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    Trying to locate my dad's buggy
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    Hello all!

    My father passed away in October 2004 and my stepmother sold his buggy, her and I don't talk so I have no way to find out where its at now. I really am trying to track this down so that it can be in my family. I dont have many details but i do have photos. Its a bunch of random things that he put together with his own hands. He built the frame himself (he was a welder) and spent most of my childhood working on this. It would mean a lot to me to be able to track it down.

    Last known whereabouts were in Norfolk Nebraska - it was listed on an ebay listing that someone had linked here but unfortunately the link is no longer in service.dad1.jpgdad2.jpgdad3.jpgdad4.jpg
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    Sorry, I haven't seen it. Nice looking buggy, however.
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    Very much hoping you find it. It's a close link to your father that means alot.

    If you ever feel like building your own buggy we would love to help where possible. Huge amount of knowledge around this place.
    All dressed up and waiting for the beer to arrive.
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    Good luck!

    I remember seeing that on here many years ago.

    Looks like he was copying the Briggs Built chassis for sure.

    Looks like he did a great job, I hope you find it.
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    did you use a special bigfoot camera or something ,you know all blurry could be a tree stump kinda thing .
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyg View Post
    Very much hoping you find it. It's a close link to your father that means alot.

    If you ever feel like building your own buggy we would love to help where possible. Huge amount of knowledge around this place.
    Although I really do appreciate the offer, the only interest i have in it is in my dad's buggy to reconnect with his memory and be able to own something of his. His wife got all of his worldly possessions.
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    Looks like a nice ride. You might try to post about it on the minibuggy.net Facebook group, many peeps there. Good luck!
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