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06-08-2012, 04:15 PM
I dont think I was being negative?

I'm glad he left!

That thing is a pile of crap and will be a miserable failure!

Damn that looks like thick stuff!Is the megalondon a pro truck?

How much will it weigh roughly?

06-08-2012, 10:00 PM
How much of that buggy do you have built Stomper? :p

If he's not around because he's waiting for the CEMA show, I think he's making a big mistake....

it's all done you can see it in the tube rack on the first picture of post #35 of the link below. I am going for the streamlined effect.

06-08-2012, 10:03 PM
It was in the March/April Sand Sports magazine......

I don't usually get the magazine, but was up there looking for the current issue (I have a rail featured this month) and was flipping through last months issue they still had on the stand and saw it.......

Yeah I have that issue and seen it in there also, but its a computer generated drawing not an actual picture. Last I talked to him they were testing it out in Alberta.

06-18-2012, 07:22 PM
Some recent pictures just poped up on facebook, unfortunatley not a video but oh well. Check em out!


06-24-2012, 09:54 PM
Megalodon - Bruderhiem, Alberta - YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g1nJ9GTYZsw&feature=plcp)

06-24-2012, 10:09 PM
Would be nice to see a video of the whole buggy rippin through the sand.

06-25-2012, 01:05 AM
Thanks again everyone for following this thread on the MEGALODON project build!

The response has been overwhelming this past year. You don't know how much we appreciate it, really. The good, bad & the ugly. Everyone's comments & input over the past year or so has really driven us to build an awesome vehicle. Thank you. People like yourselves, the members of minibuggy.net (& even the watchers from the sidelines who don't comment) literally drive me personally & the staff within badlandbuggy.com to dream even bigger.

We started out as a one man show, myself, Bruce, back in 2001. And, for the most part, I'm still the visionary for the company, but it's the people we work with on a daily basis, the craftsman, the tradesmen, the journeymen, the machinists & the honest, hard working folks we talk to & work with, side by side everyday, that continually drives us, as a company to do better, every single day.

It's been the talents of many who have made Project: MEGALODON a true success. And a huge thank you to our major sponsors: RADLFO Suspension Technology (Glenn, the suspension guru), sandparts.com (Anthony, best parts guy in the USA, 'nuff said) & Karma Machining (Darryl & Dave, the machining nerds who know how to get it done). My business associate, Wes, the grumpiest, most talented journeyman welder & business owner I know. And the dozens of others who have jumped in to help, grabbed a corona or two with us along the way, that have helped us more than you'll ever know.

There's lots more in store for MEGALODON & Badland Buggy. We're already planning the next three projects.

Continue to join us for updates on MEGALODON & everything else happening at badlandbuggy.com on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/badlandbuggy

Subscribe to our youtube channel (it's free) at badlandbuggy - YouTube (http://www.youtube.com/badlandbuggy) for more videos of MEGALODON coming soon

Or if you can actually get off the internet & feel like speaking to a real live person about buggies sometime, give us a ring anytime at 1-780-298-1098 (or e-mail us, I guess, at info@badlandbuggy.com), lol



06-27-2012, 11:38 PM
All's well that ends Swell, but it not over yet. We will tune in for the next chapter, coming soon!!

01-14-2015, 08:50 PM
Any more update to this buggy.