If a friend told me that he had this totally bitchin' idea about transforming a Fiero into a Jeepesque dune buggy, I'd tell him that he needs to check the expiration date on his meds. But somehow this mid engined dune runner pulls off a great beach buggy vibe and actually looks cool. Cut fenders, roll tube bumpers, and gaudy wheels with too much offset are normally no-nos in the great book of acceptable automotive addendum, but they work on a dune buggy.
The seller includes a video of the little yellow custom doing things you'd expect it to do, like backing out of a driveway and cruising down the street. Back in the day you could build/buy something like a Meyers Manx and take it to some light off roading on the beach like you were in an Elvis movie, but I don't believe there is a single stretch of beach that allows you to hoon your custom in the US of A anymore -- having fun was a 20th century distraction, now replaced by facebook/instagram/tatoos&twitter.
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