This Rail Buggy was specially constructed in 1982 and is titled as
a Custom. The frame is a Chenoweth that was recently sanded and
repainted along with the body. It is powered by a mildly built 1915
cc Volkswagen engine with 4 speed Volkswagen swing axle
transmission. The wiring was redone and a bluetooth speaker system
was added. This Rail Buggy runs and drives well and attracts a lot
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