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Sandbuggies built with one to four cylinder engines and race up a hilly course

-- Michael Rowe (, April 05, 2001


Well, which is it, Michael: Sand buggies or hill climbers? How about hill climbing sand buggies? Cool. I don't recall them ever doing hill climbers, per se. I wonder: Is Salisbury Hill a protected national monument?

-- Chip Haynes (, April 06, 2001.

I don't know but I ate a salsbury steak last night. (BURP!) Excuse me.

-- Joey Falgout (Broadcast Junkies) (, April 06, 2001.

That's a good one! Something that requires thought, expertise, full throttle and great big brass...

-- Dan Denney (, April 06, 2001.

Hill climbers have been suggested on several threads here. Who knows? Maybe someone will see these posts and think it's a good idea for a show! Is there any hill climbing competition in the U.K. like there is in the U.S.?

-- Chip Haynes (, April 09, 2001.

The Jan 30 Episode was for Hill Climbers. I like the idea of a Front Drive engine/tranny mounted sideways mid chassis to run two axles.

-- Jonathan White (, January 31, 2002.

the trick to making a sand buggy is to have h.p. and balls mount a 350 chev onto a light but heavy duty frame and while youare at it take a ride over to iraq run over saddam and piss on his fucking corps.

-- ray morrison (, May 01, 2003.

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