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    Re: Protodie- XTC buggy, chop, cut ,rebuild
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    Millenium Member Martinm210's Avatar
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    Wow, nice rebuild....missed this one and what a transformation!
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    Thanks

    We designed and manufacture the engine cradles,,,and all the parts

    Live axle engine cradle & engine cradle for the RPM reverse gear box are available

    width outside of tires ends up 64-68" wide depending on wheels

    parts are available here
    www.protodie.com

    here are some complete assembled pics








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    geez... i missed this one too. fantastic job Jody!
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    Very nice products! Thank you for the pics, gives me a better idea of size now.
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    Nice build. Im hoping to do very similar to mine here soon.
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    Protodie Master and Vendor ProtoDie's Avatar
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    so I had to dig deep to find this old thread.


    I did a major overhaul on this XTC buggy 5 years ago and customer was going to finish it himself.

    5 years later,,, he brings it back same as it left my shop.
    now we get to finish it , powder coat , body , spoiler,,,,make it bad azz

    I see most of the pic links are dead now, so I will re post the transformation























    These were 5 years ago,,,,,,, now pics from the past week,,, phone pics, some are blurry













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    Now this is the kind of thread resurrection I like, Jody! Can't wait to see it run. Did the customer do the bodywork? He made it his own, if so.
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    Ahhh, he brought it back! Well. I guess he took it to the right place. Looks really cool too. I like the chassis angles, it looks fast just sitting there.

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