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Wow! :lol: I like it when gets stuck like 3 times in a row going up the snow bank. If it has issues with that, what is the purpose of this car? :lol:

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I dont think that was THIS big... here is another angle.

They had a GIGANTIC red wagon too... the "Radical Flyer" I can't find that picture.



It also didn't have a engine in it.

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here is a stock photo of it... pretty gnarly to see these cruising the pits at a drag race

(this is pretty different than the one I saw... just close)

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i saw one a few years ago that was 10 times better i just cant find a picture of it to save my life.

actually had an air tank and battery to power it all. was bad ass. was in a paper bag so it was sick!


I used to be into air bag suspension...

been awhile...

DSCN1204.jpg that is how it layed out!


ride height

I miss her :)

I did a lot more work after that picture but i dunno where they are at

This was suppose to be the finished product


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