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Specs

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Engine
1-Cylinder
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Transmission
Manual
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Exterior
Yellow
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Interior
Black
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VIN
WN60601348

Description

1-Cylinder, 3.5 HP Briggs & Stratton Engine, Chain Drive ID No. WN60601348 While the intentions of the person who named this car might have been to imply that it was a motorized buggy, the final result was one that makes a person scratch their head and say why. In business for just a couple of years, the Bugmobile was headquartered in the Chicago, Illinois area, and despite its name em...

1-Cylinder, 3.5 HP Briggs & Stratton Engine, Chain Drive ID No. WN60601348 While the intentions of the person who named this car might have been to imply that it was a motorized buggy, the final result was one that makes a person scratch their head and say why. In business for just a couple of years, the Bugmobile was headquartered in the Chicago, Illinois area, and despite its name employed a number of advanced design features for the day. When this car was located the original horizontally opposed two-cylinder engine and final drive had been lost to the ages. Restored using locally fabricated gearing and axles and a 1980's era B&S engine. With solid rubber tires and employing a tiller steering system this car would be a delight for anyone to own, either to use as a parade vehicle or as a display car to promote a business or organization, this is one car that won't drive you "buggy". Please Note: Our research indicates that this vehicle may be a 1908 model year, however the title reads 1906.

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