challenge is to build an environmentally low-impact vehicle capable of hauling some serious tonnage over a respectable distance without leaving great big deep tracks in its wake. Now that's a worthy challenge!

-- Chip Haynes (, April 04, 2001.

Did it, it was human powered, all- terrain, amphibous and did not leave any tracks on the greens with ATV tires. Not only did we play 18 holes with it but we peddled it through a 7 mile sand trap, 2 miles of Humboldt Bay, a river and a huge mud bog. It weighed 400 lbs.

-- Ken (Beetle) Art Attack (, April 04, 2001.

I am beyond coherent response after that, Ken. Art Attack are as gods to me. Just one question: Will (has) Art Attack produce a book cataloging your wonderful inventions?

-- Chip Haynes (, April 04, 2001.

You might not have seen this site, check out the video stills. Some more of our Kinetic Sculptures in a documentry called "It'll Have Blinking Eyes and a Moving Mouth".

-- June Moxon & Ken Beidleman/Art Attack (, April 05, 2001.

OH GOOD LORD- I want, I want, I want!!! That was an incredible web site, folks. I'm torn between the giant rolling dinosaur skeleton and the simple UFO. Most amazing! Thank you!

-- Chip Haynes (, April 05, 2001.

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