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Introducing the new Ivanpah Pro Race Buggy

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It has been a year in the design and 4 months of building and we have finally finished up on 3 beautiful prototype buggies to unveil at the 2008 NABX event in Las Vegas. If all goes well these buggies will go into full production.

This new buggy is called the Ivanpah buggy named after the famous Ivanpah dry lake bed that hosts the annual NABX kite buggy event.

Construction is 100% stainless steel and built for all out speed, comfort and safety. We feel this is the best built full race production buggy on the market today. :rev_clockwork:

A special thanks goes out to Carlos (a.k.a. Popeye the Welder) for his inspiration and help with the overall concept and Buggy Bags from the U.K. for the seats, rail pads, splash guards and bags.

We will be showing this buggy all weekend at the NABX and letting anyone who wishes have a demo ride in them. If you are not able to make it to the event, I have included a couple pictures below. More to come for sure!

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man that thing is sweet... im getting my buggy all rebuilt for the sands as well ... soon it will be done

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Just another picture for all of ya. This was taken mid morning at the NABX event at the Ivanpah dry lake bed.

Feel free to contact me for details on the buggy if your interested.

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